RET

Sydney, Australia

retco.com.au

Age: 46

$self->like( qw[ Perl Catalyst Informix Macs iOS 'old Holdens' ] ); # not necessarily in that order...

My background is in data warehousing (18 years or so) and more recently in building web-apps with a reporting flavour. I'm also responsible for OurCarClub, a web-based data management application for Car Clubs. It's built using perl, Catalyst, Template Toolkit, Class::DBI and MySQL, with more than a dash of jQuery.

OurCarClub.com.au

Sep
17
awarded Yearling
Aug
13
answered Query to retrieve data based on many composite keys
Aug
4
comment Extract TIME from DATETIME - informix
These suggestions are SQL Server syntax. Unfortunately, putting the sql tag in a question seems to attract SQL Server answers.
Aug
3
answered Iterate over hashref Template Toolkit
Jul
30
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Before Create in Active Record
Jul
30
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Unnamed function in JavaScript doesn't work
Jul
29
comment Perl - how to generate a tournament bracket HTML table
I'm glad you got it working, although I think the latter example is probably a better way to solve the problem. Generating HTML out of a Controller rather than in the View is less than optimal. Unless you've configured HTML::TableBracket as a TT plugin...?
Jul
29
answered Perl - how to generate a tournament bracket HTML table
Jul
25
answered NOT EXISTS query doesn't work on Informix while same query with NOT IN works
Jul
22
answered Not getting output via my stored procedure
Jul
17
comment How to handle requests in a small-medium perl project
Personally, I prefer Catalyst, but it does require installing roughly 50% of CPAN. One of the advantages of Mojolicious is that it's pretty much self-contained, and doesn't have dependencies much beyond core perl, if any.
Jul
16
answered Create time range table, or fill in empty dates in Informix SQL
Jul
15
answered Check constraint on date
Jul
14
answered concate column values using new line character informix
Jun
30
comment Perl Catalyst Catalyst::Controller::REST with HTML
Unless you're doing proper REST actions, I would not be inclined to add Catalyst::Controller::REST to the mix. It's trivial enough to return JSON without it: $c->body(encode_json($c->stash->{foo}));
Jun
30
answered Perl Catalyst Catalyst::Controller::REST with HTML
Jun
19
revised Passing Javascript Variable Into Template Toolkit Without Form
minor code corrections as per comments
Jun
19
comment Passing Javascript Variable Into Template Toolkit Without Form
I did say it was untested :-). I'll correct the answer to match the question. Glad to help.
Jun
19
answered Passing Javascript Variable Into Template Toolkit Without Form
Jun
4
answered sprintf function in Perl catalyst template
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