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Oryx::DBM(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation Oryx::DBM(3)
 

Oryx::DBM - DBM Storage interface for Oryx

 my $storage = Oryx::DBM->new;
 
 $storage->connect([ 'dbm:Deep:datapath=/path/to/datafiles' ]);
  
 $storage->dbh;
 $storage->db_name;
 $storage->ping;
 $storage->schema;
 $storage->util;
 $storage->set_util;
 $storage->deploy_class;
 $storage->deploy_schema;

DBM Storage interface for Oryx. You should not need to instantiate this directly, use "Oryx->connect()" instead.

new
Simple constructor
dbh
stub - returns $self
connect( \@conn, [$schema] )
Called by "Oryx->connect()". You shouldn't need to be doing this.
catalog
DBM::Deep instance for holding the catalog of tables. This is a sort of global internal store for the DBM backend for keeping meta data which it needs.
ping
ping the database - all this does here is make sure the "catalog" exists and is a DBM::Deep instance
schema
returns the schema if called with no arguments, otherwise sets if called with a Oryx::Schema instance.
schema
returns the schema if called with no arguments, otherwise sets if called with a Oryx::Schema instance.
set_util
determines which Oryx::DBI::Util class to instantiate by looking at the dsn passed to "connect" and sets it
deploy_schema( $schema )
Takes a Oryx::Schema instance and deploys all classes seen by that schema instance to the database creating all DBM::Deep db files needed for storing your persistent objects.
deploy_class( $class )
does the work of deploying a given class; called by "deploy_schema"

Oryx, Oryx::Class, Oryx::DBM::Util

Copyright (C) 2005 Richard Hundt <richard NO SPAM AT protea-systems.com>

This library is free software and may be used under the same terms as Perl itself.

Hey! The above document had some coding errors, which are explained below:
Around line 186:
You forgot a '=back' before '=head1'
2006-03-11 perl v5.28.1

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