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Check out Test::DBIx::Class, maybe it'll help you aggregate some of your test logic and abstract a few things so you can cut down on your typing.

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In reply to Re: Class::DBIx is driving me to drink! by stonecolddevin
in thread Class::DBIx is driving me to drink! by blue_cowdawg

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