DCOracle Python DB-API interface
Digital Creations Oracle Interface
FOR ORACLE 8i AND ABOVE READ THIS
This product, DCOracle, is written using OCI 7 calls; it works with Oracle 7 and Oracle 8.0. However, maintenance on DCOracle has been discontinued in favor of the DCOracle2 product, which has been rewritten around OCI 8 calls.
DCOracle2 is available here.
FOR ORACLE 7 AND ORACLE 8.0
The DCOracle Python interface is described in the file DCOracle.txt.
The license for DCOracle can be found in LICENSE.txt.
The change history can be found in CHANGES.txt.
This file provides installation instructions.
DCOracle Installation Instructions
The first step is to build the extension modules used by DCOracle. See the README.txt in the source directory.
The DCOracle package is a Python package. To install it, simply
copy (or on Unix link) the
Note that, as with any Oracle application, you must have the usual Oracle run-time software installed and have the ORACLE_HOME environment variable set as described in the Oracle documentation.
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