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Obviously, there is something big that I do not understand in the Adaptor/Factory/Factory::PerRequest question.
- I have the working db class posted before, called 'DB'
- Now I wrap it from this new model called 'DBWrapper'. And I call this one from the Controller.
- I need to configure the __PACKAGE__ to avoid compile errors from DBI. Configuration data must be present. I do not understand it, because this info should be replaced from the info coming from the request.
- The ACCEPT_CONTEXT sub really executes. I see the required info printed in the log (THEALIAS comes from Fastcgi/Nginx custom variable)

In the end it always query the db named "database_one" configured here, but it ignores the dynamic one from ACCEPT_CONTEXT. I tried also static values, but obviously there is something that I am doing very bad

Really lost.

package the_application::Model::DBWrapper; use strict; use warnings; use parent 'Catalyst::Model::Factory::PerRequest'; __PACKAGE__->config( class => 'PWC::Model::DB', connect_info => { dsn => 'dbi:mysql:database_one:the_domain.com', user => 'the_user', password => 'the_password', AutoCommit => q{1}, } ); use Moose; use namespace::autoclean; sub ACCEPT_CONTEXT { my($self, $c) = @_; # Current db name comes from fastcgi enviromental variable from Ng +inx my $current_db = $c->engine->env->{THEALIAS}; $c->log->debug('*** Reached ACCEPT_CONTEXT current db = ' . $curre +nt_db); my $new = $self->meta->clone_object($self, connect_info => { dsn => 'dbi:mysql:' . $current_db . ':the_domain.com', user => 'the_user', password => 'the_password', AutoCommit => q{1}, } ); return $new; } 1;

In reply to Re^4: Change DBI database on runtime by miguelele
in thread Change DBI database on runtime by miguelele

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