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NAME ^

Catalyst::TraitFor::Controller::DBIC::DoesPaging - Helps you paginate, search, sort, and more easily using DBIx::Class

VERSION ^

version 1.001000

SYNOPSIS ^

 package MyApp::Controller::Foo;
 use Moose;
 BEGIN { extends 'Catalyst::Controller' }
 with 'Catalyst::TraitFor::Controller::DBIC::DoesPaging';

 sub people {
    my ($self, $c) = @_;
    my $people = $self->page_and_sort(
       $self->search( $self->model('DB::People') )
    );
    # ...
 }

DESCRIPTION ^

This module helps you to map various DBIx::Class features to CGI parameters. For the most part that means it will help you search, sort, and paginate with a minimum of effort and thought.

METHODS ^

All methods take the context and a ResultSet as their arguments. All methods return a ResultSet.

page_and_sort

 my $result = $self->page_and_sort($c, $c->model('DB::Foo'));

This is a helper method that will first "sort" your data and then "paginate" it.

paginate

 my $result = $self->paginate($c, $c->model('DB::Foo'));

Paginates the passed in resultset based on the following CGI parameters:

 start - first row to display
 limit - amount of rows per page

search

 my $searched_rs = $self->search($c, $c->model('DB::Foo'));

If the $resultset has a controller_search method it will call that method on the passed in resultset with all of the CGI parameters. I like to have this method look something like the following:

 # Base search dispatcher, defined in MyApp::Schema::ResultSet
 sub _build_search {
    my $self           = shift;
    my $dispatch_table = shift;
    my $q              = shift;

    my %search = ();
    my %meta   = ();

    foreach ( keys %{$q} ) {
       if ( my $fn = $dispatch_table->{$_} and $q->{$_} ) {
          my ( $tmp_search, $tmp_meta ) = $fn->( $q->{$_} );
          %search = ( %search, %{$tmp_search||{}} );
          %meta   = ( %meta,   %{$tmp_meta||{}} );
       }
    }

    return $self->search(\%search, \%meta);
 }

 # search method in specific resultset
 sub controller_search {
    my $self   = shift;
    my $params = shift;
    return $self->_build_search({
       status => sub {
          return { 'repair_order_status' => shift }, {};
       },
       part_id => sub {
          return {
             'lineitems.part_id' => { -like => q{%}.shift( @_ ).q{%} }
          }, { join => 'lineitems' };
       },
    },$params);
 }

If the controller_search method does not exist, this method will call "simple_search" instead.

sort

 my $result = $self->sort($c, $c->model('DB::Foo'));

Exactly the same as search, except calls controller_sort or "simple_sort". Here is how I use it:

 # Base sort dispatcher, defined in MyApp::Schema::ResultSet
 sub _build_sort {
    my $self = shift;
    my $dispatch_table = shift;
    my $default = shift;
    my $q = shift;

    my %search = ();
    my %meta   = ();

    my $direction = $q->{dir};
    my $sort      = $q->{sort};

    if ( my $fn = $dispatch_table->{$sort} ) {
       my ( $tmp_search, $tmp_meta ) = $fn->( $direction );
       %search = ( %search, %{$tmp_search||{}} );
       %meta   = ( %meta,   %{$tmp_meta||{}} );
    } elsif ( $sort && $direction ) {
       my ( $tmp_search, $tmp_meta ) = $default->( $sort, $direction );
       %search = ( %search, %{$tmp_search||{}} );
       %meta   = ( %meta,   %{$tmp_meta||{}} );
    }

    return $self->search(\%search, \%meta);
 }

 # sort method in specific resultset
 sub controller_sort {
    my $self = shift;
    my $params = shift;
    return $self->_build_sort({
       first_name => sub {
          my $direction = shift;
          return {}, {
             order_by => { "-$direction" => [qw{last_name first_name}] },
          };
       },
    }, sub {
       my $param = shift;
       my $direction = shift;
       return {}, {
          order_by => { "-$direction" => $param },
       };
    },$params);
 }

simple_deletion

 $self->simple_deletion($c, $c->model('DB::Foo'));

Deletes from the passed in resultset based on the following CGI parameter:

 to_delete - values of the ids of items to delete

This is the only method that does not return a ResultSet. Instead it returns an arrayref of the id's that it deleted. If the ResultSet has has a multipk this will expect each tuple of PK's to be separated by commas.

Note that this method uses the $rs->delete method, as opposed to $rs->delete_all

simple_search

 my $searched_rs = $self->simple_search($c, $c->model('DB::Foo'));

Searches the resultset based on all fields in the request, except for fields listed in ignored_params. Searches with $fieldname => { -like => "%$value%" }. If there are multiple values for a CGI parameter it will use all values via an or.

simple_sort

 my $sorted_rs = $self->simple_sort($c, $c->model('DB::Foo'));

Sorts the passed in resultset based on the following CGI parameters:

 sort - field to sort by, defaults to primarky key
 dir  - direction to sort

CONFIG VARIABLES ^

page_size

Default size of a page. Defaults to 25.

ignored_params

ArrayRef of params that will be ignored in simple_search, defaults to:

 [qw{limit start sort dir _dc rm xaction}]

CREDITS ^

Thanks to Micro Technology Services, Inc. for funding the initial development of this module.

AUTHOR ^

  Arthur Axel "fREW" Schmidt <frioux+cpan@gmail.com>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

This software is copyright (c) 2010 by Arthur Axel "fREW" Schmidt.

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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