DBD::Multiplex - A multiplexing driver for the DBI. River stage zero No dependents

DBD::Multiplex is a Perl module which works with the DBI allowing you to work with multiple datasources using a single DBI handle. Basically, DBD::Multiplex database and statement handles are parents that contain multiple child handles, one for each ...

TKISHEL/DBD-Multiplex-2.11 - 26 Jan 2010 16:47:01 GMT

Tie::Hash::DBD - tie a plain hash to a database table River stage zero No dependents

This module has been created to act as a drop-in replacement for modules that tie straight perl hashes to disk, like "DB_File". When the running system does not have enough memory to hold large hashes, and disk-tieing won't work because there is not ...

HMBRAND/Tie-Hash-DBD-0.20 - 02 Sep 2019 12:56:48 GMT

Tie::Array::DBD - tie a plain array to a database table River stage zero No dependents

This module ties an array to a database table using only an "index" and a "value" field. If no tables specification is passed, this will create a temporary table with "h_key" for the key field and a "h_value" for the value field. I think it would mak...

HMBRAND/Tie-Hash-DBD-0.20 - 02 Sep 2019 12:56:48 GMT

DBIx::DBSchema::DBD - DBIx::DBSchema Driver Writer's Guide and Base Class River stage two • 4 direct dependents • 46 total dependents

Drivers should be named DBIx::DBSchema::DBD::DatabaseName, where DatabaseName is the same as the DBD:: driver for this database. Drivers should implement the following class methods: columns CLASS DBI_DBH TABLE Given an active DBI database handle, re...

IVAN/DBIx-DBSchema-0.45 - 07 May 2015 05:20:18 GMT

Data::ObjectDriver::Driver::DBD - base class for database drivers River stage two • 5 direct dependents • 15 total dependents

*Data::ObjectDriver::Driver::DBD* is the base class for *database* drivers. Database drivers handle the peculiarities of specific database servers to provide an abstract API to the *object* drivers. While database drivers operate on queries and datab...

SIXAPART/Data-ObjectDriver-0.18 - 09 Jul 2019 08:21:37 GMT

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