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Manual Reference Pages  -  POE::COMPONENT::CLIENT::HTTP::REQUESTFACTORY (3)

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NAME

POE::Component::Client::HTTP::RequestFactory - an HTTP request factory object

CONTENTS

VERSION

version 0.948

SYNOPSIS



  # Used internally by POE::Component::Client::HTTP



CONSTRUCTOR

    new

Create a new request factory object. It expects its parameters in a hashref.

The following parameters are accepted. They are explained in detail in POE::Component::Client::HTTP.
o Agent
o MaxSize
o Streaming
o Protocol
o From
o CookieJar
o NoProxy
o Proxy
o FollowRedirects
o Timeout

METHODS

    timeout [$timeout]

Method that lets you query and/or change the timeout value for requests created by this factory.

    is_streaming

Accessor for the Streaming parameter

    agent

Accessor to the Agent parameter

    from

getter/setter for the From parameter

    create_request

Creates a new POE::Component::Client::HTTP::Request

    max_response_size

Method to retrieve the maximum size of a response, as set by the MaxSize parameter to Client::HTTP’s spawn() method.

    block_size

Accessor for the Streaming parameter

frob_cookies CW$response

Store the cookies from the HTTP::Response parameter passed into our cookie jar

    max_redirect_count [$count]

Function to get/set the maximum number of redirects to follow automatically. This allows you to retrieve or modify the value you passed with the FollowRedirects parameter to Client::HTTP’s spawn method.

parse_proxy CW$proxy

This static method is used for parsing proxies. The $proxy can be array reference like [host, port] or comma separated string like http://1.2.3.4:80/,http://2.3.4.5:80/.

parse_proxy() returns an array reference of two-element tuples (also array ferences), each containing a host and a port:



  [ [ host1, port1 ],
    [ host2, port2 ],
    ...
  ]



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