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NAME

       Rose::DB::Registry::Entry - Data source registry entry.

SYNOPSIS

         use Rose::DB::Registry::Entry;

         $entry = Rose::DB::Registry::Entry->new(
           domain   => 'production',
           type     => 'main',
           driver   => 'Pg',
           database => 'big_db',
           host     => 'dbserver.acme.com',
           username => 'dbadmin',
           password => 'prodsecret',
           server_time_zone => 'UTC');

         Rose::DB->register_db($entry);

         # ...or...

         Rose::DB->registry->add_entry($entry);

         ...

DESCRIPTION

       "Rose::DB::Registry::Entry" objects store information about a single Rose::DB data source.
       See the Rose::DB documentation for more information on data sources, and the
       Rose::DB::Registry documentation to learn how "Rose::DB::Registry::Entry" objects are
       managed.

       "Rose::DB::Registry::Entry" inherits from, and follows the conventions of, Rose::Object.
       See the Rose::Object documentation for more information.

CONSTRUCTOR

       new PARAMS
           Constructs a "Rose::DB::Registry::Entry" object based on PARAMS, where PARAMS are
           name/value pairs.  Any object method is a valid parameter name.

OBJECT METHODS

   GENERAL
       autocommit [VALUE]
           Get or set the value of the "AutoCommit" connect option.

       catalog [CATALOG]
           Get or set the database catalog name.  This setting is only relevant to databases that
           support the concept of catalogs.

       clone
           Returns a clone (i.e., deep copy) of the current object.

       connect_option NAME [, VALUE]
           Get or set the connect option named NAME.  Returns the current value of the connect
           option.

       connect_options [HASHREF | PAIRS]
           Get or set the options passed in a hash reference as the fourth argument to the call
           to "DBI->connect()".  See the "DBI" documentation for descriptions of the various
           options.

           If a reference to a hash is passed, it replaces the connect options hash.  If a series
           of name/value pairs are passed, they are added to the connect options hash.

           Returns a reference to the hash of options in scalar context, or a list of name/value
           pairs in list context.

       database [NAME]
           Get or set the database name.

       description [TEXT]
           A description of the data source.

       domain [DOMAIN]
           Get or set the data source domain.  Note that changing the "domain" after a registry
           entry has been added to the registry has no affect on where the entry appears in the
           registry.

       driver [DRIVER]
           Get or set the driver name.  The DRIVER argument is converted to lowercase before
           being set.

       dsn [DSN]
           Get or set the "DBI" DSN (Data Source Name).  Note that an explicitly set DSN may
           render some other attributes inaccurate.  For example, the DSN may contain a host name
           that is different than the object's current "host()" value.  I recommend not setting
           the DSN value explicitly unless you are also willing to manually synchronize (or
           ignore) the corresponding object attributes.

       dump
           Returns a reference to a hash of the entry's attributes.  Only those attributes with
           defined values are included in the hash keys.  All values are deep copies.

       host [NAME]
           Get or set the database server host name.

       password [PASS]
           Get or set the database password.

       port [NUM]
           Get or set the database server port number.

       pre_disconnect_sql [STATEMENTS]
           Get or set the SQL statements that will be run immediately before disconnecting from
           the database.  STATEMENTS should be a list or reference to an array of SQL statements.
           Returns a reference to the array of SQL statements in scalar context, or a list of SQL
           statements in list context.

       post_connect_sql [STATEMENTS]
           Get or set the SQL statements that will be run immediately after connecting to the
           database.  STATEMENTS should be a list or reference to an array of SQL statements.
           Returns a reference to the array of SQL statements in scalar context, or a list of SQL
           statements in list context.

       print_error [VALUE]
           Get or set the value of the "PrintError" connect option.

       raise_error [VALUE]
           Get or set the value of the "RaiseError" connect option.

       schema [SCHEMA]
           Get or set the database schema name.  This setting is only useful to databases that
           support the concept of schemas (e.g., PostgreSQL).

       server_time_zone [TZ]
           Get or set the time zone used by the database server software.  TZ should be a time
           zone name that is understood by "DateTime::TimeZone".  See the "DateTime::TimeZone"
           documentation for acceptable values of TZ.

       type [TYPE]
           Get or set the  data source type.  Note that changing the "type" after a registry
           entry has been added to the registry has no affect on where the entry appears in the
           registry.

       username [NAME]
           Get or set the database username.

