- Add Version 3 Migrations for Mysql
- How to install the version 3 MySQL
- NEXT STEPS
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DBIx::Class::Migration::Tutorial::AddMySQL - Add MySQL migration
So far in the tutorial we've been building migrations for SQLite. This is a good database for initial prototyping and local development, but at some point you'll need a more production oriented database. By the end of this tutorial you should have the basics of adding support for MySQL to your migrations. We'll add MySQL migrations for version 3.
Since we build out migrations from the current Schema, you can only prepare files for version 3 (at this point in the tutorial you should be at version 3).
Let's check our status
$ dbic-migration -Ilib status Schema is 3 Deployed database is 3
If you've been following along with the tutorial, you should see something like the above. Now, lets prepare migration files for MySQL:
$ dbic-migration -Ilib prepare --database MySQL --force_overwrite Overwriting existing DDL-YML file - .../share/migrations/_source/deploy/3/001-auto.yml Overwriting existing DDL file - .../share/migrations/MySQL/deploy/3/001-auto.sql Overwriting existing DDL-YML file - ../share/migrations/_source/deploy/3/001-auto-__VERSION.yml Overwriting existing DDL file - .../share/migrations/MySQL/deploy/3/001-auto-__VERSION.sql Your Database version must be lower than than your schema version in order to prepare upgrades / downgrades Copying Fixture Confs from .../share/fixtures/2/conf to .../share/fixtures/3/conf
You need to
force_overwrite since DBIx::Class::DeploymentHandler needs to update some system managed files (nothing you've customized). Additionally, don't worry about the message, "Copying Fixture Confs from..." since we won't ever overwrite your customized fixtures.
You'll also notice that we can't build version 2 to 3 upgrades for MySQL, since we don't have a version 2 of the database for MySQL. We'll skip working on upgrade files for MySQL since they won't essentially be at all different from the work you've don't already of SQLite. If you needed to rebuild all the versions, you actually can install down to Version 1 and build each step for MySQL (an exercise I'll leave to your practice session!)
Let's see what's been added to
/share /migrations /MySQL /deploy /3 001-auto-_VERSION.sql 001-auto.sql
So this should start to look familiar to you. Basically we just have a full DDL to deploy our MySQL database.
So far you've only done
upgrade to the default SQlite database (under
share). If you want to run those commands against MySQL, obviously you'll need a running MySQL instance. We can build a MySQL sandbox for you in the
target_dir, similarly to how we did for Sqlite. To do this you need to set the
sandbox_class flag. Also, you should add Test::mysqld to your
dist.ini file, and get that installed (you'll need to install MySQL on your development computer, but it doesn't need to be running, just 'findable' in your
name = DBIx-Class-Migration author = John Napiorkowski <email@example.com> license = Perl_5 copyright_holder = John Napiorkowski copyright_year = 2012 abstract = Tutorial Application for DBIx-Class-Migration version = 0.001 [@Basic] [Prereqs] DBIx::Class = 0 DBIx::Class::Migration = 0 DBD::mysql = 0 Test::mysqld = 0 [Prereqs / TestRequires] Test::Most = 0 Test::DBIx::Class = 0
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If you have any trouble, you'll need to resolve that before moving on with the tutorial. In my experience, DBD::mysql installs easily if you make sure
$PATH can find the Mysql
bin area (
Assuming you get MySQL properly installed, lets build a sandbox:
$dbic-migration -Ilib --sb MySQLSandbox status Schema is 3 Database is not currently installed
Just like with the
schema_class flag, you can set an %ENV variable to set your sandbox type for the shell:
## example export DBIC_MIGRATION_SANDBOX_CLASS=MySQLSandbox
We won't do this, since we'd like to continue controlling if we are using the default sqlite sandbox or our new mysql sandbox.
Once you run that command you'll see a new directory in your
target_dir, which in this tutorial is under
/share /fixtures /migrations /musicbase-schema musicbase-schema.db
share/musicbase-schema directory contains the actual mysql sandbox files. You should probably set your repository to ignore this directory, since it is unlikely you want those shared with other developers.
BTW, if you peek inside
share/musicbase-schema/bin you'll spot a couple of helper scripts:
/bin start stop use
stop starts and stops the sandbox (by default we stop the sandbox when your migration command exits). You'll use this if you want to
use the sandbox (opens a mysql shell) or if you want to let you application use the sandbox (for example later on if you are using Catalyst you'd want to start the sandbox so that you can expose to to your web application).
You'd install the database and fixtures like so:
dbic-migration -Ilib --sb MySQLSandbox install dbic-migration -Ilib --sb MySQLSandbox populate
That would give you:
Reading configurations from ../share/fixtures/3/conf Restored set all_tables to database
Now you database is ready to use!
$ dbic-migration -Ilib --sb MySQLSandbox status Schema is 3 Database is 3
Like the section on Testing, this one was pretty short. At this point you should have a good idea of the effort it would require to use your migrations against databases other than the default SQlite.
Proceed to DBIx::Class::Migration::Tutorial::Catalyst
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