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Hi,

I have a h2 database that i need to manipulate with python 2.7.

I saw in google that this is indirectly possible by setting up a postgre sql instance but i didn't understand what i should do after installing postgre server.

Any help?

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Is it H2 or PostgresSQL you are trying to connect to?
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It is h2
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Apparently Python doesn't have a H2 driver to be able to connect directly but there is a way to use Java ODBC driver from Python but you have to setup few things. Here is a module that will allow you to use a Java drive in order to connect to an H2 database. I have never used H@ but it is rare that Python doesn't have a module for a database product because if it did the way to work with it would be the same to any other db product.

https://pypi.python.org/pypi/JayDeBeApi/
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This might be useful if you choose Postgess:

https://statyili.wordpress.com/2010/02/27/in-memory-db-h2-and-python/
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I found a reference that say that the use the psycopg2 module in Python but then you have to setup the H2 to run in Psotgress mode:

https://pypi.python.org/pypi/psycopg2

You need to install that module in Python then setup H2 in postgress mode and then you should be able to connect to it.

http://queforum.com/postgresql/836561-postgresql-there-python-module-supports-h2-database-%5B-hold%5D.html
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