[Twisted-Python] ADBAPI and individual rows
dave at krondo.com
Sat Aug 9 05:19:02 EDT 2003
On Fri, 2003-08-08 at 16:12, Edmund Dengler wrote:
> Digging a bit more into the DB side, and I wonder a bit about the API for
> adbapi. From what I can tell, the runQuery() will return a Deferred for
> the whole result set (which implies the result set is in memory). Is there
> a method or style for running a query in which each row will be passed
> back through a Deferred one at a time? (Basically, each cycle through
> reactor.run() would be returning a single row).
> What I am looking for is how to deal with a large result set without
> requiring the whole set be in memory. Should I be looking elsewhere within
> Twisted to do this?
You should look at runInteraction. That calls a user-specified
function with what is essentially a DB-API cursor in a separate
thread. You can do what you like with the cursor, including
fetching results one row at a time.
You might also look at the Flow module. I've never used it,
but I think it was designed to solve such problems.
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