Here is another way if you use the dbi connector. I think there is something similar for the db2 one.
import ibm_db_dbi as db2
query = "select cusnum, lstnam as Last_Name, init, cdtlmt, qc.* from qiws.qcustcdt qc where cdtlmt > 100"
conn = db2.connect()
cur = conn.cursor()
for column_variable in cur.description:
column_name = column_variable
Last two lines are indented. if you run that, you will see that it pulls the renamed column as well as the generic columns selected with the *
On Sat, 2021-12-04 at 17:22 -0500, John Yeung wrote:
On Fri, Dec 3, 2021 at 6:47 PM Roger Harman <roger.harman@xxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:roger.harman@xxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
I'll be interested in seeing the Python solution with COLHDG() and formatting them as multi-line headers in Excel.
I'm swamped right now, but when I get a chance, I'll throw something
together for this. Though if someone else wants to take a stab at it
before I get around to it, by all means go ahead.
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