[cgiapp] OT: Rose vs DBIx

Ben Hitz hitz at genome.stanford.edu
Mon Dec 24 12:39:48 EST 2007


>

Yeah, well I started with Class::DBI... DBIx::Class allows you to  
chain relationships., which I am not sure DB::Rose does.

  We have a pretty elaborate schema.
But anyway... I am not switching.  Maybe next project (we have long  
term plans to make a very normalized schema, and layer application  
views on top of it, but that is down the road a ways).


Ben

>> From: "Ron Savage" <ron at savage.net.au>
>>> DBIx::Class: Errr, I would definitely have gone with Rose there...
>>
>> Which are the advantages of Rose?
>
> Just in case you can't find the msg I referred to in my previous post,
> the very syhort answer is:
> o Rose gives you a Perl-centric view of your data
> o The other mechanisms are all - AFAICT - row-centric
>
> In othr words, this means Rose effortlessly slips under Perl umbrella.
> -- 
> Ron Savage
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> http://savage.net.au/index.html
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