Andrei V. Shetuhin > Dendral-HTTP-Response-0.1.0 > Dendral::HTTP::Response

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NAME ^

Dendral::HTTP::Response - Perl interface for Apache response variables

SYNOPSIS ^

  # Mod_perl handler
  use Dendral::HTTP::Response;

  sub handler
  {
      my $r = shift;
      my $res = new Dendral::HTTP::Response($r);
      
      #Add cookie to response header
      $res -> add_cookie(name => 'Cooker', 
                         value => {qwe => 'Test',asd => '3'},
                         domain => 'www.Rambler.ru,
                         path => '/123',
                         secure => 1, 
                         expires => '+1M');
                        
      #Set response header 
      $res -> set_header('X-Message' => 'Hello');
      
      #Delete Response header by name
      $res -> delete_header('Set-Cookie');
      
      #Merge header
      $res -> merge_header('X-Temp','123');
      
      #Clear all response header
      $res -> clear_headers();
      
      #Send response headers (Apache 1.x)
      $res -> send_http_header();
      
      #Send file to client
      $res -> send_file('/etc/passwd');
  }

DESCRIPTION ^

Dendral::HTTP::Response is a part of Dendral - fast, reliable and lightweight MVC framework.

METHODS ^

new - Constructor

    Create a new Dendral::HTTP::Response object with an Apache request_rec object:

    my $res = new Dendral::HTTP::Response($r);

add_cookie - Add Set-Cookie header to response

  $res -> add_cookie(name => 'Cooker1', 
                     value => 123,
                     domain => 'www.rambler.ru,
                     path => '/123');

  $res -> add_cookie(name => 'Cooker2', 
                     value => {qwe => 'Test',asd => '3'},
                     domain => 'www.Rambler.ru,
                     path => '/1234',
                     expires => '+1M',
                     secure => 1, 
                     httponly => 1);

set_http_code - Set HTTP response code

  $res -> set_http_code(404);

get_http_code - Get HTTP response code

  my $code = $res -> get_http_code();

send_http_header - Send HTTP response headers

  $res -> send_http_header();

redirect - Redirect to uri (Set

  $res -> redirect('/index.html');

redirect_permanent - Permanent redirect to uri.

  $res -> redirect_permanent('/index.html');

set_header - Set Response header

  $res -> set_header('X-Message' => 'Hello');

get_header - Get Response header

  $msg = $res -> get_header('X-Message');
  #Get hashref of all Headers
  $headers = $res -> get_header();

set_content_type - Set Response 'Content-type' header

  $res -> set_content_type('text/plain');

get_content_type - Get Response 'Content-type' header

  my $content_type = $res -> get_content_type();

delete_header - Delete Response header

  $res -> delete_header('X-Message');

merge_header - Merge Response header

  $res -> merge_header('X-Message', 'Test');

clear_headers - Clear all Response headers

  $res -> clear_headers();

send_file - Send file to client

  $res -> send_file('/etc/passwd');

SEE ALSO ^

perl(1), Apache(3), Dendral::HTTP::Request(1)

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