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selectall_hashref() only works in a limited number of versions of DBI (maybe 1.15 through 1.19). For the newest versions, 1.20 and greater I believe, you can get the same functionality that you are looking for like this:

selectall_arrayref($sql,{ Slice => {} });

selectall_hashref does something different in the newest versions and your old code will break.

Here's another way to process your DB output as well:

my $rows = $DBH->selectall_arrayref($sql,{ Slice=>{} }); for (@$rows) { # add key/value for Pi to every row. $_->{pi} = 3.14; }

For even lazier form re-filling, look into adding HTML::FillInForm into the mix. Then you don't even have to add the <tmpl> tags into your forms in many cases. I use this in conjuction with HTML::Template. There is as outdated tutorial on using these here. It's outdated because HTML::FormValidator has been superceded by Data::FormValidator.

-mark


In reply to Re: using CGI, DBI and HTML::Template (a mini tutorial with example code) by markjugg
in thread using CGI, DBI and HTML::Template (a mini tutorial with example code) by gav^

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