Carl Franks > HTML-FormFu > HTML::FormFu::Inflator::CompoundDateTime

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NAME ^

HTML::FormFu::Inflator::CompoundDateTime - CompoundDateTime inflator

SYNOPSIS ^

    ---
    element:
      - type: Multi
        name: date
        
        elements:
          - name: day
          - name: month
          - name: year
        
        inflator:
          - type: CompoundDateTime

    # get the submitted value as a DateTime object
    
    my $date = $form->param_value('date');

DESCRIPTION ^

For use with a HTML::FormFu::Element::Multi group of fields.

Changes the input from several fields into a single DateTime value.

By default, expects the field names to be any of the following:

year
month
day
hour
minute
second
nanosecond
time_zone

METHODS ^

field_order

Arguments: \@order

If your field names doesn't follow the convention listed above, you must provide an arrayref containing the above names, in the order they correspond with your own fields.

    ---
    element:
      - type: Multi
        name: date
        
        elements:
          - name: m
          - name: d
          - name: y
        
        inflator:
          - type: CompoundDateTime
            field_order:
              - month
              - day
              - year

strptime

Arguments: \%args

Arguments: $string

Optional. Define the format that should be used if the DateTime object is stringified.

Accepts a hashref of arguments to be passed to "new" in DateTime::Format::Strptime. Alternatively, accepts a single string argument, suitable for passing to DateTime::Format::Strptime->new( pattern => $string ).

    ---
    inflator:
      - type: CompoundDateTime
        strptime:
          pattern: '%d-%b-%Y'
          locale: de

    ---
    inflator:
      - type: CompoundDateTime
        strptime: '%d-%m-%Y'

AUTHOR ^

Carl Franks

LICENSE ^

This library is free software, you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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