On Thu, Sep 13, 2007 at 10:58:08AM +0100, Ian Docherty wrote:
I have found a thread on DBIx-class mailing list that throws some light
on this using


This seems to solve the problem for putting such logic into the
Model/Schema but would it be better to put this type of logic into a
business logic layer? In which case how would I obtain a $schema object?
Would I have to then pass this as a parameter to the method?
The model -is- where your business logic lives.

The real question is whether your ORM should be directly in the model or
not, but that's a whole different thread.

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