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Id: 47773
Status: open
Priority: 0/
Queue: Coat-Persistent

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Requestors: sukria [...] sukria.net
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Severity: Important
Broken in: 0.210
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Subject: Provide a way to bypass DBIx::Sequence
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In the current version, Coat::Persistent always relies on DBIx::Sequence for handling primary keys sequences. That's good, but the user should be able to disable this if he'd rather use the internal sequence system of the DB engine (like MySQL autoincrement or Postgres sequences). Something like that would be great: Coat::Persistent->disable_internal_sequencer(); If this is called, DBIx::Sequence is no more used, for getting a next ID for a primary key, and the value is omitted in the insertions, then the underlying DB engine takes care of it.


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