Here is how to use Windows Authentication to connect to Microsoft SQL Server with SQLObject.
from sqlobject import connectionForURI # Replace hostname and db with your values. Notice SSPI in the URI. connection_string= 'mssql://hostname/db?sspi=1' # connect connection = connectionForURI(connection_string) # simple query x=connection.queryAll('select 1 as foo') # show the results of query (first row) x
The SQLObject documentation is frustratingly silent on the issue, so I had to discover the solution by reading the source. If the SSPI parameter is omitted, then SQLObject builds a connection string using SQL Server authentication. With the parameter, you get a SQL connection string like this:
Provider=SQLOLEDB;Data Source=hostname;Initial Catalog=db;Integrated Security=SSPI;Persist Security Info=False
By the way, if you are using Microsoft SQL Server Expression Edition, try adding ncli=1.
Also if you are getting an InterfaceError, make sure to install pywin32.
This was tested with Python 2.7.3, SQLObject 1.3.2, adodbapi 220.127.116.11, pywin32 build 218.