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Wrapper for working with Slate databases.

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# Slate DB
A Python wrapper for executing Slate Custom SQL in Python.

## Installation
You must first install the [ODBC Driver for SQL Server](

Then install via pip:
pip install git+

## Usage
The `` method returns a generator which will yield any records that match your `sql` query. By default, each record is returned as an AttrDict, enabling access via keys or via attributes:

>>> from slate_db import SlateDB
>>> db = SlateDB(server='',

# select all records with last name "Smith"
>>> sql = """select * from person where last = 'Smith'"""
>>> for record in
>>> print("Via attribute: {} <{}>".format(,
>>> print("Via key: {} <{}>".format(record['name'], record['email']])
# Via attribute: Smith, John <>
# Via key: Smith, John <>
# Via attribute: Smith, Granny <>
# Via key: Smith, Granny <>

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