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NAME ^

Rose::Planter::DB -- base db class for Rose-Planter planted objects.

DESCRIPTION ^

This is derived from Rose::DB, but adds a few class methods as described below. Also, it allows database to be registered based on configuration files.

METHODS ^

DateTime::Duration::TO_JSON

This is defined here to serialize durations as postgres intervals.

dbi_connect

Connect and retain the db handle. Also, set the time zone to UTC.

release_dbh

Overridden to hold onto dbh's.

register_databases

Register all the rose databases for this class.

Arguments :

module_name: The name of the perl module for which we are registering databases. This will be used to check for an environment variable named (uc $module_name)."_LIVE" to see if the live database configuration should be used. Also, if a unit test suite is running, the current Module::Build object will indicate that this module is being tested and hence a test database should be used.

register_params: A hash of parameters to be sent verbatim to Rose::DB::register_db.

conf: a configuration object which will be queried as follows :

 $conf->db : parameters for the database.

This should return a hash with keys such as "database", "schema", and "host" which correspond to the parameters sent to Rose::DB::register_db.

If Module::Build::Database is being used, the "test" database will be determined using information stored in the _build directory. This allows the same database to be re-used during an entire './Build test'.

When HARNESS_ACTIVE is true, conf should not be passed.

registered_by

Given a module name, return the name of the Rose::DB-derived class which called register_databases.

load_golden

Load a golden dataset into the database.

has_primary_key [ TABLE | PARAMS ]

Just like the overridden method in Rose::DB.pm except that it ignores database objects that begin with 'v_'. This provides a naming convention to avoid warnings for missing keys when loading views.

do_sql

Do some sql and return the result as an arrayref of hashrefs.

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