minimalist stored procedure mapper based on LedgerSMB's DBObject
DescriptionPGObject::Simple is a minimalist framework for mapping stored procedures in PostgreSQL to object methods. The framework is truly minimalist and hence the "Simple" designation (in fact the module contains less than 50 lines of code, and the code is dwarfed by both POD and test cases). It is intended to be of use for developers wishing for such a minimalist framework and those who may want to have a reference for how to build such a mapping framework themselves. The framework lends itself to a few specific antipatterns. Objects can become ill-formed, overly nebulous, or the like. It is thus very important when using this for actual development to ensure that acceptable data structures are well documented and that these are adhered to. This module is based on a simple idea, namely that stored procedures can tell application classes how to call them. See the POD for specific information and guidelines.
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