[Dbix-class] DBIx::Class or Rose::DB::Object or other???

Guillermo Roditi groditi at gmail.com
Tue Jun 6 20:55:13 CEST 2006

I am using both at the moment because i have not yet made my final choice..

RDBO is kind of amazing, and it's loader application will save you tons of
time, DBIx::Class also has a handy loader, but it's not yet as advanced as
RDBO's. From what I have personally gathered though, the result set object
in DBIC kicks ass like nothing else

On 6/6/06, Kurt Hansen <khansen at charityweb.net> wrote:
> Hello,
> Last summer, I started developing new applications using Class::DBI
> rather than my own home grown DBI modules.
> A few weeks ago, I saw a reference on the mod_perl list to the benchmark
> page:
> http://rose.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/RDBO/Benchmark
> Rather than sticking with Class::DBI, I am looking to switch to
> Rose::DB::Object or DBIx::Class or (maybe there is some other out
> there??). I'm trying to understand what the differences are and which
> are relevant for my environment. So far, this is what I've picked up
> (yes a bit slim):
> 1. RDBO is faster.
> 2. DBIC has a Class::DBI compatibility layer that will make the
> transition from CDBI easier
> Any other key things I should note? Also, will the speed advantage of
> RDBO be maintained, or are both such young modules that it's hard to say
> where the speed advantage will end up?
> I develop using HTML::Mason in a mod_perl environment. My db management
> system is MySQL, and the databases being developed are normalized with
> multiple foreign keys.
> I figure that if I had asked this question a year ago on the CDBI list,
> I probably would be ahead of the game now with either RDBO or DBIC. ;-)
> I'll do my best to summarize the responses and put them on both lists
> for future reference; I'm sure it is a question others have.
> Thanks for your attention.
> Take care,
> Kurt Hansen
> khansen at charityweb.net
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