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NAME ^

Net::Akamai::ResponseData - Object to hold response data

DESCRIPTION ^

Data container for an akamai purge response

Attributes ^

uri_index

Identifies the index of the first failed URL in the array. A value of -1 indicates no bad URLs, or error before parsing them.

result_code

Indicates sucess or failure of request

est_time

Estimated time for request to be processed in seconds

session_id

Unique id for request

result_msg

Explains result code

Methods ^

successful

Returns true if the result code is of the 1xx (successful) variety.

warning

Returns true if the result code is of the 2xx (warning) variety. The Akamai documentation states that "The remove request has been accepted" even when a warning response is sent.

accepted

Returns true if the result code is of the 1xx (successful) or 2xx (warning) varieties. This indicates that the remove request was accepted by Akamai. You should still check to see if there was a warning, and if their was report it.

message

 if (!$res_data->accepted()) {
        # These do the same thing:
        die "$res_data";
        die $res_data->message();
 }

Returns a nicely formatted string containing the result_code and result_msg.

AUTHOR ^

John Goulah <jgoulah@cpan.org>

LICENSE ^

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

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