Net::Dynect::REST - A REST implementation to communicate with Dynect
use Net::Dynect::REST my $dynect = Net::Dynect::REST->new(); $dynect->login(user_name => $user, customer_name => $customer, password => $password;
This constructor will return an object, and can optionally attempt to establish a session if sufficient authentication details are passed as parameters. It takes the optional arguments of:
A numeric debug level, where 0 is silent, 1 is standard output, and higher gives more details.
This will attempt to create a valid Session object by forming and sending a login request, and parsing the response. Parameters are:
If we have a valid session, then this will try and perform a logout against Dynect, and remove our sesssion object.
This is the main heavy lifting; where Net::Dynect::REST::Request objects get sent to the server, and a Net::Dynect::REST::Response is returned, if all is OK. It takes one argument - the Net::Dynect::REST::Request object.
This is a Net::Dynect::REST::Session object, which should eb the current valid session for this Net::Dynect::REST object to use. It updates the web client to include the Auth-Token header for subsequent requests
This is the server host name that we will send our requests to. Default is api2.dynect.net.
This is the protocol we will use, either http or https. Default is https.
This is the path that is used to find the services we will be accessing. Default is /REST/.
The TCP port that we will use. The default is to use whatever is apropriate for the protocol.
A convenience method to put together the protocl, server, port and base_path attributes into a URI.
James bromberger, firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright (C) 2010 by James Bromberger
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.10.1 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.