I have various html tables that I need to parse/access from my customers web-page, the data on it might vary across the tables (length of columns).
So, what I've done was to create a class for each table but this task became ridiculous, since there are a lot of tables that I need to parse with data varying.
Is there any way to implement DTOs in python other than creating a class for each data that I what to transfer?
class HoldItem(): @property def none1(self): return self @property def none2(self): return self @property def item(self): return self @property def plant(self): return self @property def location(self): return self @property def material(self): return self @none1.setter def none1(self, value): self.none1 = value
items =  for tds in trs: item = HoldItem() if (x == PROP_A): item.prop_a = tds.InnerText ... ... ... items.append(item) return items
for item in items: command.AddWithValue("@prop_a", item.prop_a)
Python is dynamic.
__set__ and store 'field values' in a dictionary internal to your class (instance).