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HTTP::Engine::Response(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation HTTP::Engine::Response(3)
 

HTTP::Engine::Response - HTTP response object

    sub handle_request {
        my $req = shift;
        my $res = HTTP::Engine::Response->new;
        $res->body('foo');
        return $res;
    }

body
Sets or returns the output (text or binary data). If you are returning a large body, you might want to use a IO::FileHandle type of object (Something that implements the read method in the same fashion), or a filehandle GLOB. HTTP::Engine will write it piece by piece into the response.
cookies
Returns a reference to a hash containing cookies to be set. The keys of the hash are the cookies' names, and their corresponding values are hash references used to construct a CGI::Cookie object.
        $res->cookies->{foo} = { value => '123' };
    
The keys of the hash reference on the right correspond to the CGI::Cookie parameters of the same name, except they are used without a leading dash. Possible parameters are:
status
Sets or returns the HTTP status.
    $res->status(404);
    
headers
Returns an HTTP::Headers object, which can be used to set headers.
    $res->headers->header( 'X-HTTP-Engine' => $HTTP::Engine::VERSION );
    
set_http_response
set a HTTP::Response into $self.

Kazuhiro Osawa and HTTP::Engine Authors.

Catalyst::Response

HTTP::Engine HTTP::Response, Catalyst::Response
2011-10-04 perl v5.28.1

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