Philippe Bruhat (BooK) > Test-Database > Test::Database::Handle

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NAME ^

Test::Database::Handle - A class for Test::Database handles

SYNOPSIS ^

    use Test::Database;

    my $handle = Test::Database->handle(@requests);
    my $dbh    = $handle->dbh();

DESCRIPTION ^

Test::Database::Handle is a very simple class for encapsulating the information about a test database handle.

Test::Database::Handle objects are used within a test script to obtain the necessary information about a test database handle. Handles are obtained through the Test::Database->handles() or Test::Database->handle() methods.

METHODS ^

Test::Database::Handle provides the following methods:

new

Return a new Test::Database::Handle with the given parameters (dsn, username, password).

The only mandatory argument is dsn.

ACCESSORS ^

The following accessors are available.

dsn

Return the Data Source Name.

username

Return the connection username. Defaults to undef.

password

Return the connection password. Defaults to undef.

connection_info

Return the connection information triplet (dsn, username, password).

    my ( $dsn, $username, $password ) = $handle->connection_info;

dbh

    my $dbh = $handle->dbh;
    my $dbh = $handle->dbh( $attr );

Return the DBI database handle obtained when connecting with the connection triplet returned by connection_info().

The optional parameter $attr is a reference to a hash of connection attributes, passed directly to DBI's connect() method.

name

Return the database name attached to the handle.

dbd

Return the DBI driver name, as computed from the dsn.

driver

Return the Test::Database::Driver object attached to the handle.

AUTHOR ^

Philippe Bruhat (BooK), <book@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT ^

Copyright 2008-2010 Philippe Bruhat (BooK), all rights reserved.

LICENSE ^

This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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