Kjetil Kjernsmo > AxKit-App-TABOO-0.52 > AxKit::App::TABOO::Data::User

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NAME ^

AxKit::App::TABOO::Data::User - User Data objects for TABOO

SYNOPSIS ^

  use AxKit::App::TABOO::Data::User;
  $user = AxKit::App::TABOO::Data::User->new(@dbconnectargs);
  $user->load(what => '*', limit => {username => 'kjetil'});
  my $fullname = $user->load_name('kjetil');

DESCRIPTION ^

This Data class contains basic user information, such as name, e-mail address, an encrypted password, and so on.

METHODS ^

This class implements two methods, the rest is inherited from AxKit::App::TABOO::Data.

new(@dbconnectargs)

The constructor. Nothing special.

load_name($username)

This is an ad hoc method to retrieve the full name of a user, and it takes a $username key to identify the user to retrieve. It will return a string with the full name, but it will also populate the corresponding data fields of the object. You may therefore call write_xml on the object afterwards and have markup for the username and name.

load_passwd($username)

This is an ad hoc method to retrieve the encrypted password of a user, and it takes a $username key to identify the user to retrieve. It will return a string with the encrypted password, but it will also populate the corresponding data fields of the object. You may therefore call write_xml on the object afterwards and have markup for the username and passwd.

STORED DATA ^

The data is stored in named fields, and for certain uses, it is good to know them. If you want to subclass this class, you might want to use the same names, see the documentation of AxKit::App::TABOO::Data for more about this.

It is natural to subclass this as TABOO grows: One may record more information about contributors to the site, or customers for a webshop. For an example, see AxKit::App::TABOO::Data::User::Contributor

These are the names of the stored data of this class:

XML representation ^

The write_xml() method, implemented in the parent class, can be used to create an XML representation of the data in the object. The above names will be used as element names. The xmlelement(), xmlns() and xmlprefix() methods can be used to set the name of the root element, the namespace URI and namespace prefix respectively. Usually, it doesn't make sense to change the default namespace or prefix, that are

FORMALITIES ^

See AxKit::App::TABOO.

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