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DBIx::Class::Exception
Exception objects for DBIx::Class

DBIx::Class::Exception - Exception objects for DBIx::Class


NAME

DBIx::Class::Exception - Exception objects for DBIx::Class


DESCRIPTION

Exception objects of this class are used in internally by he default error handling of throw_exception in the DBIx::Class::Schema manpage to prevent confusing and/or redundant re-application of Carp's stack trace information.

These objects stringify to the contained error message, and use overload fallback to give natural boolean/numeric values.


METHODS

throw

Arguments: $exception_scalar, $stacktrace

This is meant for internal use by the DBIx::Class manpage's throw_exception code, and shouldn't be used directly elsewhere.

Expects a scalar exception message. The optional argument $stacktrace tells it to use Carp/longmess instead of croak in the Carp::Clan manpage.


  DBIx::Class::Exception->throw('Foo');

  eval { ... }; DBIx::Class::Exception->throw($@) if $@;

rethrow

This method provides some syntactic sugar in order to re-throw exceptions.


AUTHORS

Brandon L. Black <blblack@gmail.com>


LICENSE

You may distribute this code under the same terms as Perl itself.

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