Alzabo::SQLMaker::MySQL - Alzabo SQL making class for MySQL
use Alzabo::SQLMaker; my $sql = Alzabo::SQLMaker->new( sql => 'MySQL' );
MySQL-specific SQL creation. It is worth noting that MySQL does not allow subselects. Any attempt to use a subselect (by passing an
Alzabo::SQMaker object in as parameter to a method) will result in an
Almost all of the functionality inherited from Alzabo::SQLMaker is used as is. The only overridden methods are
get_limit, as MySQL does allow for a
LIMIT clause in its SQL.
Dave Rolsky, <email@example.com>