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Manual Reference Pages  -  WEBDAO::RESPONSE (3)

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NAME

WebDAO::Response - Response class

CONTENTS

SYNOPSYS



        new WebDAO::Response:: cv => $cv



DESCRIPTION

Class for make HTTP response

METHODS

    get_request

Return ref to request object (WebDAO::CV)

    set_status INT

set response HTTP status



    $r->set_status(200)



return $self

    set_header NAME, VALUE

Set out header:



        $response->set_header(Location, $redirect_url);
        $response->set_header( Content-Type => text/html; charset=utf-8 );



return $self reference

    get_header NAME

return value for header NAME:

    aliases for headers

content_type



  $r->content_type(text/html; charset=utf-8);



content_length

A decimal number indicating the size in bytes of the message content.

    get_mime_for_filename <filename>

Determine mime type for filename (Simple by ext); return str

    print_header

print header.return $self reference

redirect2url <url for redirect to> [, CW$code]

Set headers for redirect to url.return $self reference

    set_cookie ( name => <cookie_name>, value=><cookie_value> ...)

Set cookie. return $self reference

    set_callback(sub1{}[, sub2{} ..])

Set callbacks for call after flush

    send_file <filename>|<file_handle>|<reference to GLOB> [, -type=><MIME type string>]

Prepare headers and save



    $respose->send_file($filename, -type=>image/jpeg);



    flush

Flush current state of response.

    set_modal

Set modal mode for answer

    error404

Set HTTP 404 headers

    wantformat [’format’,[’forse_set_format’]]

Return expected output format: defauilt html



       # return string for format
       $r->wantformat()



Check if desired format is expected



  #$r->wantformat(html) return boolean
  if ($r->wantformat(html)) {
      #
  }



Force set desired format:



  $r->wantformat(html=>1); #return $response object ref



    detect_wantformat ($cv)

Method for detect output format when wantformat() called

Must return :



        string  - output format, i.e. html, xml
        undef - unknown ( use defaults )



    set_empty

Set flag for empty response. Headers are not printed. return $self

    is_empty

Check is response cleared. Return 1|0

SEE ALSO

http://webdao.sourceforge.net

AUTHOR

Zahatski Aliaksandr, <zag@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright 2002-2012 by Zahatski Aliaksandr

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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