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NAME ^

Protocol::XMLRPC::MethodResponse - XML-RPC methodResponse response

SYNOPSIS ^

    my $method_response = Protocol::XMLRPC::MethodResponse->new;
    $method_response->param(1);

    $method_response = Protocol::XMLRPC::MethodResponse->parse(...);

DESCRIPTION ^

XML-RPC methodResponse response object.

ATTRIBUTES ^

param

Hold method response parameter as object.

METHODS ^

new

Creates a new Protocol::XMLRPC::MethodResponse instance.

new_fault

    my $method_response =
      Protocol::XMLRPC::MethodResponse->new_fault(255 => 'Unknown error');

Creates a new Protocol::XMLRPC::MethodResponse instance with a fault.

parse

    my $method_response = Protocol::XMLRPC::MethodResponse->parse('<?xml ...');

Creates a new Protocol::XMLRPC::MethodResponse from xml.

param

    $method_response->param(1);
    $method_response->param(Protocol::XMLRPC::Value::String->new('foo'));
    my $param = $method_response->param;

Set/get parameter. Tries to guess a type if a Perl5 scalar/arrayref/hashref was passed instead of an object.

fault

    $method_response->fault(255 => 'Unknown error');
    my $fault = $method_response->fault;

Set/get XML-RPC fault struct.

fault_code

Shortcut for $method_response->fault->members->{faultCode}->value.

fault_string

Shortcut for $method_response->fault->members->{faultString}->value.

to_string

    # normal response
    my $method_response = Protocol::XMLRPC::MethodResponse->new;
    $method_response->param('baz');
    # <?xml version="1.0"?>
    # <methodResponse>
    #    <params>
    #       <param>
    #          <value><string>baz</string></value>
    #       </param>
    #    </params>
    # </methodResponse>

    # fault response
    my $method_response = Protocol::XMLRPC::MethodResponse->new;
    $method_response->fault(255 => 'Unknown method');
    # or
    my $method_response =
      Protocol::XMLRPC::MethodResponse->new_fault(255 => 'Unknown method');
    # <?xml version="1.0"?>
    # <methodResponse>
    #    <fault>
    #       <value>
    #          <struct>
    #             <member>
    #                <name>faultCode</name>
    #                <value><int>255</int></value>
    #             </member>
    #             <member>
    #                <name>faultString</name>
    #                <value><string>Unknown method</string></value>
    #             </member>
    #          </struct>
    #       </value>
    #    </fault>
    # </methodResponse>

Protocol::XMLRPC::MethodResponse string representation.

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