Provided by: libsql-translator-perl_0.11024-1_all bug


       SQL::Translator::Producer::Dumper - SQL Dumper producer for SQL::Translator


         use SQL::Translator::Producer::Dumper;


           db_user         Database username
           db_password     Database password
           dsn             DSN for DBI
           mysql_loadfile  Create MySQL's LOAD FILE syntax instead of INSERTs
           skip=t1[,t2]    Skip tables in comma-separated list
           skiplike=regex  Skip tables in comma-separated list


       This producer creates a Perl script that can connect to a database and dump the data as
       INSERT statements (a la mysqldump) or as a file suitable for MySQL's LOAD DATA command.
       If you enable "add-truncate" or specify tables to "skip" (also using the "skiplike"
       regular expression) then the generated dumper script will leave out those tables.
       However, these will also be options in the generated dumper, so you can wait to specify
       these options when you dump your database.  The database username, password, and DSN can
       be hardcoded into the generated script, or part of the DSN can be intuited from the
       "database" argument.


       Ken Youens-Clark <>.