SPOPS::Import::DBI::TableTransform::Pg - Table transformations for PostgreSQL
my $table = qq/ CREATE TABLE blah ( id %%INCREMENT%% primary key, name varchar(50) ) /; my $transformer = SPOPS::Import::DBI::TableTransform->new( 'pg' ); $transformer->increment( \$table ); print $table; # Output: # CREATE TABLE blah ( id INT primary key, # name varchar(50) )
PostgreSQL-specific type conversions for the auto-increment and other field types.
Returns 'INT NOT NULL' -- relying on the sequence autocreated by 'SERIAL' can get you into trouble since long table names get truncated. Just create your own sequence and specify it in the 'sequence_name' key of your object config (see SPOPS::DBI::Pg).
Add hook for extra statement
Since PostgreSQL supports a sequence-based increment type, think about adding a hook for an extra statement to be registered and modifying '%%INCREMENT%%' to be 'INT NOT NULL' and the extra statement to create a sequence of a given name.
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