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This module provides access to Microsoft SQL Servers from Python scripts. It's the most efficient method of accessing MS SQL Server's data from Python scripts. If you care about performance, you can give it a try.

Supports connecting to Microsoft SQL 2000 and SQL 2005 servers, all editions and service pack levels. Supports named instances and non-standard port numbers. Great performance: it uses MS SQL DB-Library for C instead of Win32 ODBC. Multiple Query/Multiple Result. Supports "almost all" of the DB-API 2.0.

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cython database db_api driver freetds linux macosx pep249 python python2 python3 sqlserver unicode windows

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Jan 16 2018 — Feb 15 2018

12 Month Summary

Feb 15 2017 — Feb 15 2018
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