Eden Cardim > Catalyst-Plugin-SubRequest > Catalyst::Plugin::SubRequest

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NAME ^

Catalyst::Plugin::SubRequest - Make subrequests to actions in Catalyst

SYNOPSIS ^

    use Catalyst 'SubRequest';

    my $res_body = $c->subreq('/test/foo/bar', { template => 'magic.tt' });

    my $res_body = $c->subreq( {
       path            => '/test/foo/bar',
       body            => $body
    }, {
       template        => 'magic.tt'
    });

    # Get the full response object
    my $res = $c->subreq_res('/test/foo/bar', {
        template => 'mailz.tt'
    }, {
        param1   => 23
    });
    $c->log->warn( $res->content_type );

DESCRIPTION ^

Make subrequests to actions in Catalyst. Uses the catalyst dispatcher, so it will work like an external url call. Methods are provided both to get the body of the response and the full response (Catalyst::Response) object.

METHODS ^

subreq [path as string or hash ref], [stash as hash ref], [parameters as hash ref]
subrequest
sub_request

Takes a full path to a path you'd like to dispatch to.

If the path is passed as a hash ref then it can include body, action, match and path.

An optional second argument as hashref can contain data to put into the stash of the subrequest.

An optional third argument as hashref can contain data to pass as parameters to the subrequest.

Returns the body of the response.

subreq_res [path as string or hash ref], [stash as hash ref], [parameters as hash ref]
subrequest_response
sub_request_response

Like sub_request(), but returns a full Catalyst::Response object.

SEE ALSO ^

Catalyst.

AUTHORS ^

Marcus Ramberg, mramberg@cpan.org

Tomas Doran (t0m) bobtfish@bobtfish.net

MAINTAINERS ^

Eden Cardim (edenc) eden@insoli.de

THANK YOU ^

SRI, for writing the awesome Catalyst framework

MIYAGAWA, for writing the awesome Plack toolkit

COPYRIGHT ^

Copyright (c) 2005 - 2011 the Catalyst::Plugin::SubRequest "AUTHORS" as listed above.

LICENSE ^

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

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