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Class::DBI Intro
This is the second time this week I have seen a reference to Class::DBI being used for storing objects this is simply not what it was made for. Class::DBI allows for working with the data as objects, basically one record = one object. It also allows for relationship integrity based on keys at an application level rather then the engine level. As for the performance issue, it would be subjective at best depending on size of project.

In reply to Re: Re: Re: Abstracting sql by trs80
in thread Abstracting sql by BUU

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