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DBIx::Class::Manual(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation DBIx::Class::Manual(3pm)
DBIx::Class::Manual - Index of the Manual
This is the DBIx::Class users manual. DBIx::Class is a SQL->OOP mapper. This means that it can represent your SQL tables as perl classes,
and give you convenient accessors and methods for retrieving and updating information from your SQL database.
Short answers and doc pointers to questions.
Explanations of terms used in this documentation.
Beginner guide to using DBIx::Class.
An example of slightly more complex usage.
How to translate known SQL JOINs into DBIx-Class-ish.
Convenient recipes for DBIC usage.
How to read (and write) the reference documentation.
Lists of modules by task to help you find the correct document.
Got trouble? Let us shoot it for you.
If you're using the CDBI Compat layer, we suggest reading the Class::DBI documentation. It should behave the same way.
Existing components, and documentation and example on how to develop new ones.
perl v5.14.2 2010-09-13 DBIx::Class::Manual(3pm)