I apologise. I lost sight of the purpose and content of your OP as the thread progressed over time.
There are one or two sub-threads where you are counter-arguing assertions made by others in which you appeared to be arguing the case for things like Class::DBI and Class::Tables etc., and condeming the use of SPs, triggers and views.
Re-reading the entire thread in sequence and context, I now realise that whilst you did argue the case against the latter, it was not in support of the former.
My accusation was unfounded, based on my memory of what I thought you had said over several posts over several days, instead of what you actually said and the context in which you said it.
For allowing my own prejudices on the subject, to cause me to confuse the leaves of thread, for the trunk of the argument. Again, I apologise.
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