DBD::DBM - a DBI driver for DBM & MLDBM files

DBD::DBM is a database management system that works right out of the box. If you have a standard installation of Perl and DBI you can begin creating, accessing, and modifying simple database tables without any further modules. You can add other modul...

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DBI::DBD - Perl DBI Database Driver Writer's Guide

This document is primarily intended to help people writing new database drivers for the Perl Database Interface (Perl DBI). It may also help others interested in discovering why the internals of a DBD driver are written the way they are. This is a gu...

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DBD::File - Base class for writing file based DBI drivers

The DBD::File module is not a true DBI driver, but an abstract base class for deriving concrete DBI drivers from it. The implication is, that these drivers work with plain files, for example CSV files or INI files. The module is based on the SQL::Sta...

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DBD::Proxy - A proxy driver for the DBI

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...

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DBD::Gofer - A stateless-proxy driver for communicating with a remote DBI

DBD::Gofer is a DBI database driver that forwards requests to another DBI driver, usually in a separate process, often on a separate machine. It tries to be as transparent as possible so it appears that you are using the remote driver directly. DBD::...

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DBD::Sponge - Create a DBI statement handle from Perl data

DBD::Sponge is useful for making a Perl data structure accessible through a standard DBI statement handle. This may be useful to DBD module authors who need to transform data in this way....

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DBD::File::HowTo - Guide to create DBD::File based driver

This document provides a step-by-step guide, how to create a new "DBD::File" based DBD. It expects that you carefully read the DBI documentation and that you're familiar with DBI::DBD and had read and understood DBD::ExampleP. This document addresses...

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DBI::DBD::Metadata - Generate the code and data for some DBI metadata methods

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DBD::File::Roadmap - Planned Enhancements for DBD::File and pure Perl DBD's

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DBI::DBD::SqlEngine - Base class for DBI drivers without their own SQL engine

DBI::DBD::SqlEngine abstracts the usage of SQL engines from the DBD. DBD authors can concentrate on the data retrieval they want to provide. It is strongly recommended that you read DBD::File::Developers and DBD::File::Roadmap, because many of the DB...

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DBD::File::Developers - Developers documentation for DBD::File

This document describes how DBD developers can write DBD::File based DBI drivers. It supplements DBI::DBD and DBI::DBD::SqlEngine::Developers, which you should read first....

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DBD::Gofer::Policy::rush - The 'rush' policy for DBD::Gofer

The "rush" policy tries to make as few round-trips as possible. It's the opposite end of the policy spectrum to the "pedantic" policy. Temporary docs: See the source code for list of policies and their defaults. In a future version the policies and t...

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DBD::Gofer::Policy::Base - Base class for DBD::Gofer policies

DBD::Gofer can be configured via a 'policy' mechanism that allows you to fine-tune the number of round-trips to the Gofer server. The policies are grouped into classes (which may be subclassed) and referenced by the name of the class. The DBD::Gofer:...

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DBI::DBD::SqlEngine::HowTo - Guide to create DBI::DBD::SqlEngine based driver

This document provides a step-by-step guide, how to create a new "DBI::DBD::SqlEngine" based DBD. It expects that you carefully read the DBI documentation and that you're familiar with DBI::DBD and had read and understood DBD::ExampleP. This document...

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DBD::Gofer::Transport::Base - base class for DBD::Gofer client transports

This is the base class for all DBD::Gofer client transports....

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DBD::Gofer::Policy::classic - The 'classic' policy for DBD::Gofer

Temporary docs: See the source code for list of policies and their defaults. In a future version the policies and their defaults will be defined in the pod and parsed out at load-time....

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DBD::Gofer::Transport::null - DBD::Gofer client transport for testing

Connect via DBD::Gofer but execute the requests within the same process. This is a quick and simple way to test applications for compatibility with the (few) restrictions that DBD::Gofer imposes. It also provides a simple, portable way for the DBI te...

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DBD::Gofer::Policy::pedantic - The 'pedantic' policy for DBD::Gofer

The "pedantic" policy tries to be as transparent as possible. To do this it makes round-trips to the server for almost every DBI method call. This is the best policy to use when first testing existing code with Gofer. Once it's working well you shoul...

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DBD::Gofer::Transport::stream - DBD::Gofer transport for stdio streaming

Without the "url=" parameter it launches a subprocess as perl -MDBI::Gofer::Transport::stream -e run_stdio_hex and feeds requests into it and reads responses from it. But that's not very useful. With a "url=ssh:username@host.example.com" parameter it...

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DBD::Gofer::Transport::pipeone - DBD::Gofer client transport for testing

Connect via DBD::Gofer and execute each request by starting executing a subprocess. This is, as you might imagine, spectacularly inefficient! It's only intended for testing. Specifically it demonstrates that the server side is completely stateless. I...

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