RPC::PlClient - Perl extension for writing PlRPC clients River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

PlRPC (Perl RPC) is a package that simplifies the writing of Perl based client/server applications. RPC::PlServer is the package used on the server side, and you guess what RPC::PlClient is for. See RPC::PlServer(3) for this part. PlRPC works by defi...

MNOONING/PlRPC-0.2020 - 17 Jun 2007 20:00:21 UTC - Search in distribution

DBD::Proxy - A proxy driver for the DBI River stage four • 919 direct dependents • 2018 total dependents

DBD::Proxy is a Perl module for connecting to a database via a remote DBI driver. See DBD::Gofer for an alternative with different trade-offs. This is of course not needed for DBI drivers which already support connecting to a remote database, but the...

TIMB/DBI-1.643 - 31 Jan 2020 19:02:41 UTC - Search in distribution

Pots - Perl ObjectThreads River stage zero No dependents

This module collection aims to provide an object-oriented way of working with Perl ithreads. Current features are: - Inter-thread communication through messages and message-queues - A simple "MethodServer" class that exposes a standard class to other...

RCHIBOIS/Pots-0.01 - 26 Mar 2004 14:24:37 UTC - Search in distribution

BridgeAPI - ODBC API for network clients. River stage zero No dependents

UnixODBC::BridgeServer provides an object oriented API for communicating with ODBC driver managers on network systems. A UnixODBC::BridgeServer client is a subclass of RPC::PlClient, and communicates with a UnixODBC::BridgeServer daemon (see "man odb...

RKIES/UnixODBC-0.34-1 - 28 Nov 2015 17:06:29 UTC - Search in distribution

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 UTC - Search in distribution
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