   DRIVER-SPECIFIC ATTRIBUTES
       MySQL

       These attributes should only be used with registry entries where the driver is "mysql".

       mysql_auto_reconnect [BOOL]
           Get or set the mysql_auto_reconnect database handle attribute.  This is set directly
           on the dbh, if one exists.  Otherwise, it will be set when the dbh is created.  If no
           value for this attribute is defined (the default) then it will not be set when the dbh
           is created, deferring instead to whatever default value DBD::mysql chooses.

           Returns the value of this attribute in the dbh, if one exists, or the value that will
           be set when the dbh is next created.

           See the DBD::mysql documentation to learn more about this attribute.

       mysql_client_found_rows [BOOL]
           Get or set the mysql_client_found_rows database handle attribute.  This is set
           directly on the dbh, if one exists.  Otherwise, it will be set when the dbh is
           created.  If no value for this attribute is defined (the default) then it will not be
           set when the dbh is created, deferring instead to whatever default value DBD::mysql
           chooses.

           Returns the value of this attribute in the dbh, if one exists, or the value that will
           be set when the dbh is next created.

           See the DBD::mysql documentation to learn more about this attribute.

       mysql_compression [BOOL]
           Get or set the mysql_compression database handle attribute.  This is set directly on
           the dbh, if one exists.  Otherwise, it will be set when the dbh is created.  If no
           value for this attribute is defined (the default) then it will not be set when the dbh
           is created, deferring instead to whatever default value DBD::mysql chooses.

           Returns the value of this attribute in the dbh, if one exists, or the value that will
           be set when the dbh is next created.

           See the DBD::mysql documentation to learn more about this attribute.

       mysql_connect_timeout [BOOL]
           Get or set the mysql_connect_timeout database handle attribute.  This is set directly
           on the dbh, if one exists.  Otherwise, it will be set when the dbh is created.  If no
           value for this attribute is defined (the default) then it will not be set when the dbh
           is created, deferring instead to whatever default value DBD::mysql chooses.

           Returns the value of this attribute in the dbh, if one exists, or the value that will
           be set when the dbh is next created.

           See the DBD::mysql documentation to learn more about this attribute.

       mysql_embedded_groups [STRING]
           Get or set the mysql_embedded_groups database handle attribute.  This is set directly
           on the dbh, if one exists.  Otherwise, it will be set when the dbh is created.  If no
           value for this attribute is defined (the default) then it will not be set when the dbh
           is created, deferring instead to whatever default value DBD::mysql chooses.

           Returns the value of this attribute in the dbh, if one exists, or the value that will
           be set when the dbh is next created.

           See the DBD::mysql documentation to learn more about this attribute.

       mysql_embedded_options [STRING]
           Get or set the mysql_embedded_options database handle attribute.  This is set directly
           on the dbh, if one exists.  Otherwise, it will be set when the dbh is created.  If no
           value for this attribute is defined (the default) then it will not be set when the dbh
           is created, deferring instead to whatever default value DBD::mysql chooses.

           Returns the value of this attribute in the dbh, if one exists, or the value that will
           be set when the dbh is next created.

           See the DBD::mysql documentation to learn more about this attribute.

       mysql_enable_utf8 [BOOL]
           Get or set the mysql_enable_utf8 database handle attribute.  This is set directly on
           the dbh, if one exists.  Otherwise, it will be set when the dbh is created.  If no
           value for this attribute is defined (the default) then it will not be set when the dbh
           is created, deferring instead to whatever default value DBD::mysql chooses.

           Returns the value of this attribute in the dbh, if one exists, or the value that will
           be set when the dbh is next created.

