foreach my $fk ($table->foreign_keys)
DESCRIPTIONA foreign key is an object defined by several properties. It represents a relationship from a column or columns in one table to a column or columns in another table.
This relationship is defined by its cardinality (one to one, one to many, or many to one) and its dependencies (whether or not table X is dependent on table Y, and vice versa).
Many to many relationships are not allowed. However, you may indicate such a relationship when using the Alzabo::Create::Schema->add_relation method method, and it will create the necessary intermediate linking table for you.
table_toReturns the relevant "Alzabo::Table" object.
columns_toReturns the relevant "Alzabo::Column" object(s) for the property as an array.
column_pairsReturns an array of array references. The references are to two column array of "Alzabo::Column" objects. These two columns correspond in the tables being linked together.
cardinalityReturns a two element array containing the two portions of the cardinality of the relationship. Each portion will be either '1' or 'n'.
to_is_dependentReturns a boolean value indicating whether there is a dependency from one table to the other.
is_many_to_oneReturns a boolean value indicating what kind of relationship the object represents.
is_same_relationship_as ($fk)Given a foreign key object, this returns true if the two objects represent the same relationship. However, the two objects may represent the same relationship from different table's points of view.
idReturns a string uniquely identifying the foreign key.
commentReturns the comment associated with the foreign key object, if any.
AUTHORDave Rolsky, <[email protected]>