Provided by: libtangram-perl_2.12-1_all bug

NAME

       Tangram::Type::Array::Scalar - map Perl array of strings or numbers

SYNOPSIS

          use Tangram::Core;
          use Tangram::Type::Array::Scalar; # always

          $schema = Tangram::Schema->new(
             classes => { NaturalPerson => { fields => {

             flat_array =>
             {
                interests =>
                {
                   table => 'NP_int',
                   sql => 'VARCHAR(50)',
                },

                lucky_numbers => 'int', # use defaults
             }

DESCRIPTION

       Maps references to a Perl array. The persistent fields are grouped in a hash under the
       "array" key in the field hash.

       The array may contain only 'simple' scalars like integers, strings or real numbers. It may
       not contain references. For arrays of objects, see Tangram::Type::Array::FromMany and
       Tangram::Type::Array::FromOne.

       Tangram uses a table to save the state of the collection. The table has three columns,
       which contain

       ·   the id of the container object

       ·   the position of the element in the array

       ·   the value of the element

       The field names are passed in a hash that associates a field name with a field descriptor.
       The field descriptor may be either a hash or a string. The hash uses the following fields:

       ·   type

       ·   table

       ·   sql

       Optional field "type" specifies the type of the elements. If the type is "string"Tangram
       quotes the values as they are passed to the database.  Not specifying a "type" is exactly
       equivalent to specifying "string".

       Optional field "table" sets the name of the table that contains the elements. This
       defaults to 'C_F', where C is the class of the containing object and F is the field name.

       Optional field "sql" specifies the type that deploy() (see Tangram::Deploy) should use for
       the column containing the elements. If this field is not present, the SQL type is derived
       from the "type" field: if "type" is "string" (or is absent) VARCHAR(255) is used;
       otherwise, the "type" field is interpreted as a SQL type.

       If the descriptor is a string, it is interpreted as the value of the "type" field and all
       the other fields take the default value.