I do not see how my 2 statements contradict to each other. I was searching for some existing solution (catalyst or dancer of whatever)
and I do not want to reimplement "server side processing" - I want to reuse something that already exists.
how these 2 statements contradict to each other?
my SQL statement is simple: SELECT * from MYTABLE
Do you have perl solution with datatables with excel-like sorting and filtering, given that MYTABLE is large enough so it is not realistic to send entire table to client?
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