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Python + Apache Server + Oracle Rdb, is it possible?

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I was wondering if it is possible to create a web application with Python using an Apache Server and with an Oracle Rdb database as the back-end?

If yes, what do I need?

Thank you!

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This should be possible; however, I do not have personal experience with that. See the following:

Python database interfaces to Oracle -- http://wiki.python.org/moin/DatabaseInterfaces#head-e5dc88268bfe4a859872fa71c87ca769ec41ee6a

Then have a look at mod_python -- the module for the Apache -- http://www.modpython.org/ (last updated in January). There are also mailing lists related to the module. It is likely that someone there have experience with Oracle.

See also related Web programming in Python -- http://wiki.python.org/moin/WebProgramming
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Thank you very much for your input.
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