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DBIx::Custom::Model(3)User Contributed Perl DocumentatioDBIx::Custom::Model(3)

NAME
       DBIx::Custom::Model - Model object

SYNOPSIS
       use DBIx::Custom::Model;

       my $model = DBIx::Custom::Model->new(table => 'books');

ATTRIBUTES
   name
	 my $name = $model->name;
	 $model	= $model->name('book');

       Model name.

   table
	 my $table = $model->table;
	 $model	= $model->table('book');

       Table name, this	is passed to "insert", "update", "update_all",
       "delete", "delete_all", "select"	method.

   join
	 my $join = $model->join;
	 $model	= $model->join(
	   ['left outer	join company on	book.company_id	= company.id']
	 );

       Join clause, this value is passed to "select" method.

   dbi
	 my $dbi = $model->dbi;
	 $model	= $model->dbi($dbi);

       DBIx::Custom object.

   bind_type
	 my $type = $model->bind_type;
	 $model	= $model->bind_type(['image' =>	DBI::SQL_BLOB]);

       Database	data type, this	is used	as type	option of "insert", "update",
       "update_all", "delete", "delete_all", and "select" method

   mtime
	 my $mtime = $model->mtime;
	 $model	= $model->mtime('modified_time');

       Updated timestamp column, this is passed	to "update" method.

   ctime
	 my $ctime = $model->ctime;
	 $model	= $model->ctime('created_time');

       Create timestamp	column,	this is	passed to "insert" or "update" method.

   primary_key
	 my $primary_key = $model->primary_key;
	 $model	= $model->primary_key(['id', 'number']);

       Primary key,this	is passed to "insert", "update", "delete", and
       "select"	method.

METHODS
       DBIx::Custom::Model inherits all	methods	from Object::Simple, and you
       can use all methods of DBIx::Custom and DBI and implements the
       following new ones.

   delete
	 $model->delete(...);

       Same as "delete"	of DBIx::Custom	except that you	don't have to specify
       options if you set attribute in model.

   delete_all
	 $model->delete_all(...);

       Same as "delete_all" of DBIx::Custom except that	you don't have to
       specify options if you set attribute in model.

   insert
	 $model->insert(...);

       Same as "insert"	of DBIx::Custom	except that you	don't have to specify
       options if you set attribute in model.

   mycolumn
	 my $column = $self->mycolumn;
	 my $column = $self->mycolumn(book => ['author', 'title']);
	 my $column = $self->mycolumn(['author', 'title']);

       Create column clause for	myself.	The following column clause is
       created.

	 book.author as	author,
	 book.title as title

       If table	name is	omitted, "table" attribute of the model	is used.  If
       column names is omitted,	"columns" attribute of the model is used.

   new
	 my $model = DBIx::Custom::Model->new;

       Create a	DBIx::Custom::Model object.

   select
	 $model->select(...);

       Same as "select"	of DBIx::Custom	except that you	don't have to specify
       options if you set attribute in model.

   update
	 $model->update(...);

       Same as "update"	of DBIx::Custom	except that you	don't have to specify
       options if you set attribute in model.

   update_all
	 $model->update_all(\%param);

       Same as "update_all" of DBIx::Custom except that	you don't have to
       specify options if you set attribute in model.

perl v5.32.0			  2017-03-29		DBIx::Custom::Model(3)

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