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NAME ^

String::Lookup::DBI - flush String::Lookup using DBI compatible database handle

SYNOPSIS ^

 use String::Lookup;

 tie my %lookup, 'String::Lookup',

   # standard persistent storage parameters
   storage => 'DBI', # store using DBI compatible database handle
   tag     => $tag,  # possibly fully qualified table name
   fork    => 1,     # fork for each flush, default: no

   # parameters specific to 'DBI'
   dbh    => $dbh,         # database handle to be used
   id     => $id_name,     # name of "id" column, default: 'id'
   string => $string_name, # name of "string" column, default: 'name'

   # other parameters for String::Lookup
   ...
 ;

VERSION ^

This documentation describes version 0.12.

DESCRIPTION ^

This module is a class for providing persistent storage for lookup hashes, as provided by String::Lookup.

Please see the METHODS IN STORAGE MODULE section in String::Lookup for documentation on which methods this storage class provides.

ADDITIONAL PARAMETERS ^

The following additional parameters are provided by this storage class:

dbh
 tie my %lookup, 'String::Lookup',
   dbh    => $dbh,         # database handle to be used
 ;

Indicate the DBI compatible database handle to be used to store the lookup hash. Must be specified.

id
 tie my %lookup, 'String::Lookup',
   id     => $id_name,     # name of "id" column, default: 'id'
 ;

Indicate the name of the column for storing "id" values. Defaults to id.

string
 tie my %lookup, 'String::Lookup',
   string => $string_name, # name of "string" column, default: 'name'
 ;

Indicate the name of the column for storing strings. Defaults to name.

REQUIRED MODULES ^

 (none)

AUTHOR ^

 Elizabeth Mattijsen

COPYRIGHT ^

Copyright (c) 2012 Elizabeth Mattijsen <liz@dijkmat.nl>. All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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