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Changes between Version 8 and Version 9 of UsingSqlAlchemy


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02/15/06 16:53:34 (9 years ago)
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Karl Guertin
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  • UsingSqlAlchemy

    v8 v9  
    2020The disadvantage is that SQLAlchemy is more complex than SQLObject, requiring 
    2121separate table description, object declaration, and object mapping statements. 
    22 SQLAlchemy object properties retain their database name, while SQLObject provides 
    23 the styles package to allow name reformatting to suit your taste. 
     22SQLAlchemy object properties retain their database name (for better or worse) 
     23while SQLObject provides the styles package to allow name reformatting to suit 
     24your taste. You can override the naming on a per-attribute basis but not 
     25algorithmically. 
    2426 
    2527If you use SQLAlchemy, you will lose access to fastdata. This could be fixed