Hi Brendan, we have a Catalyst App with about 100 dbix result classes defined in schema. We use dbix::journal for logging and want to use some tool for managing db migrations before rolling out that app.
We expected dbix::Class::migration to work out of the box with dbix::class::journal, but non of the journal classes shows off in the generated files, e.g. the 001-auto.sql So I guess this is a generic problem due to the way dbix::class::journal changes the schema when be instantiated. As Dbix::Class::Auditlog borrows code from that module I guess it might have the same problems. I guess that someone of the users here on the ML might also have such complex apps and I'd like to learn from their experiences and solutions :) Best greets, Mario Von: Brendan Byrd [mailto:p...@resonatorsoft.org] Gesendet: Samstag, 6. April 2013 04:23 An: DBIx::Class user and developer list Betreff: Re: [Dbix-class] WG: using DBIx::Class::Migration with Journal On Fri, Apr 5, 2013 at 3:58 PM, Mario Minati <mario.min...@minati.de<mailto:mario.min...@minati.de>> wrote: Hello, can anyone help? Von: Mario Minati [mailto:mario.min...@minati.de<mailto:mario.min...@minati.de>] Gesendet: Mittwoch, 3. April 2013 00:04 An: email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> Betreff: [Dbix-class] using DBIx::Class::Migration with Journal Hello, I'd like to combine the usage of DBIx::Class::Migration with DBIx::Class::Journal but setting up a test environment doesn't show the tables created from Journal. Is this a general problem that both modules do not work together or can this be healed by any extra params / settings? If DBIx::Class::Journal doesn't work is there maybe any other Journaling module that can be used with DBIx::Class::Migration? There isn't a lot of information here. What commands did you try? What is your environment? Where there any error messages? If I were to take a complete SWAG, it might partially to do with Journal's subclassing with DBIx::Class, but Migration doesn't seem to do the same thing, and I'm not familiar enough with the latter. I have used DBIx::Class::AuditLog in the past, so that might be an option to try out. -- Brendan Byrd <p...@resonatorsoft.org<mailto:p...@resonatorsoft.org>> Brendan Byrd <bb...@cpan.org<mailto:bb...@cpan.org>>
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