DBD::cubrid is a CUBRID Perl driver that implements Perl5 Database Interface (DBI) to enable access to CUBRID database server. It provides full API support.
CUBRID Perl driver is written based on CCI API so affected by CCI configurations such as CCI_DEFAULT_AUTOCOMMIT.
The database connection in thread-based programming must be used independently each other.
In autocommit mode, the transaction is not committed if all results are not fetched after running the SELECT statement. Therefore, although in autocommit mode, you should end the transaction by executing COMMIT or ROLLBACK if some error occurs during fetching for the resultset.
Installing and Configuring Perl¶
Perl: It is recommended to use an appropriate version of Perl based on your system environment. For example, all Linux and FreeBSD distributions come with Perl. For Windows, ActivePerl is recommended. For details, see https://www.activestate.com/products/perl/ .
CUBRID: To build CUBRID Perl driver, you need to get the CCI driver. You can get it from installing CUBRID. You can download the CUBRID Perl driver’s source code from https://www.cubrid.org/downloads .
C compiler: In most cases, there are binary distributions of DBD::cubrid ( https://www.cubrid.org/downloads#perl ) available. However, if you want to build the driver from source code, a C compiler is required. Make sure to use the same C compiler that was used for compiling Perl and CUBRID. Otherwise, you will encounter problems because of differences in the underlying C runtime libraries.
For building CCI Driver In Linux, GNU Developer Toolset 8 or higher is required.
Comprehensive Perl Archive Network (CPAN) Installation
You can automatically install the driver from source code by using the CPAN module.
If you are using the CPAN module for the first time, it is recommended to accept default settings.
If you are using an older version, you might enter the command line below, instead of command line above.
perl -MCPAN -e shell
If you cannot get the CPAN module, you should download the DBD::cubrid source code. The latest version is always available below:
The file name is typically something like this: DBD-cubrid-X.X.X.tar.gz. After extracting the archive, enter the command line below under the DBD-cubrid-X.X.X directory. (On Windows, you may need to replace make with nmake or dmake.)
If test seems to look fine, execute the command to build a driver.
Currently, CUBRID Perl driver provides only basic features and does not support LOB type and column information verification.
If you want to get details about CUBRID Perl driver API, see http://ftp.cubrid.org/CUBRID_Docs/Drivers/Perl/.