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NAME

DBIx::Class::Cursor - Abstract object representing a query cursor on a resultset.

SYNOPSIS

  my $cursor = $schema->resultset('CD')->cursor();
  my $first_cd = $cursor->next;

DESCRIPTION

A Cursor represents a query cursor on a DBIx::Class::ResultSet object. It allows for traversing the result set with "next", retrieving all results with "all" and resetting the cursor with "reset".

Usually, you would use the cursor methods built into DBIx::Class::ResultSet to traverse it. See "next" in DBIx::Class::ResultSet, "reset" in DBIx::Class::ResultSet and "all" in DBIx::Class::ResultSet for more information.

METHODS

new

Virtual method. Returns a new DBIx::Class::Cursor object.

next

Virtual method. Advances the cursor to the next row. Returns an array of column values (the result of "fetchrow_array" in DBI method).

reset

Virtual method. Resets the cursor to the beginning.

all

Virtual method. Returns all rows in the DBIx::Class::ResultSet.