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DBIx::Class::InflateColumn::Serializer::JSON - JSON Inflator

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NAME

DBIx::Class::InflateColumn::Serializer::JSON - JSON Inflator

SYNOPSIS

  package MySchema::Table;
  use base 'DBIx::Class';
  __PACKAGE__->load_components('InflateColumn::Serializer', 'Core');
  __PACKAGE__->add_columns(
    'data_column' => {
      'data_type' => 'VARCHAR',
      'size'      => 255,
      'serializer_class'   => 'JSON',
      'serializer_options' => { allow_blessed => 1, convert_blessed => 1, pretty => 1 },    # optional
    }
  );
Then in your code...
  my $struct = { 'I' => { 'am' => 'a struct' };
  $obj->data_column($struct);
  $obj->update;
And you can recover your data structure with:
  my $obj = ...->find(...);
  my $struct = $obj->data_column;
The data structures you assign to "data_column" will be saved in the database in JSON format.
Any arguments included in "serializer_options" will be passed to the JSON::MaybeXS constructor, to be used by the JSON backend for both serializing and deserializing.
get_freezer
Called by DBIx::Class::InflateColumn::Serializer to get the routine that serializes the data passed to it. Returns a coderef.
get_unfreezer
Called by DBIx::Class::InflateColumn::Serializer to get the routine that deserializes the data stored in the column. Returns a coderef.
2017-01-21 perl v5.24.1