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Re: Problem with table joins with Class::DBI

by Anarion (Hermit)
on Dec 24, 2003 at 16:38 UTC ( #316887=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Problem with table joins with Class::DBI

You can do various things. According to documentation of Class::DBI you can use something like:
__PACKAGE__->set_sql('update', <<""); UPDATE __TABLE__ SET %s WHERE __IDENTIFIER__
and then construct the statement on the fly.

You can use the set_sql method on the fly to create it using a function on the base class of your Class::DBI classes to construct the statements too, something like:
sub my_sqlset { my ($self,$name,$statement) = @_; # escape your statement here $self->set_sql($name,$statement); }
You can use placeholders to use it latter in a similar search.

And perhaps use UNIVERSAL to check if you already created that function to not waste time.



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