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Programming the Perl DBI /

by Descartes, Alligator [aut]; Bunce, Tim [aut].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Cmabridge, MA : O'Reilly, 2000Description: xvi, 346 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1565926994; 9781565926998.Subject(s): Perl (Computer program language) | Database managementOnline resources: Publisher description | Contributor biographical information | Table of contents only
Contents:
Preface. 1. Introduction From Mainframes to Workstations Perl DBI in the Real World A Historical Interlude and Standing Stones. 2. Basic Non-DBI Databases Storage Managers and Layers Query Languages and Data Functions Standing Stones and the Sample Database Flat-File Databases Putting Complex Data into Flat Files Concurrent Database Access and Locking DBM Files and the Berkeley Database Manager The MLDBM Module Summary. 3. SQL and Relational Databases The Relational Database Methodology Datatypes and NULL Values Querying Data Modifying Data Within Tables Creating and Destroying Tables. 4. Programming with the DBI DBI Architecture Handles Data Source Names Connection and Disconnection Error Handling Utility Methods and Functions. 5. Interacting with the Database Issuing Simple Queries Executing Non-SELECT Statements Binding Parameters to Statements Binding Output Columns do( ) Versus prepare( ) Atomic and Batch Fetching. 6. Advanced DBI Handle Attributes and Metadata Handling LONG/LOB Data Transactions, Locking, and Isolation. 7. ODBC and the DBI ODBC-Embraced and Extended DBI-Thrashed and Mutated The Nuts and Bolts of ODBC ODBC from Perl The Marriage of DBI and ODBC Questions and Choices Moving Between Win32::ODBC and the DBI And What About ADO? 8. DBI Shell and Database Proxying dbish-The DBI Shell Database Proxying A. DBI Specification B. Driver and Database Characteristics C. ASLaN Sacred Site Charter Index
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Preface. 1. Introduction From Mainframes to Workstations Perl DBI in the Real World A Historical Interlude and Standing Stones. 2. Basic Non-DBI Databases Storage Managers and Layers Query Languages and Data Functions Standing Stones and the Sample Database Flat-File Databases Putting Complex Data into Flat Files Concurrent Database Access and Locking DBM Files and the Berkeley Database Manager The MLDBM Module Summary. 3. SQL and Relational Databases The Relational Database Methodology Datatypes and NULL Values Querying Data Modifying Data Within Tables Creating and Destroying Tables. 4. Programming with the DBI DBI Architecture Handles Data Source Names Connection and Disconnection Error Handling Utility Methods and Functions. 5. Interacting with the Database Issuing Simple Queries Executing Non-SELECT Statements Binding Parameters to Statements Binding Output Columns do( ) Versus prepare( ) Atomic and Batch Fetching. 6. Advanced DBI Handle Attributes and Metadata Handling LONG/LOB Data Transactions, Locking, and Isolation. 7. ODBC and the DBI ODBC-Embraced and Extended DBI-Thrashed and Mutated The Nuts and Bolts of ODBC ODBC from Perl The Marriage of DBI and ODBC Questions and Choices Moving Between Win32::ODBC and the DBI And What About ADO? 8. DBI Shell and Database Proxying dbish-The DBI Shell Database Proxying A. DBI Specification B. Driver and Database Characteristics C. ASLaN Sacred Site Charter Index