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Manual Reference Pages  -  NET::WHOIS::OBJECT::ROLE (3)

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NAME

Net::Whois::Object::Role - an object representation of the RPSL Role block

CONTENTS

DESCRIPTION

The role class is similar to the person class. However, instead of describing a human being, it describes a role performed by one or more human beings. Examples include help desks, network monitoring centres, system administrators, etc. A role object is particularly useful since often a person performing a role may change; however the role itself remains. The nic-hdl: attributes of the person and role classes share the same name space. Once the object is created, the value of the role: attribute cannot be changed.

METHODS

new( CB%options )

Constructor for the Net::Whois::Object::Role class

role( [$role] )

Accessor to the role attribute. Accepts an optional role, always return the current role.

address( [$address] )

Accessor to the address attribute. Accepts an optional address line to be added to the address array, always return the current address array.

phone( [$phone] )

Accessor to the phone attribute. Accepts an optional phone to be added to the phone array, always return the current phone array.

fax_no( [$fax_no] )

Accessor to the fax_no attribute. Accepts an optional fax_no to be added to the fax_no array, always return the current fax_no array.

e_mail( [$e_mail] )

Accessor to the e_mail attribute. Accepts an optional e_mail to be added to the e_mail array, always return the current e_mail array.

org( [$org] )

Accessor to the org attribute. Accepts an optional org, always return the current org.

Points to an existing organisation object representing the entity that holds the resource.

The ’ORG-’ string followed by 2 to 4 characters, followed by up to 5 digits followed by a source specification. The first digit must not be 0. Source specification starts with - followed by source name up to 9-character length.

trouble( [$trouble] )

Accessor to the trouble attribute. Accepts an optional trouble value to be added to the trouble array, always return the current trouble array.

admin_c( [$contact] )

Accessor to the admin_c attribute. Accepts an optional contact to be added to the admin_c array, always return the current admin_c array.

tech_c( [$contact] )

Accessor to the tech_c attribute. Accepts an optional contact to be added to the tech_c array, always return the current tech_c array.

nic_hdl( [$nic_hdl] )

Accessor to the nic_hdl attribute. Accepts an optional nic_hdl, always return the current nic_hdl.

remarks( [$remark] )

Accessor to the remarks attribute. Accepts an optional remark to be added to the remarks array, always return the current remarks array.

notify( [$notify] )

Accessor to the notify attribute. Accepts an optional notify value to be added to the notify array, always return the current notify array.

mnt_by( [$mnt_by] )

Accessor to the mnt_by attribute. Accepts an optional mnt_by value to be added to the mnt_by array, always return the current mnt_by array.

changed( [$changed] )

Accessor to the changed attribute. Accepts an optional changed value to be added to the changed array, always return the current changed array.

source( [$source] )

Accessor to the source attribute. Accepts an optional source, always return the current source.
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