Catalyst::Action - Catalyst Action
<form action="[%c.uri_for(c.action)%]"> $c->forward( $action->private_path );
This class represents a Catalyst Action. You can access the object for the currently dispatched action via $c->action. See the Catalyst::Dispatcher for more information on how actions are dispatched. Actions are defined in Catalyst::Controller subclasses.
The sub attributes that are set for this action, like Local, Path, Private and so on. This determines how the action is dispatched to.
Returns the name of the component where this action is defined. Derived by calling the catalyst_component_name method on each component.
Returns a code reference to this action.
Dispatch this action against a context.
Execute this action's coderef against a given controller with a given context and arguments
Check Args attribute, and makes sure number of args matches the setting. Always returns true if Args is omitted.
Can be implemented by action class and action role authors. If the method exists, then it will be called with the request context and an array reference of the captures for this action.
Returning true from this method causes the chain match to continue, returning makes the chain not match (and alternate, less preferred chains will be attempted).
Compares 2 actions based on the value of the
Args attribute, with no
Args having the highest precedence.
Returns the private namespace this action lives in.
Returns the private path for this action.
Returns absolute private path for this action. Unlike
private_path of an action is always suitable for passing to
Returns the sub name of this action.
Returns the number of args this action expects. This is 0 if the action doesn't take any arguments and undef if it will take any number of arguments.
Returns the number of captures this action expects for Chained actions.
A HashRef of key-values that an action can provide to a debugging screen
Provided by Moose.
Catalyst Contributors, see Catalyst.pm
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