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Wow!, isn't it overkill just for a string with the name of the database?, a name that (yes or yes) must be used in each request?

It seems strange that I can't split up the connection data from the schema itself

I have been looking for info on the plugins you mention. Thank you!! and Factory::PerRequest seems to be a solution, but info is very schematic. I am still learning from tutorials!!!

What i have is this model:

package the_application::Model::DB; use strict; use base 'Catalyst::Model::DBIC::Schema'; __PACKAGE__->config( schema_class => 'the_application::Schema', connect_info => { dsn => 'dbi:mysql:database_one:the_domain.com', user => 'the_user', password => 'the_password', AutoCommit => q{1}, } ); 1;

- How can I wrap it using Factory::PerRequest and change "dsn" on the fly from a Controller?

Regards


In reply to Re^2: Change DBI database on runtime by miguelele
in thread Change DBI database on runtime by miguelele

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