What do you mean by "model"? Other responses refer to the model as the ORM library being used, but I use the term differently. For me, the model is the package where I place my business logic. It is more than just the database access component - it includes validation, data transformation and everything that doesn't simply include receiving web input or sending a new page to the user. This means my command-line interfaces use the same models as the web interfaces, and know nothing about the web.
(BTW, I use DBIx::Class with my CGI::App apps)
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