Al Newkirk > MongoDBI-0.0.12 > MongoDBI::Document::Config

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Module Version: 0.0.12   Source   Latest Release: MongoDBI-0.02

NAME ^

MongoDBI::Document::Config - Configuration for a MongoDBI Document Class

VERSION ^

version 0.0.12

SYNOPSIS ^

    package main;

    my $cds = CDDB::Album;
    
    $cds->config->set_collection('some_classes');
    $cds->config->set_database('test');
    
    $cds->config->options->{safe} = 0; # on error, continue
    
    1;

DESCRIPTION ^

MongoDBI::Document::Config is a trait attached to the MongoDBI configuration object created with/for each document class.

ATTRIBUTES ^

_mongo_connection

The _mongo_connection attribute contains the MongoDB::Connection object of the current class. Access it directly as follows:

    package main;

    my $cds = CDDB::Album;
    
    $cds->config->_mongo_connection;

_mongo_collection

The _mongo_collection attribute contains the MongoDB::Collection object of the current class. Access it directly as follows:

    package main;

    my $cds = CDDB::Album;
    
    $cds->config->_mongo_collection;

collection

The collection attribute contains the MongoDB::Collection attributes used to create the object. Access it directly as follows:

    package main;

    my $cds = CDDB::Album;
    
    $cds->config->collection;
    
    # get collection name
    $cds->config->collection->{name};

database

The database attribute contains the MongoDB::Database attributes used to create the object. Access it directly as follows:

    package main;

    my $cds = CDDB::Album;
    
    $cds->config->database;
    
    # get database name
    $cds->config->database->{name};

fields

The fields attribute contains a hashref of field configurations generated by the key() keyword. Learn more about the key() keyword at MongoDBI::Document::Sugar. Access the fields attribute directly as follows:

    package main;

    my $cds = CDDB::Album;
    
    $cds->config->field;
    
    # get field info
    $cds->config->fields->{$name};
    
    print $cds->config->fields->{$name}->{is};
    print $cds->config->fields->{$name}->{isa};

indexes

The indexes attribute contains a hashref of index configurations generated by the index() keyword. Learn more about the index() keyword at MongoDBI::Document::Sugar. Access the indexes attribute directly as follows:

    package main;

    my $cds = CDDB::Album;
    
    $cds->config->indexes;
    
    # run through all indexes
    for (@{$cds->config->indexes}) {
        ...
    }
    
    # print field names of the first registered index
    print $_ for keys $cds->config->indexes->[0]->[0]; 

options

The options attribute may contains the arguments that will be passed to the MongoDB::Collection collection altering operations such as insert, update, remove and save.

Note: Setting this attribute will affect those collection altering operations. Note: Safe Mode is enabled by default!

Access it directly as follows:

    package main;

    my $cds = CDDB::Album;
    
    $cds->config->options->{safe} = 0;

searches

The searches attribute contains a hashref of filter specifications generated by the filter() keyword. Learn more about the filter() keyword at MongoDBI::Document::Sugar. Access the searches attribute directly as follows:

    package main;

    my $cds = CDDB::Album;
    
    $cds->config->searches;
    
    # get search routine
    $cds->config->searches->{$name};
    
    # execute a search routine
    my $search = $cds->config->search->{$name}->($cds->config->search);

METHODS ^

set_collection

The set_collection method stashes the attributes that will used to create a MongoDB::Collection object when the database connection is made. Utilize this method as follows:

    package main;

    my $cds = CDDB::Album;
    
    $cds->config->set_collection('albums');
    
    # semantically correct
    $cds->config->set_database(name => 'albums');
    
    # sophisticated version
    $cds->config->set_database(name => $cds, naming => [
        short, plural, decamel
    ]);
    
    # valid naming convention keys are:
    
    * same - as-is
    * short - only the final portion of the package name
    * plural - unintelligent 's' adder
    * decamel - MyApp becomes my_app
    * undercolon - :: becomes _
    * lower/lc - lowercase string
    * upper/uc - uppercase string
    * default - same as (decamel, undercolon, lower, plural)

set_database

The set_database method stashes the attributes that will used to create a MongoDB::Database object when the database connection is made. Utilize this method as follows:

    package main;

    my $cds = CDDB::Album;
    
    $cds->config->set_database('test');
    
    # semantically correct
    $cds->config->set_database(name => 'test');

AUTHOR ^

Al Newkirk <awncorp@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

This software is copyright (c) 2011 by awncorp.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

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