The request ID.
Used to correlate a request to a response.
|method||The name of the method to invoke.|
|params||Returns a reference to the parameters hash or array.|
The classes to instantiate the response objects.
These vary per subclass.
inflate A factory constructor. Delegates to new on a subclass based on the protocol version.
This is the recommended constructor.
deflate Flatten to JSON data new The actual constructor.
Not intended for normal use on this class, you should use a subclass most of the time.
Calling JSON::RPC::Common::Procedure::Call->new will construct a call with an undefined version, which cannot be deflated (and thus sent over the wire). This is still useful for testing your own codes RPC hanlding, so this is not allowed.
params_list Dereferences params regardless of representation.
Returns a list of positionals or a key/value list.
return_result $result return_error %error_params Create a new JSON::RPC::Common::Procedure::Return with or without an error. is_notification Whether this request is a notification (a method that does not need a response). is_service Whether this request is a JSON-RPC 1.1 service method (e.g. system.describe).
This method is always false for 1.0 and 2.0.
call $obj A convenience method to invoke the call on $obj and create a new return with the return value.
Yuval Kogman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This software is copyright (c) 2014 by Yuval Kogman and others.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.
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