           See the DBD::mysql documentation to learn more about this attribute.

       mysql_local_infile [STRING]
           Get or set the mysql_local_infile database handle attribute.  This is set directly on
           the dbh, if one exists.  Otherwise, it will be set when the dbh is created.  If no
           value for this attribute is defined (the default) then it will not be set when the dbh
           is created, deferring instead to whatever default value DBD::mysql chooses.

           Returns the value of this attribute in the dbh, if one exists, or the value that will
           be set when the dbh is next created.

           See the DBD::mysql documentation to learn more about this attribute.

       mysql_multi_statements [BOOL]
           Get or set the mysql_multi_statements database handle attribute.  This is set directly
           on the dbh, if one exists.  Otherwise, it will be set when the dbh is created.  If no
           value for this attribute is defined (the default) then it will not be set when the dbh
           is created, deferring instead to whatever default value DBD::mysql chooses.

           Returns the value of this attribute in the dbh, if one exists, or the value that will
           be set when the dbh is next created.

           See the DBD::mysql documentation to learn more about this attribute.

       mysql_read_default_file [STRING]
           Get or set the mysql_read_default_file database handle attribute.  This is set
           directly on the dbh, if one exists.  Otherwise, it will be set when the dbh is
           created.  If no value for this attribute is defined (the default) then it will not be
           set when the dbh is created, deferring instead to whatever default value DBD::mysql
           chooses.

           Returns the value of this attribute in the dbh, if one exists, or the value that will
           be set when the dbh is next created.

           See the DBD::mysql documentation to learn more about this attribute.

       mysql_read_default_group [STRING]
           Get or set the mysql_read_default_group database handle attribute.  This is set
           directly on the dbh, if one exists.  Otherwise, it will be set when the dbh is
           created.  If no value for this attribute is defined (the default) then it will not be
           set when the dbh is created, deferring instead to whatever default value DBD::mysql
           chooses.

           Returns the value of this attribute in the dbh, if one exists, or the value that will
           be set when the dbh is next created.

           See the DBD::mysql documentation to learn more about this attribute.

       mysql_socket [STRING]
           Get or set the mysql_socket database handle attribute.  This is set directly on the
           dbh, if one exists.  Otherwise, it will be set when the dbh is created.  If no value
           for this attribute is defined (the default) then it will not be set when the dbh is
           created, deferring instead to whatever default value DBD::mysql chooses.

           Returns the value of this attribute in the dbh, if one exists, or the value that will
           be set when the dbh is next created.

           See the DBD::mysql documentation to learn more about this attribute.

       mysql_ssl [BOOL]
           Get or set the mysql_ssl database handle attribute.  This is set directly on the dbh,
           if one exists.  Otherwise, it will be set when the dbh is created.  If no value for
           this attribute is defined (the default) then it will not be set when the dbh is
           created, deferring instead to whatever default value DBD::mysql chooses.

           Returns the value of this attribute in the dbh, if one exists, or the value that will
           be set when the dbh is next created.

           See the DBD::mysql documentation to learn more about this attribute.

       mysql_ssl_ca_file [STRING]
           Get or set the mysql_ssl_ca_file database handle attribute.  This is set directly on
           the dbh, if one exists.  Otherwise, it will be set when the dbh is created.  If no
           value for this attribute is defined (the default) then it will not be set when the dbh
           is created, deferring instead to whatever default value DBD::mysql chooses.

           Returns the value of this attribute in the dbh, if one exists, or the value that will
           be set when the dbh is next created.

           See the DBD::mysql documentation to learn more about this attribute.

       mysql_ssl_ca_path [STRING]
           Get or set the mysql_ssl_ca_path database handle attribute.  This is set directly on
           the dbh, if one exists.  Otherwise, it will be set when the dbh is created.  If no
           value for this attribute is defined (the default) then it will not be set when the dbh
           is created, deferring instead to whatever default value DBD::mysql chooses.

