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Manual Reference Pages  -  HTTP::DAV::LOCK (3)

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NAME

HTTP::DAV::Lock - Represents a WebDAV Lock.

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SYNOPSIS



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DESCRIPTION

Timeout This parameter can take an absolute or relative timeout. The following forms are all valid for the -timeout field: Timeouts in:
300
30s 30 seconds from now
10m ten minutes from now
1h one hour from now
1d tomorrow
3M in three months
10y in ten years time Timeout at:
2000-02-31 00:40:33 at the indicated time & date
For more time and date formats that are handled see HTTP::Date

RFC2518 states that the timeout value MUST NOT be greater than 2^32-1. If this occurs it will simply set the timeout to infinity

$r->as_string() Method returning a textual representation of the request. Mainly useful for debugging purposes. It takes no arguments.

SEE ALSO

HTTP::Headers, HTTP::Message, HTTP::Request::Common

COPYRIGHT

Copyright 2000 Patrick Collins.

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

POD ERRORS

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