App::CPRReporter - Application to merge various datasets info an overview of who followed CPR training (cardiopulmonary resuscitation, the use of rescue breathing and chest compressions to help a person whose breathing and heartbeat have stopped)
my $object = App::CPRReporter->new(parameter => 'text.txt');
This application parses various datasets and fuses the information to generate an overview of who followed the theoretical part and the practical part of a course on CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation, the use of rescue breathing and chest compressions to help a person whose breathing and heartbeat have stopped).
More specifically, this application was written to take into account the following information:
This application solves two problems, firstly it automates the task of generating an overview of what people in what group already followed training and who not. Secondly, the application also automates name resolving. The two Excel documents are generated by the personel department and hence should have to correct names. However, the XML document is filled with user-typed input. Hence the name matching between all datasets needs do be done taking into account typos, inverse input, shortened names, ...
This constructor returns a new App::CPRReporter object. Supported parameters are listed below
The filename of the Excel document (Office 2007 format) with a full list of people that should follow the course.
The filename of the XML document extracted from the training software.
The filename of the Excel document (Office 2007 format) with an overview of people that followed the theoretical trainging.
Run the application and print out the result.
Helper function to run custome code after the object has been created by Moose.
Currently, the application prints output to STDOUT in a CSV format. Future versions could write to Excel immediately.
Lieven Hollevoet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This software is copyright (c) 2013 by Lieven Hollevoet.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.