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Since things are kinda slow here at work I decided to play around with a new (for me) CPAN module DBIx::Class. In doing so I created a fairly simple/stupid application just to exercise the parts. Here is the main program:

#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use lib qq@/home/pberghold/tmp/foo@; use Traveller::DB::Schema; use Data::Dumper; my $schema = Traveller::DB::Schema->connect('DBI:mysql:database=dbixte +st', 'dbixtest','tsetxibd'); my $new_sector = $schema -> resultset('sector')->new({name=>'foregone' +}); $new_sector->insert();
(password above is not real!) and here is the schema module under ./Traveller/DB:
package Traveller::DB::Schema; use base qw/ DBIx::Class::Schema/; __PACKAGE__-> load_namespaces(); 1;
and lastly here is the result class:
package Traveller::DB::Result::Sector; use base qw/ DBIx::Class::Core /; __PACKAGE__ -> table('sector'); __PACKAGE__ -> add_columns(qw/ sector_id name / ); __PACKAGE__ -> set_primary_key('sector_id'); 1;
You might even notice that this follows the DBIx::Class documentation (tutorial?) pretty closely where only the names for things have been changed.

When I run the simple/stupid main program I get:

$ ./ DBIx::Class::Schema::resultset(): Can't find source for sector at ./tr line 11
I even tried using 'Sector' as the resultset name. Am I confused? It's always possible...

UPDATE: This is running under "perl 5, version 14, subversion 2 (v5.14.2) built for cygwin-thread-multi-64int"

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In reply to Is DBIx::Class borked or is it me? by blue_cowdawg

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