Data::Phrasebook::SQL::Query - Query Extension to the SQL/DBI Phrasebook Model.
my $q = $book->query( 'find_author' );
my $q = $book->query( 'find_author', 'Dictionary' );
An extension to the SQL class to specifically handle the DBI interface for each query requested.
Not to be accessed directly, but via the parent Data::Phrasebook, by specifying the class as SQL.
Get/set the current sql statement, in a form suitable for passing straight to DBI.
Get/set the current statement handle.
Return list of arguments that will be used as bind parameters to any placeholders. Any given arguments will replace the whole list.
Returns list in list context, arrayref in scalar.
As for args, but regarding the corresponding list of argument names.
The assorted order_XXX methods are supported as for args_XXX.
Get/set the database handle.
Executes the query. Returns the result of DBI::execute.
Any arguments are given to order_args with the return of that method being used as arguments to DBI::execute. If no arguments, uses those already specified.
Calls prepare if necessary.
Given a hash or hashref of keyword to value mappings, organises an array of arguments suitable for use as bind parameters in the order needed by the query itself.
Prepares the query for execution. This method is called implicitly in most cases so you generally don't need to know about it.
Rebinds any bound values. Lets one pass a scalar reference in the arguments to order_args and have the bound value update if the original scalar changes.
This method is not needed externally to this class.
Any method not mentioned above is given to the statement handle.
All these delegations will implicitly call prepare.
Please see the README file.
Original author: Iain Campbell Truskett (16.07.1979 - 29.12.2003)
Maintainer: Barbie <email@example.com> since January 2004.
for Miss Barbell Productions <http://www.missbarbell.co.uk>.
Copyright (C) 2003 Iain Truskett.
Copyright (C) 2004-2013 Barbie for Miss Barbell Productions.
This distribution is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
modify it under the Artistic License v2.
To install Data::Phrasebook, copy and paste the appropriate command in to your terminal.
perl -MCPAN -e shell
For more information on module installation, please visit the detailed CPAN module installation guide.