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one thing about CDBI's lack of joins is that classes can have relationships mapped to other classes that live in other databases. do you know how DBIC handles this (i.e., transparently?)?

(aside: one thing that bugs me about the various ORM solutions is that they want to handle their own db connections and want me to provide DSNs instead of $dbhs. with CDBI this is relatively easy to get around by overriding My::CDBI->db_Main(). is it that easy with RDBO or DBIC?)


In reply to Re^2: Why did DBIC overtake CDBI? by mreece
in thread Why did DBIC overtake CDBI? by mattr

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