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Bio::DB::DBD - DESCRIPTION of Interface
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The rest of the documentation details each of the object methods. Internal methods are usually preceded with a _
Title : prepare_delete_sth Usage : Function: Creates a prepared statement with one placeholder variable suitable to delete one row from the respective table the given class maps to. The method may throw an exception, or the database handle methods involved may throw an exception. Example : Returns : A DBI statement handle for a prepared statement with one placeholder Args : The database handle to use for preparing the statement. The class of which a corresponding entry shall be deleted. Optionally, additional (named) arguments.
Title : cascade_delete Usage : Function: Removes all persistent objects dependent from the given persistent object from the database (foreign key integrity). The method may throw an exception, or the database calls involved may throw an exception. If the RDBMS supports cascading deletes, and the schema definition enabled FK constraints with cascading deletes, then the implementation won''t need to do anything. Example : Returns : TRUE on success, and FALSE otherwise Args : The DBContextI implementing object for the database. The object for which the dependent rows shall be deleted. Optionally, additional (named) arguments.