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Manual Reference Pages  -  NET::AMAZON::REQUEST::POWER (3)

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NAME

Net::Amazon::Request::Power - request class for ’Power Search’

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS



  use Net::Amazon;
  use Net::Amazon::Request::Power;

  my $ua = Net::Amazon->new(
      token       => YOUR_AMZN_TOKEN
  );

  my $req = Net::Amazon::Request::Power->new(
      power => subject: perl and author: schwartz,
      mode  => books,
  );

    # Response is of type Net::Amazon::Response::Power
  my $resp = $ua->request($req);



DESCRIPTION

Net::Amazon::Request::Power is a class used to request so-called Power Searches from the Amazon web service.

The power parameter specifies the power search string, mode defines which properties to look for.

Upon success, the response’s properties() method will return a list of Net::Amazon::Property::* objects.

    METHODS

new(power => $search_string, mode => $property) Constructs a new Net::Amazon::Request::Power object. $property is typically "books". Examples for $search_string are:



    author: schwartz

    author: schwartz and pubdate: after 10-2002

    subject: perl and (objects or object-oriented)

    keywords: "high tech*" and not fiction and pubdate: during 1999

    power "author: randal schwartz and publisher: Addison Wesley"

    author: randal schwartz and title: object books



See the Amazon Web Services 2.1 API and Integration Guide for details.

Check Net::Amazon::Request for common request parameters not listed here.

AUTHORS

Martin Streicher, <martin.streicher@apress.com> Mike Schilli, <m@perlmeister.com>
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