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小松康二 (Koji Komatsu)

NAME

DBIx::JSON - JSON serialization plugin for DBIx

DESCRIPTION

This module is a DBIx extension to fetch data in JSON format from datasources.

One of use cases of this module is to simply implement a back-end service for a WEB application.

VERSION

Version 0.05

SYNOPSIS

    my $dsn = "dbname=$dbname;host=$host;port=$port";
    print DBIx::JSON->new( $dsn, "mysql", $dbusername, $dbpasswd )
        ->do_select("select * from table;")->get_json;

    or

    my $dsn = "dbname=$dbname;host=$host;port=$port";
    my $obj = DBIx::JSON->new($dsn, "mysql", $dbusername, $dbpasswd);
    $obj->do_select("select * from table;", "colmun1", 1);
    $obj->err && die $obj->errstr;
    print $obj->get_json;

EXPORT

None.

METHODS

new

    DBIx::JSON->new( $dsn, $dbidriver, $dbusername, $dbpasswd );

This method is a constructor. See the DBI documentation for what each of these means.

do_select

    $obj->do_select( $sql [, $key_field [, $hash_array] ] );

This takes a SELECT command string, and calls DBI::selectall_arrayref method. If $key_field is given, this calls DBI::selectall_hashref method. See the DBI documentation for details. $hash_array affects get_json method.

This doesn't do any checking if the sql is valid. Subsequent calls to do_select do overwrite the output.

do_sql

    $obj->do_sql( $sql );

This takes a non SELECT command string (e.g. UPDATE/INSERT/DELETE), and calls DBI::do method. See the DBI documentation for details.

get_json

    $obj->get_json;

Simply returns the JSON generated from the previous SQL call. The format of the JSON output is something like this:

    # default
    [
        ["user1", "data1"],
        ["user2", "data2"],
        ["user3", "data3"],
        ...
    ]

    # if do_select was called with $key_field
    {
        "user1":{"data":"data1", "name":"user1"},
        "user2":{"data":"data2", "name":"user2"},
        "user3":{"data":"data3", "name":"user3"},
        ...
    }

    # if do_select was called with $hash_array
    [
        {"data":"data1", "name":"user1"},
        {"data":"data2", "name":"user2"},
        {"data":"data3", "name":"user3"},
        ...
    ]

has_data

    $obj->has_data;

This returns whether get_json method can be called or not.

clear_data

    $obj->clear_data;

This clears the results from the previous SQL call.

err

    $obj->err;

This returns $DBI::err.

errstr

    $obj->errstr;

This returns $DBI::errstr.

AUTHOR

Koji Komatsu, <yosty@cpan.org>

BUGS

Please report any bugs or feature requests to bug-dbix-json at rt.cpan.org, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=DBIx-JSON. I will be notified, and then you'll automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.

SUPPORT

You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.

    perldoc DBIx::JSON

SEE ALSO

COPYRIGHT & LICENSE

Copyright 2006-2018 by Koji Komatsu, all rights reserved.

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