           Returns the value of this attribute in the dbh, if one exists, or the value that will
           be set when the dbh is next created.

           See the DBD::mysql documentation to learn more about this attribute.

       mysql_ssl_cipher [STRING]
           Get or set the mysql_ssl_cipher database handle attribute.  This is set directly on
           the dbh, if one exists.  Otherwise, it will be set when the dbh is created.  If no
           value for this attribute is defined (the default) then it will not be set when the dbh
           is created, deferring instead to whatever default value DBD::mysql chooses.

           Returns the value of this attribute in the dbh, if one exists, or the value that will
           be set when the dbh is next created.

           See the DBD::mysql documentation to learn more about this attribute.

       mysql_ssl_client_cert [STRING]
           Get or set the mysql_ssl_client_cert database handle attribute.  This is set directly
           on the dbh, if one exists.  Otherwise, it will be set when the dbh is created.  If no
           value for this attribute is defined (the default) then it will not be set when the dbh
           is created, deferring instead to whatever default value DBD::mysql chooses.

           Returns the value of this attribute in the dbh, if one exists, or the value that will
           be set when the dbh is next created.

           See the DBD::mysql documentation to learn more about this attribute.

       mysql_ssl_client_key [STRING]
           Get or set the mysql_ssl_client_key database handle attribute.  This is set directly
           on the dbh, if one exists.  Otherwise, it will be set when the dbh is created.  If no
           value for this attribute is defined (the default) then it will not be set when the dbh
           is created, deferring instead to whatever default value DBD::mysql chooses.

           Returns the value of this attribute in the dbh, if one exists, or the value that will
           be set when the dbh is next created.

           See the DBD::mysql documentation to learn more about this attribute.

       mysql_use_result [BOOL]
           Get or set the mysql_use_result database handle attribute.  This is set directly on
           the dbh, if one exists.  Otherwise, it will be set when the dbh is created.  If no
           value for this attribute is defined (the default) then it will not be set when the dbh
           is created, deferring instead to whatever default value DBD::mysql chooses.

           Returns the value of this attribute in the dbh, if one exists, or the value that will
           be set when the dbh is next created.

           See the DBD::mysql documentation to learn more about this attribute.

       PostgreSQL

       These attributes should only be used with registry entries where the driver is "pg".

       european_dates [BOOL]
           Get or set the boolean value that determines whether or not dates are assumed to be in
           european dd/mm/yyyy format.  The default is to assume US mm/dd/yyyy format (because
           this is the default for PostgreSQL).

           This value will be passed to DateTime::Format::Pg as the value of the "european"
           parameter in the call to the constructor "new()".  This DateTime::Format::Pg object is
           used by Rose::DB::Pg to parse and format date-related column values in methods like
           parse_date, format_date, etc.

       pg_enable_utf8 [BOOL]
           Get or set the pg_enable_utf8 database handle attribute.  This is set directly on the
           dbh, if one exists.  Otherwise, it will be set when the dbh is created.  If no value
           for this attribute is defined (the default) then it will not be set when the dbh is
           created, deferring instead to whatever default value DBD::Pg chooses.

           Returns the value of this attribute in the dbh, if one exists, or the value that will
           be set when the dbh is next created.

           See the DBD::Pg documentation to learn more about this attribute.

       sslmode [MODE]
           Get or set the SSL mode of the connection.  Valid values for MODE are "disable",
           "allow", "prefer", and "require".  See the DBD::Pg documentation to learn more about
           this attribute.

       SQLite

       These attributes should only be used with registry entries where the driver is "sqlite".

       auto_create [BOOL]
           Get or set a boolean value indicating whether or not a new SQLite database should be
           created if it does not already exist.  Defaults to true.

           If false, and if the specified database does not exist, then a fatal error will occur
           when an attempt is made to connect to the database.

AUTHOR

       John C. Siracusa (siracusa@gmail.com)

LICENSE

       Copyright (c) 2010 by John C. Siracusa.  All rights reserved.  This program is free
       software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.