I am trying to connect to my pythonanywhere DB from a local python file, using the following code.
I have a project that worked on ubuntu 16.04 with python 3.6 but now we are trying to make it run on ubuntu 20.04 with same python version. I need to install all requirements on the venv and apparently its only mysqlclient==1.3.12 that fails.
SELECT * FROM table WHERE INVOICE_DATE …..(30 days have passed since today)….. example: today = 2021-11-05 2021-11-04 non select 2021-10-07 non select 2021-10-04 select 2021-09-27 select Answers: Thank you for visiting the Q&A section on Magenaut. Please note that all the answers may not help you solve the issue immediately. So please treat them as … Read more
I am trying to write an SQL query with an IF condition as follows –
I’m building a Django (ver. 3.0.5) app that uses
mysqlclient (ver. 2.0.3) as the DB backend. Additionally, I’ve written a Django command that runs a bot written using the python-telegram-bot API, so the mission of this bot is to run indefinitely, as it has to answer to commands anytime.
I do multiple requests to Mysqlsd and for specific users I get this error
I am getting an error while retrieving data of the last month using python. What is the best approach for the given piece of code?
I’m trying to make a simple tkinter program where there’s entries to put your username, email, and password and I am trying to make it check if there a username already exists and it gives me this error. I know there has been other questions about it on stackoverflow but those did not help me out.
I have multiple tables that are updated after a value is changed in a grid. These tables don’t always have the same keys or columns so I cannot explicitly name the columns or formats. The only thing that is ever the same, is the column where the keys reside. I know the way I am currently doing this is not correct and leaves me open to injection attacks.
The problem is this: When the command runs, it does not replace the data in the database. I looked at countless pages but found no solution to the problem. But it doesn’t give an error. Script: @app.route(‘/profil’, methods=[‘GET’, ‘POST’]) def profil(): if ‘loggedin’ in session: cursor = mysql.connection.cursor(MySQLdb.cursors.DictCursor) cursor.execute(‘SELECT * FROM users WHERE id = … Read more