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NAME ^

Jifty::Plugin::Comment::Action::CreateComment - custom CreateComment that attaches the comment to the parent

DESCRIPTION ^

This is a specialized create action that attaches the comment to the parent object.

SCHEMA ^

parent_class

This is the parent model class. This class must use the Jifty::Plugin::Comment::Mixin::Model::Commented mixin.

parent_id

This is the ID of the object to attach the comment to.

title

This is the title the author of the comment has given it.

your_name

This is the name of the author of the comment.

web_site

This is the (optional) web site of the author of the comment.

email

This is the (optional) email address of the author of the comment.

body

This is the comment message.

published

This is true if the comment should be published or false if it is only visible to moderators.

created_on

This is the timestamp of the comment's creation.

status

This is string with either the value "spam" for a message that has been flagged as spam or "ham" for a message that is not spam.

http_referer

The referer claimed by the client.

http_user_agent

The user agent claimed by the client.

ip_addr

The IP address of the client.

METHODS ^

record_class

Returns the application's comment class.

parent

This converts the "parent_id" and "parent_class" arguments into an object.

take_action

Performs the work of attaching the comment to the parent object.

report_success

Reports success or the need for moderation of the message.

fetch_comment_cookie

Creating a comment this way causes a cookie named "COMMENT_REMEMBORY" to be stored on the client to remember the client's name, email, and web site choice for the next comment.

from_cookie

Loads the name, email, and web site from the stored cookie.

validate_title

Make sure a title is set.

validate_web_site

Make sure the web site given is valid.

validate_email

Make sure the email given is valid.

validate_body

Checks to see if the scrubbed HTML is the same as the given HTML to see if it will be changed on save and reports that to the client.

AUTHOR ^

Andrew Sterling Hanenkamp, <hanenkamp@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

Copyright 2008 Boomer Consulting, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

This program is free software and may be modified and distributed under the same terms as Perl itself.

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