NAME

DBIx::ParseDSN::Default - A default DSN parser, moose based. You can use this as is, or subclass it. DBIx::ParseDSN uses this class unless it finds a better parser.

It can be used directly to parse a DSN, but use instead "parse_dsn" in DBIx::ParseDSN which is the intended way to achieve this.

VERSION

This document describes DBIx::ParseDSN::Default version 0.9.3

SYNOPSIS

    ## Use it directly:

    use DBIx::ParseDSN::Default;

    my $dsn = DBIx::ParseDSN::Default->new( "dbi:Foo:/bar/baz" );

    ## Subclass:
    {
      package DBIx::ParseDSN::OddBall;

      use Moo;
      extends 'DBIx::ParseDSN::Default';

      sub names_for_database{ return qw/bucket/ }

    }

    package main;

    use DBIx::ParseDSN;

    my $dsn = parse_dsn( "dbi:OddBall:bucket=foo" )

    $dsn->database; ## "foo"

DESCRIPTION

This is a default DSN parser. It is not specific to any driver. It can safely be used as a base for driver specfic parsers.

It handles the most common database drivers. See test files for details.

DSN ATTIRIBUTES

database

dbname

db

Database attribute of the DSN. See "names_for_database".

host

server

Server address of the connection. If any. See "names_for_host".

port

Port to connect to on the server. See "names_for_port"

OTHER METHODS

parse( $dsn )

A method used internally. Parses the DSN.

driver_attr

Any attributes to the driver, ie foo=bar in dbi:SQLite(foo=bar):db.sqlite. See "parse_dsn" in DBI.

driver_dsn

The 3rd part of the dsn string which is driver specific.

dsn_parts

The 5 values returned by DBI->parse_dsn

is_local

True if the dsn is local. File based db drivers are local, and network connections to localhost or 127.0.0.1 are local.

is_remote

The oposite of is_local

names_for_database

Name variations for the database attribute. This class uses qw/database dbname db/.

names_for_host

Name variations for the host attribute. This class uses qw/host server/.

names_for_port

Name variations for the port attribute. This class uses port. This is included for completeness to follow the pattern used for database and host but is likely never to be anything other than just port.

known_attribute_hash

Combines information for the three above methods to compose a hash useful for translating names, eg:

    (
      database => "database",
      dbname   => "database",
      db       => "database",
      server   => "host",
      hostname => "host",
    )

This method is mainly for internal use.

dbd_driver

The perl module driver for this specific dsn. Currently the 2nd value of the dsn string prefixed by DBD:: , ie DBD::SQLite.

BUGS AND LIMITATIONS

No bugs have been reported.

Please report any bugs or feature requests to bug-bug-dbix-parsedsn::parser::default@rt.cpan.org, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org.

SEE ALSO

DBIx::ParseDSN

AUTHOR

Torbjørn Lindahl <torbjorn.lindahl@gmail.com>

LICENCE AND COPYRIGHT

Copyright (c) 2014, Torbjørn Lindahl <torbjorn.lindahl@gmail.com>. All rights reserved.

This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. See perlartistic.

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