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Data::ObjectDriver::Profiler - Query profiling

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Data::ObjectDriver::Profiler - Query profiling


    my $profiler = Data::ObjectDriver->profiler;
    my $stats = $profiler->statistics;
    my $total = $stats->{'DBI:total_queries'};
    my $log = $profiler->query_log;



To turn on profiling, set $Data::ObjectDriver::PROFILE to a true value. Alternatively, you can set the DOD_PROFILE environment variable to a true value before starting your application.


Profiling is global to Data::ObjectDriver, so the Profiler object is a global instance variable. To get it, call Data::ObjectDriver->profiler, which returns a Data::ObjectDriver::Profiler object.


Returns a hash reference of statistics about the queries that have been executed.


Returns a reference to an array of SQL queries as they were handed off to DBI. This means that placeholder variables are not substituted, so you'll end up with queries in the query log like "SELECT title, difficulty FROM recipe WHERE recipe_id = ?".


Returns a reference to a hash containing, as keys, all of the SQL statements in the query log, where the value for each of the keys is a number representing the number of times the query was executed.


Resets the statistics and the query log.


Returns the total number of queries currently logged in the profiler.


Returns a string containing a pretty report of information about the current number of each type of query in the profiler (e.g. "SELECT", "INSERT").


Returns a string containing a pretty report of information about the current query frequency information in the profiler.
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