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Coraline Database Manager Package

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Coraline Database Manager Package

Now, only MSSQL and MySQL DB are supported

-How to use-

  1. Initial database object by specify host, username and password

    from coralinedb import MySQLDB

    sql_db = MySQLDB(host, username, password)

  2. Load a table or multiple tables

    new_table = sql_db.load_table(“database_name”, “table_name”)

    or

    table1, table2 = sql_db.load_tables(“database_name”, [“table_name1”, “table_name2”])

  3. Save a dataframe to a table

    sql_db.save_table(df, “database_name”, “table_name”)

  4. Get number of rows of a table

    n_rows = sql_db.get_count(“database_name”, “table_name”)

  5. Run other SQL statement on host (with or without database name)

    table = sql_db.query(“show databases;”)

    table = sql_db.query(“SELECT * FROM …”, “database_name”)

  6. Run store procedure on host (with or without database name)

    affected_row = db.call_procedure(“CALL store_procedure”) dataframe = db.call_procedure(“CALL store_procedure”, return_df=True)

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