User::Identity::Item - general base class for User::Identity
User::Identity::Item is extended by Mail::Identity User::Identity User::Identity::Archive User::Identity::Collection User::Identity::Location User::Identity::System
User::Identity::Item base class is extended into useful modules: it has no use by its own.
-Option --Default description undef name <required> parent undef
Free format description on the collected item.
A simple name for this item. Try to give a useful name in the context of the item time. Each time when you lookup items, you need to specify this name, so it should be unique and not to hard to handle in your program. For instance, when a person is addressed, you usually will give him/her this a nickname.
The encapsulating object: the object which collects this one.
Free format description on this item. Please do not add any significance to the content of this field: if you are in need for an extra attribute, please contact the author of the module to implement it, or extend the object to suit your needs.
The name of this item. Names are unique within a collection... a second object with the same name within any collection will destroy the already existing object with that name.
Changing the name of an item is quite dangerous. You probably want to call User::Identity::Collection::renameRole() instead.
The $role is added to the $collection. The $collection is the name of a collection, which will be created automatically with addCollection() if needed. The $collection can also be specified as existing collection object.
The $role is anything what is acceptable to User::Identity::Collection::addRole() of the collection at hand, and is returned. $role typically is a list of parameters for one role, or a reference to an array containing these values.
my $ui = User::Identity->new(...); my $home = $ui->add(location => [home => street => '27 Roadstreet', ...] ); my $work = $ui->add(location => work, tel => '+31-2231-342-13', ... ); my $travel = User::Identity::Location->new(travel => ...); $ui->add(location => $travel); my $system = User::Identity::Collection::System->new(...); $ui->add($system => 'localhost');
Add a new collection of roles to an item. This can be achieved in two ways: either create an User::Identity::Collection $object yourself and then pass that to this method, or supply all the %options needed to create such an object and it will be created for you. The object which is added is returned, and can be used for many methods directly.
For %options, see the specific type of collection. Additional options are listed below.
-Option--Default type <required>
The nickname of a collection class or the CLASS name itself of the object to be created. Required if an object has to be created. Predefined type nicknames are
my $me = User::Identity->new(...); my $locs = User::Identity::Collection::Locations->new(); $me->addCollection($locs); my $email = $me->addCollection(type => 'email'); my $email = $me->addCollection('email');
In scalar context the collection object with the $name is returned. In list context, all the roles within the collection are returned.
my @roles = $me->collection('email'); # list of collected items my @roles = $me->collection('email')->roles; # same of collected items my $coll = $me->collection('email'); # a User::Identity::Collection
Returns the parent of an Item (the enclosing item). This may return
undef if the object is stand-alone.
Returns a nice symbolic name for the type.
Go from this object to its parent, to its parent, and so on, until a User::Identity is found or the top of the object tree has been reached.
Returns the object with the specified $role within the named collection. The collection can be specified as name or object.
my $role = $me->find(location => 'work'); # one location my $role = $me->collection('location')->find('work'); # same my $email = $me->addCollection('email'); $me->find($email => 'work'); $email->find('work'); # same
The first argument is an object, but not of a class which extends User::Identity::Collection.
Either the specified $type does not exist, or that module named $class returns compilation errors. If the type as specified in the warning is not the name of a package, you specified a nickname which was not defined. Maybe you forgot the 'require' the package which defines the nickname.
The $class did compile, but it was not possible to create an object of that class using the options you specified.
If you add a collection, it must either by a collection object or a list of options which can be used to create a collection object. In the latter case, the type of collection must be specified.
You have to specify a name for each item. These names need to be unique within one collection, but feel free to give the same name to an e-mail address and a location.
The collection with $name does not exist and can not be created.
One used option is not defined. Check the manual page of the class to see which options are accepted.
More than one option is not defined.
This module is part of User-Identity distribution version 0.98, built on November 08, 2017.
Browseable manuals, papers, and other released material van be found at Website: http://perl.overmeer.net/userid/
The central modules (in separate distributions) in the MailBox suite are: Mail::Message, Mail::Box, Mail::Box::IMAP4, Mail::Box::POP3, Mail::Box::Parser::C, Mail::Box::Dbx (unpublished), Mail::Transport, Object::Realize::Later, and User::Identity.
Please post questions or ideas to the author email@example.com.
Copyrights 2003-2017 by [Mark Overmeer <firstname.lastname@example.org>]. For other contributors see Changes.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the Artistic license. See http://dev.perl.org/licenses/artistic.html