Here's what I'm currently doing to close the cursor and connection, then re-raise the error:
conn = MySQLdb.connect(user="username", passwd="secret", db="database", charset='utf8')
cur = conn.cursor()
cur.execute("INSERT INTO testTable (userid) VALUES(%s);" % id)
print "Insert Successful"
location = urllib.quote(self.location(), safe=":/")
location = self.location()
Just try using a URL with %20 with haufe.sharepoint to see what I'm talking about.
To figure this out, you're going to need logging. Turn on logging with the following:
import logging logging.basicConfig(level=logging.INFO) logging.getLogger('suds.client').setLevel(logging.DEBUG) logging.getLogger('suds.transport').setLevel(logging.DEBUG) logging.getLogger('suds.xsd.schema').setLevel(logging.DEBUG) logging.getLogger('suds.wsdl').setLevel(logging.DEBUG)
Like this article says, it's fixed in the dev version of pip.
These guides were helpful:
I was able to to the following, based on the post above:
- sudo apt-get install sysv-rc-conf
- sudo sysv-rc-conf
- mark the 6 column for mysqld or mysql.server (6 = reboot)
Note: I tried sudo update-rc.d mysql.server defaults and it didn't work. It gave me the following error: System start/stop links for /etc/init.d/mysql.server already exist.
Mozilla's new Fira font looks great. Looking forward to use it on some future projects.
That's the part of my query that was increasing the execution time by 10x.
I changed it to just `table`.`start` (without the IF statement) and the query was 10x faster.
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