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DBIx::Simple::Comparison(3)    User Contributed Perl Documentation    DBIx::Simple::Comparison(3)

NAME
       DBIx::Simple::Comparison - DBIx::Simple in DBI jargon

DESCRIPTION
       This is just a simple and inaccurate overview of what DBI things the DBIx::Simple things
       represent, or the other way around.

       This document can be useful to find the foo equivalent of bar.

       "?" means that DBI doesn't have an equivalent or that I couldn't find one.

       "=" means that DBIx::Simple provides a direct wrapper to the DBI function.

       "~" means that DBIx::Simple's method does more or less the same, but usually in a more
       high level way: context sensitive, combining things, automatically taking care of
       something.

       Note that DBIx::Simple is a wrapper around DBI. It is not "better" than DBI. In fact,
       DBIx::Simple cannot work without DBI.

       Using DBI directly is always faster than using DBIx::Simple's equivalents. (For the
       computer, that is. For you, DBIx::Simple is supposed to be faster.)

   Classes, common names
	use DBI       ~  use DBIx::Simple

	$DBI::errstr  =  DBIx::Simple->error

	DBI::db       ~  DBIx::Simple
	$dbh	      ~  $db
	$dbh->errstr  =  $db->error

	connect       ~  connect
	connect       ~  new

	DBI::st       ~  DBIx::Simple::Result
	<undef>       ~  DBIx::Simple::Dummy
	$sth	      ~  $result

   Queries
       DBI

	my $sth = $dbh->prepare_cached($query);
	$sth->execute(@values);

       ~ DBIx::Simple

	my $result = $db->query($query, $values);

   Results
	DBI			     DBIx::Simple

	bind_columns		  ~  bind

	fetchrow_arrayref/fetch   =  fetch
	fetchrow_array		  ~  list
	*1			  ~  flat
	[@{fetchrow_arrayref}]	  =  array
	fetchall_arrayref	  ~  arrays
	fetchrow_hashref() *2*3   =  hash
	fetchall_arrayref({}) *4  ~  hashes

	fetchall_hashref *2	  =  map_hashes
	?			  ?  map_arrays
	fetchall_hashref(1) *2	  =  map

	$sth->{NAME_lc/NAME}	  =  $result->columns

       *1 There's no fetch variant, but you can do "{ @{ $dbh->selectcol_arrayref('SELECT ...', {
       Slice => [] }) } }".

       *2 To receive the keys (column names) lowercased, use "$db->{FetchHashKeyName} =
       'NAME_lc'". DBIx::Simple lower cases them by default.

       *3 Or supply an argument, 'NAME_lc'.

       *4 No, arrayref isn't a typo. When supplied an empty hash reference, DBI's
       fetchall_arrayref actually returns hashrefs. This DBI method does not support lower casing
       of keys, DBIx::Simple does.

   Direct access
	DBI		    DBIx::Simple

	$dbh		 =  $db->dbh
	$sth->{$foo}	 =  $result->attr($foo)

	func		 =  func

	begin_work	 =  begin_work
	commit		 =  commit
	rollback	 =  rollback
	last_insert_id	 =  last_insert_id
	rows		 =  rows

	disconnect	 ~  disconnect
	finish		 ~  finish

   DBIx::Simple specific (?)
	keep_statements
	lc_columns
	iquery (via SQL::Interp)
	select, insert, update, delete (via SQL::Abstract)
	abstract (via SQL::Abstract)
	flat
	hashes
	map_arrays
	map

AUTHOR
       Juerd Waalboer <juerd@cpan.org> <http://juerd.nl/>

SEE ALSO
       DBI, DBIx::Simple

perl v5.16.3				    2010-12-03		      DBIx::Simple::Comparison(3)
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