DBIx::Browse - Perl extension to browse tables. River stage zero No dependents

The purpose of DBIx::Browse is to handle the browsing of relational tables. DBIx::Browse transparently translates SELECTs, UPDATEs, DELETEs and INSERTs from the desired "human view" to the values needed for the table. This is the case when you have r...

EJDRS/DBIx-Browse-2.09 - 10 Dec 2002 09:26:21 GMT

DBIx::Browse::CGI - Perl extension to browse tables with a CGI interface. River stage zero No dependents

The purpose of DBIx::Browse::CGI is to handle the browsing of relational tables with a human-like interface via Web. DBIx::Browse::CGI transparently translates SELECTs, UPDATEs, DELETEs and INSERTs from the desired "human view" to the values needed f...

EJDRS/DBIx-Browse-2.09 - 10 Dec 2002 09:26:21 GMT

DBIx::Path - resolve a path in an in-database tree or directed graph River stage zero No dependents

DBIx::Path is used to navigate through trees or directed graphs described by self-referential SQL database tables. It can be used to browse most trees where each row contains a unique ID and the ID of its parent, as well as graphs structured similarl...

BRENTDAX/DBIx-Path-0.03 - 23 Feb 2005 10:04:05 GMT

DBIx::Iterator - Query your database using iterators and save memory River stage zero No dependents

Iterators are a nice way to perform operations on large datasets without having to keep all of the data you're working on in memory at the same time. Most people have experience with iterators already from working with filehandles. They are basically...

ROBINS/DBIx-Iterator-0.0.2 - 24 Mar 2013 11:03:21 GMT

DBIx::Class::EncodedColumn::Crypt::OpenPGP - Encrypt columns using Crypt::OpenPGP River stage two • 16 direct dependents • 20 total dependents

This is a conduit to working with Crypt::OpenPGP, so that you can encrypt data in your database using gpg. Currently this module only handles encrypting but it may add signing of columns in the future...

WREIS/DBIx-Class-EncodedColumn-0.00020 - 25 Sep 2019 12:34:33 GMT

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