Manual Reference Pages - DBIX::EASE (3)
DBIx::Ease - less-code DBI interactions for all drivers
my $cons = new DBIx::Ease(DBI:mysql:<databasename>);
"DELETE FROM somename WHERE i=1", "user", "password");
my @results = $cons->exec("databasename","SELECT ..");
DBIx::Ease is intended to allow less-code DBI interactions. Version 0.07
works with any driver, but still supports the use as in versions prior
Upon creation of a new DBIx::Ease object you should pass the portion
of the DSN (Data Source Name) common to all connections the object is
supposed to store. Replace the variable portions with <databasename>.
Whenever you wish to make only one connection you may enter the complete
DSN, also when you want to make connections with the same source but as
different users, then call exec() with different names of your choice as
exec() takes the portion of the DSN which has been kept variable as its
first argument or a connection name of your choice if a complete DSN was
entered when creating the object. exec() automatically reuses established
Any SQL statement is the second argument; exec() returns an array with all
selected values/rows for SELECTs.
User name and password are optional third and fourth arguments to exec() to
use where new connections are established and stored in the object.
Calling disconnect_all() will close all connections with the calling object.
Alexander Pourmirzayouf <email@example.com>
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