Projects / DBIWrapper


The DBIWrapper is a Perl Module that provides for easier access to databases using DBI. It supports MySQL, PostgreSQL, and ODBC DBD modules. High level methods for reading, writing, commiting, and rolling back transactions to the database are provided. XML or DBI data structures can be used.

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Recent releases

  •  18 Oct 2005 07:10

    Release Notes: DBD::Sybase is now officially supported and the getData... methods (getDataArray, getDataArrayHeader, getDataHash, getDataHashHeader) all know how to properly handle the possible multiple result sets that Sybase can return. getID() was added for returning the ID of the last inserted row.

    •  01 Apr 2005 15:59

      Release Notes: This release adds a revamped error handling infrastructure modeled after the error handling in the Portal::Base code developed in the PCXPortal project.

      •  30 Jun 2004 20:48

        Release Notes: The major change is the addition of the readHTML() method, which returns an HTML snippet containing the output of the specified SQL select statement. The generated HTML is highly customizable via CSS. The minor changes are the addition of boolean support functions to convert from 1/0 to true/false.

        •  16 Mar 2004 22:35

          Release Notes: This release fixes some Debian packaging dependacy issues where it was suggesting the C versions of libdbd and libdbi, not the Perl versions. The read, readXML, write, and setError methods were updated to optionally accept a single argument and treat it as the major argument instead of requiring that every argument be passed by name. For read, readXML, and write, this argument is SQL. See the man page for more details.

          •  11 Oct 2002 20:53

            Release Notes: The error code handler in the XML modules that was only returning the first error reported (and not all errors) has been fixed.


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