Provided by: libsql-translator-perl_0.11010-1_all bug

NAME

       SQL::Translator::Schema::Procedure - SQL::Translator procedure object

SYNOPSIS

         use SQL::Translator::Schema::Procedure;
         my $procedure  = SQL::Translator::Schema::Procedure->new(
             name       => 'foo',
             sql        => 'CREATE PROC foo AS SELECT * FROM bar',
             parameters => 'foo,bar',
             owner      => 'nomar',
             comments   => 'blah blah blah',
             schema     => $schema,
         );

DESCRIPTION

       "SQL::Translator::Schema::Procedure" is a class for dealing with stored procedures (and
       possibly other pieces of nameable SQL code?).

METHODS

   new
       Object constructor.

         my $schema = SQL::Translator::Schema::Procedure->new;

   parameters
       Gets and set the parameters of the stored procedure.

         $procedure->parameters('id');
         $procedure->parameters('id', 'name');
         $procedure->parameters( 'id, name' );
         $procedure->parameters( [ 'id', 'name' ] );
         $procedure->parameters( qw[ id name ] );

         my @parameters = $procedure->parameters;

   name
       Get or set the procedure's name.

         $procedure->name('foo');
         my $name = $procedure->name;

   sql
       Get or set the procedure's SQL.

         $procedure->sql('select * from foo');
         my $sql = $procedure->sql;

   order
       Get or set the order of the procedure.

         $procedure->order( 3 );
         my $order = $procedure->order;

   owner
       Get or set the owner of the procedure.

         $procedure->owner('nomar');
         my $sql = $procedure->owner;

   comments
       Get or set the comments on a procedure.

         $procedure->comments('foo');
         $procedure->comments('bar');
         print join( ', ', $procedure->comments ); # prints "foo, bar"

   schema
       Get or set the procedures's schema object.

         $procedure->schema( $schema );
         my $schema = $procedure->schema;

   equals
       Determines if this procedure is the same as another

         my $isIdentical = $procedure1->equals( $procedure2 );

AUTHORS

       Ken Youens-Clark <kclark@cshl.org>, Paul Harrington <Paul-Harrington@deshaw.com>.