[Dbix-class] Dynamically removing an auto-increment column
paikkos at googlemail.com
Tue Dec 8 20:22:46 GMT 2009
2009/12/8 Steve Bertrand <steve at ibctech.ca>:
> Hi everyone,
> I've just began using DBIx::Class late last week. Although I've got it
> doing pretty well everything I want, I'm quite overwhelmed by the amount
> of documentation, and hence, I'm having a hard time locating the
> solution to a specific issue.
> In normal mode, my software uses a MySQL Replicated setup, which is all
> well and good. In test mode, I use a Schema attached to an SQLite db.
> All reads work ok when switching back and forth, however any attempt to
> write break.
> For MySQL, I have to have the 'id' field populated with a null value
> when calling create(), and with SQLite, I have to remove the id field
> (auto incr).
> Instead of writing if/else code in all of the methods that do an insert
> to either include or exclude the id field, can someone advise on which
> docs I need to read to be able to dynamically remove the id field from
> the data I want to insert if SQLite is being used?
I don't want to feed you incorrect information here so hopefully
someone will confirm.
create, insert and populate do not need to be supplied a id (where id
is a Primary Key, with or without auto-increment). That is taken care
of by DBIx::Class::PK::Auto. You use id generally for search/find.
Omit the id from your hashref.
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