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pypm install getpaid.report

How to install getpaid.report

  1. Download and install ActivePython
  2. Open Command Prompt
  3. Type pypm install getpaid.report
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version 0.1.1 on Jan 5th, 2011

This package contains report for getpaid.


0.1 (2008-12-31)
  • add buildout for testing, make new order serialization reentrant,

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switch default db connection to in sqlite in memory, db must be set by app consumer [kapilt] * Changed the lenght of some of the schema fields so they match more realistic expectations, also used unicode for some of the fields instead of string, beter unicode than string (go python 3000) [horacio.duran]

Detailed Documentation

a one way synchronization of getpaid data structures to a rdbms for the purpose of constructing reports.

setup the database schema

installing this getpaid.warehouse also creates a script, in a buildout its installed to $(buildout-directory)/bin/setup-report-db

the script is invoked with the sqlalchemy database url. for example, to setup a postgres database:

# createdb is the standard postgres tool for creating databases $ createdb getpaid $ ./bin/setup-report-db postgres://localhost/getpaid ... output of database creation script

setting up the zope database connection

you must configure the database url ... currently done in python from an existing product.

>> from getpaid.report import schema >> from sqlalchemy import create_engine

create a database connection to the database we're using

>> db = create_engine('postgres://localhost/getpaid')

bind it to the metadata

>> schema.metadata.bind = db


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Last updated Jan 5th, 2011

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