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NAME ^

WebService::Recruit::AbRoad::City - AB-ROAD Web Service "city" API

SYNOPSIS ^

    use WebService::Recruit::AbRoad;
    
    my $service = WebService::Recruit::AbRoad->new();
    
    my $param = {
        'key' => $ENV{'WEBSERVICE_RECRUIT_KEY'},
    };
    my $res = $service->city( %$param );
    my $data = $res->root;
    print "api_version: $data->api_version\n";
    print "results_available: $data->results_available\n";
    print "results_returned: $data->results_returned\n";
    print "results_start: $data->results_start\n";
    print "city: $data->city\n";
    print "...\n";

DESCRIPTION ^

This module is a interface for the city API. It accepts following query parameters to make an request.

    my $param = {
        'key' => 'XXXXXXXX',
        'area' => 'EUR',
        'country' => 'BE',
        'city' => 'NYC',
        'keyword' => 'ベトナム',
        'in_use' => 'XXXXXXXX',
        'order' => 'XXXXXXXX',
        'start' => 'XXXXXXXX',
        'count' => 'XXXXXXXX',
    };
    my $res = $service->city( %$param );

$service above is an instance of WebService::Recruit::AbRoad.

METHODS ^

root

This returns the root element of the response.

    my $root = $res->root;

You can retrieve each element by the following accessors.

    $root->api_version
    $root->results_available
    $root->results_returned
    $root->results_start
    $root->city
    $root->city->[0]->code
    $root->city->[0]->name
    $root->city->[0]->name_en
    $root->city->[0]->tour_count
    $root->city->[0]->lat
    $root->city->[0]->lng
    $root->city->[0]->area
    $root->city->[0]->country
    $root->city->[0]->area->code
    $root->city->[0]->area->name
    $root->city->[0]->country->code
    $root->city->[0]->country->name
    $root->city->[0]->country->name_en

xml

This returns the raw response context itself.

    print $res->xml, "\n";

code

This returns the response status code.

    my $code = $res->code; # usually "200" when succeeded

is_error

This returns true value when the response has an error.

    die 'error!' if $res->is_error;

SEE ALSO ^

WebService::Recruit::AbRoad

AUTHOR ^

RECRUIT Media Technology Labs <mtl@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT ^

Copyright 2008 RECRUIT Media Technology Labs

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