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Error in register_composite python 3
Reported by Joshua Boshi | August 14th, 2012 @ 11:33 AM
I am running psycopg2 2.4.5 on python 3.2.2.
I found error in psycopg2.extras.register_composite which is probably caused because of usage of old formatting of SQL query string with percent sign. When I updated this code to use string's format method, everything worked properly.
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register_composite works for me.
psql (9.0.3, server 9.0.5) Type "help" for help. piro=> create type foo as (a integer, b integer); CREATE TYPE piro=> create table bar (b integer, c integer); CREATE TABLE
piro@bagheera:~/dev/psycopg2/build/lib.3.2$ python3.2 Python 3.2.2 (default, Sep 5 2011, 22:09:30) [GCC 4.6.1] on linux2 Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information. >>> import psycopg2 >>> cnn = psycopg2.connect('') >>> cur = cnn.cursor() >>> import psycopg2.extras >>> psycopg2.extras.register_composite('foo', cnn) <psycopg2.extras.CompositeCaster object at 0x86d4f0c> >>> cur.execute('select (10,20)::foo') >>> cur.fetchone() (foo(a=10, b=20),) >>> psycopg2.extras.register_composite('bar', cur) <psycopg2.extras.CompositeCaster object at 0x879b12c> >>> cur.execute('select (30,40)::bar') >>> cur.fetchone() (bar(b=30, c=40),)
Please check you are doing everything right. If so, please post a reproducible test case.
- State changed from new to hold
Joshua, no answer? I'm putting the ticket on hold as it works for me and I suspect you just didn't install psycopg correctly. If you can still reproduce the bug feel free to re-open it but provide a failing script. Thank you.
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