Net::HTTPServer::Request handles the parsing of a request.
Net::HTTPServer::Request takes a full request, parses it, and then provides a nice OOP interface to pulling out the information you want from a request.
Returns a hash reference of cookie/value pairs. If you specify a cookie, then it returns the value for that cookie, or undef if it does not exist.
Returns a hash reference of variable/value pairs. If you specify a variable, then it returns the value for that variable, or undef if it does not exist.
Returns a hash reference of header/value pairs. If you specify a header, then it returns the value for that header, or undef if it does not exist.
Returns the method of the request (GET,POST,etc...)
Returns the path portion of the URL. Does not include any query strings.
Returns the name and revision that the request came in with.
Returns the query portion of the URL (if any). You can combine the Path and the Query with a ? to get the real URL that the client requested.
Returns the entire request as a string.
Returns a Net::HTTPServer::Response object with various bits prefilled in. If you have created session via the Session() method, then the session will already be registered with the response.
Create a new Net::HTTPServer::Session object. If the cookie value is set, then the previous state values are loaded, otherwise a new session is started.
Returns the URL of the request.
Copyright (c) 2003-2005 Ryan Eatmon <firstname.lastname@example.org>. All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.