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MySQL: Python, Meta-Programming, and Interceptors
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I recently found Todd's posts on interceptors which allow callbacks (called interceptors) to be registered with the connector so that you can intercept a statement execution, commit, or any of the many extension points supported by Connector/Java. This is a language feature that allow you to implement a number of new features without having to change the application code such as load-balancing policies, profiling queries or transactions, or debugging an application.

Since Python is a dynamic language, it is easy to add

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