VUser::Google::ProvisioningAPI - Perl module that implements the Google Apps for
Your Domain Provisioning API
my $google = new VUser::Google::ProvisioningAPI($domain,$admin,$password, $api_version);
$google->CreateAccount($userName, $firstName, $lastName, $password);
VUser::Google::ProvisioningAPI requires the following modules to be installed:
VUser::Google::ProvisioningAPI provides a simple interface to the Google Apps
for Your Domain Provisioning API. It uses the "LWP::UserAgent"
module for the HTTP transport, and the "HTTP::Request" module for
the HTTP request and response.
new ( $domain, $admin, $adminpassword [,$api_version] )
This is the constructor for a new VUser::Google::ProvisioningAPI object. $domain
is the domain name registered with Google Apps For Your Domain, $admin is an
account in the above domain that has the right to manage that domain,
$adminpassword is the password for that account and $api_version is the
version of the Google Provisioning API you wish to use. At this time, only
'1.0' and '2.0' are supported.
Note that the constructor will NOT attempt to perform the 'ClientLogin' call to
the Google Provisioning API. Authentication happens automatically when the
first API call is performed. The token will be remembered for the duration of
the object, and will be automatically refreshed as needed. If you want to
verify that you can get a valid token before performing any operations, follow
the constructor with a call to IsAuthenticated()
print "Authentication OK\n" unless not $google->IsAuthenticated();
The methods provided by the object will vary based on the version of the API.
Please see the perldocs for specific version you are using. For example,
None by default.
For support, see the Google Group at
Johan Reinalda, johan at reinalda dot net
Randy Smith, perlstalker at vuser dot net
Copyright (C) 2006 by Johan Reinalda, johan at reinalda dot net
Copyright (C) 2007 Randy Smith, perlstalker and vuser dot org
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.5 or, at your option,
any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.
If you make useful modification, kindly consider emailing then to me for
inclusion in a future version of this module.