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Manual Reference Pages  -  WWWDB::CONFIGPOOL (3)

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NAME

WWWdb::ConfigPool - ConfigPools for WWWdb

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS



 use WWWdb::ConfigPool;

 $oConfigPool = ConfigPool->new($cFileName,
                                [ReadOnly  => $bReadOnly,]
                                [MustExist => $bMustExist]);

 $cValue      = $oConfigPool->GetValue($cSection,
                                       $cEntry);

 @lValue      = $oConfigPool->GetList($cSection,
                                      $cEntry);

 $cValue      = $oConfigPool->SetValue($cSection,
                                       $cEntry,
                                       $cValue);

 $oConfigPool->DESTROY>();



DESCRIPTION

The ConfigPool class

...

    Note

Currently the configfile is supported in the ini-file style.

<B>sectionsB>

In this style, the entries can be placed in sections (and subsections). Sections are placed in <B>[B> and <B>]B> parens. This looks like the following:



 [section]



or



 [Section subsection]



<B>entriesB>

The single entries are described in the form <B>entry = valueB>. Single-lined entries as well as multiple-lined entries are supported. They look like the following examples:



 entry = value

 entry = "value1 value2"

 entry = <<EOF
 value1
 value2
 value3
 EOF



<B>commentsB>

Comments are always on a separate line. They start with a <B>#B> or <B>;B>. Some examples:



 # This is a comment
 ; This is a comment too
 no_comment = # no comment



    Class Methods

<B>newB>


 $oConfigPool     = ConfigPool->new([FillAtInsert => $bFill]);



...

    Class Attributes

<B>...B> ...

POD ERRORS

Hey! <B>The above document had some coding errors, which are explained below:B>
Around line 271: You can’t have =items (as at line 275) unless the first thing after the =over is an =item
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