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DBOEHMER JETEVE

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Kent Fredric ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿถ๐Ÿต๐Ÿ”ฅ
and 3 contributors

NAME

App::DH - Deploy your DBIx::Class Schema to DDL/Database via DBIx::Class::DeploymentHandler

VERSION

version 0.004001

SYNOPSIS

Basic usage:

    #!/usr/bin/env perl
    #
    # dh.pl

    use App::DH;
    App::DH->new_with_options->run;

--

        usage: dh.pl [-?cdfhIos] [long options...] (install|upgrade|write_ddl)
                -h -? --usage --help     Prints this usage information.
                -c --connection_name     either a valid DBI DSN or an alias
                                         configured by DBIx::Class::Schema::Config
                -f --force               forcefully replace existing DDLs. [DANGER]
                -s --schema              the class name of the schema to generate
                                         DDLs/deploy for
                -I --include             paths to load into @INC
                -o --script_dir          output path
                -d --database            database backends to generate DDLs for. See
                                         SQL::Translator::Producer::* for valid values

                commands:

                install                       install to the specified database connection
                upgrade                       upgrade the specified database connection
                write_ddl                     only write ddl files

If you don't like any of the defaults, you can subclass to override

    use App::DH;
    {
        package MyApp;
        use  Moose;
        extends 'App::DH';

        has '+connection_name' => ( default => sub { 'production' } );
        has '+schema'          => ( default => sub { 'MyApp::Schema' } );
        __PACKAGE__->meta->make_immutable;
    }
    MyApp->new_with_options->run;

DESCRIPTION

App::DH is a basic skeleton of a command line interface for the excellent DBIx::Class::DeploymentHandler, to make executing database deployment stages easier.

COMMANDS

write_ddl

Only generate ddls for deploy/upgrade

    dh.pl [...params] write_ddl

install

Install to connection "--connection_name"

    dh.pl [...params] install

upgrade

Upgrade connection "--connection_name"

    dh.pl [...params] upgrade

database_version

Report database_version of "--connection"

schema_version

Report schema_version of "--schema"

    dh.pl [...params] schema_version

PARAMETERS

--connection_name

    -c/--connection_name

Specify the connection details to use for deployment. Can be a name of a configuration in a DBIx::Class::Schema::Config configuration if the "--schema" uses it.

    --connection_name 'dbi:SQLite:/path/to/db'

    -cdevelopment

--force

Overwrite existing DDL files of the same version.

    -f/--force

--schema

    -s/--schema

The class name of the schema to load for DDL/Deployment

    -sMyProject::Schema
    --schema MyProject::Schema

--include

    -I/--include

Add a given library path to @INC prior to loading schema

    -I../lib
    --include ../lib

May be specified multiple times.

--script_dir

    -o/--script_dir

Specify where to write the per-backend DDL's.

Default is ./share/ddl

    -o/tmp/ddl
    --script_dir /tmp/ddl

--database

    -d/--database

Specify the SQL::Translator::Producer::* backend to use for generating DDLs.

    -dSQLite
    --database PostgreSQL

Can be specified multiple times.

Default is introspected from looking at whatever "--connection_name" connects to.

--target

    --target

Specify which version to install/upgrade to.

If not specified, defaults to the latest version.

CREDITS

This module is mostly code by mst, sponsored by nordaaker.com, and I've only tidied it up and made it more CPAN Friendly.

SPONSORS

The authoring of the initial incarnation of this code is kindly sponsored by nordaaker.com.

AUTHORS

  • kentnl - Kent Fredric (cpan:KENTNL) <kentnl@cpan.org>

  • mst - Matt S. Trout (cpan:MSTROUT) <mst@shadowcat.co.uk>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2017 by The App::DH Authors, Contributors, and Sponsors.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.