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DBIx::Class::Helper::Schema::Verifier::RelationshipColumnName - Verify that

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DBIx::Class::Helper::Schema::Verifier::RelationshipColumnName - Verify that relationships and column names are distinct


 package MyApp::Schema;


"DBIx::Class::Helper::Schema::Verifier::RelationshipColumnName" verifies that none of your columns have the same name as a relationship. If you create a relationship that has the same name as a column, to access the column you will be forced to use "get_column", additionally it is just confusing having them be the same name. What I tend to do is define the columns to be something like "user_id" and have the relationship then be simply "user".


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2017-07-03 perl v5.24.1