Perl is a widely used and well known scripting and reporting language. Perl stored procedures have been available for many other database system for a long time but they are now available for use with MySQL.
See how easy it is to write a Perl stored procedure – no knowledge is required of the server internals and no need for cumbersome compile and build processes.
See how easy it is to generate dynamic SQL queries from within your stored procedure.
With greater flexibility than the native SQL stored procedure, you can return complex resultsets to the user, simply and easily.
Antony Curtis is an advocate of Open Source software and long-time user of alternative operating systems. His involvement with MySQL spans 10 years and he was a software developer for MySQL AB from 2003 to 2008. He currently lives in Los Angeles, working for Google Inc.
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