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Short guide to DBI
The Perl DBI
Disk-based data structures (DBM)
Using a flat-file database in Perl
Dabbling in Live Databases: MySQL
Perl and The MiniSQL Server (mSQL)
A Short Guide to DBI
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Web developers often look for ways of speeding up the development process without spending thousands of dollars on additional software. This tutorial covers this important aspect in detail and teaches you to build an easy to use flat-file database in Perl and access it through a web page.



The Perl DBI is a perl module that allows Perl users to interact with different types of databases through a single API. This Database Independent can be used to talk to a MySQL database, an Oracle database and many more. This makes code much more...



This Short Guide to DBI teaches a beginner on how start using SQL and SQL driven databases from Perl. The main topics included in the article are general information about relational databases, SQL and what is DBI used for. In addition, it also...



As Perl and MySQL can be used together, thus, there is no reason why Perl and mSQL cannot be used together as well. It is shown in this tutorial that that they can be used together while using the same Perl module.



This article offers many Perl database management solutions that are quick to store and use Perl data structures to and from disk and yet have low overheads. This article is good for programmers who don't want to get tied up with a relational...



This article was developed in a Linux environment with MySQL 3.22 and caters to basic understanding of Perl, Unix/Linux, and databases in general. It focuses on setting up MySQL and assists in understanding its complexities. It also teaches the...



This article is a short guide to DBI (The Perl Database Interface Module). The article covers topics such as general information about relational databases, example of how to use DBI, Cached Queries, transactions and many more.