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Re^2: DBIx and ManyToMany Relationships

by kiz (Monk)
on May 30, 2012 at 10:43 UTC ( #973256=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: DBIx and ManyToMany Relationships
in thread DBIx and ManyToMany Relationships

That gets me

'_column_data' => { 'content_id' => 11, 'repo_id' => 1 }

.... but not the text that relates to content_id:11

I need to go repo.id (1) -> content_ids ([1, 3, 5, 11]) -> text ([Video, Audo, Word Processor, XML])



-- Ian Stuart
A man depriving some poor village, somewhere, of a first-class idiot.


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Re^3: DBIx and ManyToMany Relationships
by tospo (Hermit) on May 30, 2012 at 11:14 UTC
    I'm not sure I udnerstand what you mean with "that get's me ..." - can you post the actual code you are running now?
      (Noting the comment below)

      The search model is currently:

      $c->stash( repos => [ $c->model('ORIdatabase::Repo') ->search( {}, #$what, { join => {'contentlinks' => 'content'} , prefetch => {'contentlinks' => 'content'} , rows => $params->{'limit'} } ) ] );

      And buried at the end of the hash/object returned are the data fields the query returns...



      -- Ian Stuart
      A man depriving some poor village, somewhere, of a first-class idiot.

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