Database Modules Perl Languages

Designed to facilitate easier access to databases using DBI. High level methods for reading, writing, committing and rolling back transactions are provided.

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See Also:
  • DBD::MySQL - Basic abstraction layer for working with databases in Perl, a driver for using MySQL with DBI and a pure-Perl implementation of the MySQL client-server protocol.
  • - A Perl module that enables Perl scripts to database access the perl Butler SQL database. Currently, this only database works on Macs, so perl this will only be database useful with MacPerl.
  • DBIx::Browse - Designed to facilitate the browsing (INSERT, UPDATE and modules DELETE) of modules related database tables. With demonstration.
  • Survey of DBI Wrappers - Reviews and tabulates the features for many of the DBI modules wrapper modules available on CPAN.
  • libsite-db-perl - Provides basic and easy database-connectivity through both URLs and standard modules DBD-parameters. Provides a tarball download.
  • DBIx::Password - Allows creation of a global password file for database DB passwords.
  • Class::DBI - Provides a convenient abstraction layer to a database.
  • MSSQL::DBlib & MSSQL::Sqllib - Two Perl classes for accessing Microsoft SQL Server perl from Perl from MS Windows only.
  • CPAN: Database Interfaces - Listing of modules and their corresponding documentation.
  • DBIWrapper - Designed to facilitate easier access to databases using modules DBI. High modules level methods for reading, writing, committing modules and rolling back transactions modules are provided.
  • The Poop Scoop - A review of the various modules available for modules Perl Object-Oriented modules Persistence (POOP), including RDBMS-OO mappers.
  • DBD::MVS_FTPSQL - CPAN DBI driver for IBM DB2 mainframe databases perl through an IBM FTP server. Includes documentation, perl examples and downloads.
  • - A Perl module used for the connection, retrieval modules and storage perl of data from various database applications.

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