3 Replies Latest reply: Nov 20, 2007 2:39 PM by 484861 RSS

    Oracle+Python News Nov'07

    484861
      Let me summarize briefly what has been happening around the O+P subject lately.

      1. There's a new column on OTN called "Mastering Oracle+Python" with first 3 episodes available:
      Part 1: Querying Best Practices
      http://www.oracle.com/technology/pub/articles/prez-python-queries.html

      Part 2: Working with Times and Dates
      http://www.oracle.com/technology/pub/articles/prez-python-timesanddates.html

      Part 3: Data Parsing
      http://www.oracle.com/technology/pub/articles/prez-python-dataparsing.html

      2. Python has it's own page at official Oracle Wiki
      http://wiki.oracle.com/page/Python

      3. cx_Oracle 4.3.3 has been released including support for Oracle 11g.
      Download at http://cx-oracle.sourceforge.net/

      More coming soon

      Przemek
        • 1. Re: Oracle+Python News Nov'07
          390020
          Great work. Congratulations Przemek.

          An article about dealing with ref cursor and in/out collections, maybe? It's not hard stuff but I'm sure people would appreciate some guidance on the subject.
          • 2. Re: Oracle+Python News Nov'07
            103122
            Great articles, Przemek! Thanks!

            Hope this isn't intrusive, but... did you know that your blog at prpi.blogspot.com is now "open to invited readers only"? (That's probably why I didn't know about your articles sooner!) Is there a way Oracle Pythonistas can get invites? I'd hate to lose access tot he stuff you've posted on there...

            Thanks!

            catherinedevlin.blogspot.com
            • 3. Re: Oracle+Python News Nov'07
              484861
              Thanks Catherine, I'm afraid due to excessive amount of work I'm out of blogging business for now and didn't want to keep a dead site online. The content has been copied by a lot of people as well as Google, try searching through the cache.

              All O+P content will end up on the OTN, this forum or Oracle Wiki. Keep watching the Scripting Language Technology Center. http://www.oracle.com/technology/tech/scripting-languages/index.html

              Przemek