No Fuss SQL Joins Without a Database

Tuesday Oct 1st 2002 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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Nigel McFarlance recently discovered the DBD::Sprite module, a database driver you can use when you don't have a database. DBD::Sprite can be a great alternative to costly database implementations, but its most obvious shortcoming is a failure to support SQL joins. In this article from Builder.com, Nigel discusses how to add SQL joins by coding directly in Perl.

[From Builder.com]

Nigel McFarlance recently discovered the DBD::Sprite module, a database driver you can use when you don't have a database. DBD::Sprite can be a great alternative to costly database implementations, but its most obvious shortcoming is a failure to support SQL joins. In this article from Builder.com, Nigel discusses how to add SQL joins by coding directly in Perl.

The complete article is available at http://builder.com.com/article.jhtml?id=u00320021002ben01.htm&vf=tt.


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