On Mon, Jan 07, 2008 at 06:33:04PM -0600, Peter Karman wrote:
> See my other email re: this list not really being for RDG.

So noted.

> Bob McClure wrote on 1/7/08 6:11 PM:
> > I'm using Rose::DBx::Garden v0.09 (with Perl v5.8.5 on a Red Hat ES4
> > platform) and have read the man page for RDG, but I am still clueless
> > on how to use its products, which look neat.  I've read and reread the
> > RDBO::Tutorial, but, of course, it mentions nothing of the advanced
> > goodies that RDG generates.
> > 
> you've seen http://catalyst.perl.org/calendar/2007/7 I presume?

Yep.  I've had it bookmarked, but I was looking for something about
plain old RDG.  I will revisit it.

> > Is there a good RDG tutorial somewhere that I've missed in my web
> > search?
> > 
> Try:
> http://search.cpan.org/~karman/CatalystX-CRUD-0.22/lib/CatalystX/CRUD/Tutorial.pod
> which walks through most of the Controller/Model code that RDGC produces.

I think I found that earlier, but wasn't clear that it was going to
get me where I wanted to go.  I will take another look at it.  Thanks.

> > Or should I pursue another tool like CatalystX::CRUD?  I want to stay
> > with RDBO and have no interest in DBIC.
> > 
> CatalystX::CRUD is just a highlevel API. You can look at
> CatalystX::CRUD::Model::RDBO and CatalystX::CRUD::Controller::RHTMLO for 
> details
> on using the Rose implementations.

Thanks for your help.

> -- 
> Peter Karman  .  http://peknet.com/  .  [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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