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Manual Reference Pages  -  DBIX::CLASS::QUERYLOG (3)

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NAME

DBIx::Class::QueryLog - Log queries for later analysis.

CONTENTS

VERSION

version 1.005001

SYNOPSIS

DBIx::Class::QueryLog ’logs’ each transaction and query executed so you can analyze what happened in the ’session’. It must be installed as the debugobj in DBIx::Class:



    use DBIx::Class::QueryLog::NotifyOnMax;
    use DBIx::Class::QueryLog::Analyzer;

    my $schema = ... # Get your schema!
    my $ql = DBIx::Class::QueryLog::NotifyOnMax->new(
        max_count => 100,
    );
    $schema->storage->debugobj($ql);
    $schema->storage->debug(1);
      ... # do some stuff!
    my $ana = DBIx::Class::QueryLog::Analyzer->new({ querylog => $ql });
    my @queries = $ana->get_sorted_queries;



Every transaction and query executed will have a corresponding Transaction and Query object stored in order of execution, like so:



    Query
    Query
    Transaction
    Query



This array can be retrieved with the log method. Queries executed inside a transaction are stored inside their Transaction object, not inside the QueryLog directly.

See DBIx::Class::QueryLog::Analyzer for options on digesting the results of a QueryLog session.

If you wish to have the QueryLog collecting results, and the normal trace output of SQL queries from DBIx::Class, then set passthrough to 1



  $ql->passthrough(1);



Note that above the example uses DBIx::Class::QueryLog::NotifyOnMax instead of the vanilla DBIx::Class::QueryLog, this is simply to encourage users to use that and hopefully avoid leaks.

BUCKETS

Sometimes you want to break your analysis down into stages. To segregate the queries and transactions, simply set the bucket and run some queries:



  $ql->bucket(selects);
  $schema->resultset(Foo)->find(..);
  # Some queries
  $ql->bucket(updates);
  $foo->update({ name => Gorch });
  $ql->bucket(something else);
  ...



Any time a query or transaction is completed the QueryLog’s current bucket will be copied into it so that the Analyzer can later use it. See the get_totaled_queries method and it’s optional parameter.

METHODS

    new

Create a new DBIx::Class::QueryLog.

    bucket

Set the current bucket for this QueryLog. This bucket will be copied to any transactions or queries that finish.

    time_elapsed

Returns the total time elapsed for ALL transactions and queries in this log.

    count

Returns the number of queries executed in this QueryLog

    reset

Reset this QueryLog by removing all transcations and queries.

    add_to_log

Add this provided Transaction or Query to the log.

    txn_begin

Called by DBIx::Class when a transaction is begun.

    txn_commit

Called by DBIx::Class when a transaction is committed.

    txn_rollback

Called by DBIx::Class when a transaction is rolled back.

    query_start

Called by DBIx::Class when a query is begun.

    query_end

Called by DBIx::Class when a query is completed.

    query_class

Returns the name of the class to use for storing queries, by default DBIx::Class::QueryLog::Query. If you subclass DBIx::Class::QueryLog, you may wish to override this. Whatever you override it to must be a subclass of DBIx::Class::QueryLog::Query.

    transaction_class

As query_class but for the class for storing transactions. Defaults to DBIx::Class::QueryLog::Transaction.

    SEE ALSO

o DBIx::Class::QueryLog::NotifyOnMax
o DBIx::Class::QueryLog::Tee
o DBIx::Class::QueryLog::Conditional

AUTHORS

o Arthur Axel fREW Schmidt <frioux+cpan@gmail.com>
o Cory G Watson <gphat at cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2015 by Cory G Watson <gphat at cpan.org>.

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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