Net::Dynect::REST::Job - Get the status of a job
use Net::Dynect::REST:Job; my @records = Net::Dynect::REST:Job->find(connection => $dynect, job_id => $job_id);
This takes optional hashref arguments of connection => $dynect, and job_id => $job_id. It does nothing more than create an jobject to represent the job.
This will return the Net::Dynect::REST::Response object for the specified job. Note that the "Requested" date on the response will show the requets of the "Job" call, but but the jobID returned in the response will matcht he one you supplied of the original request. So if you repeatedly ask for the same Job, the request date will continue to increment - all other data is as when the job completed.
James Bromberger, firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright (C) 2010 by James Bromberger
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