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       Lemonldap::NG::Handler::PSGI::Try - Special handler for Lemonldap::NG Portal


         package My::PSGI;

         use base Lemonldap::NG::Handler::PSGI::Try;

         sub init {
           my ($self,$args) = @_;

           # Declare REST routes for authenticated users (could be HTML templates or
           # methods)
           $self->addAuthRoute ( 'index.html', undef, ['GET'] )
                ->addAuthRoute ( books => { ':book' => 'booksMethod' }, ['GET', 'POST'] );

           # Default route (ie: PATH_INFO == '/')

           # Same for unauthenticated users
           $self->addUnauthRoute ( 'login.html', undef, ['GET'] )
                ->addUnauthRoute ( 'login', undef, ['POST'] );

           # Return a boolean. If false, then error message has to be stored in
           # $self->error
           return 1;

         sub booksMethod {
           my ( $self, $req, @otherPathInfo ) = @_;

           # Will be called only if authorized
           my $userId = $self->userId;
           my $book = $req->params('book');
           my $method = $req->method;


       Lemonldap::NG::Handler::PSGI::Try is a Lemonldap::NG::Handler::PSGI::Router package that
       provides 2 REST routers: one for authenticated users and one for unauthenticated users.


       Same as Lemonldap::NG::Handler::PSGI::Router (inherits from
       Lemonldap::NG::Common::PSGI::Router) except that:

       addRoute() must be replaced by addAuthRoute() or addUnauthRoute()
       defaultRoute() must be replaced by defaultAuthRoute() or defaultUnauthRoute()

       Note also that user session datas are available in $req parameter (first argument received
       by REST methods):

       $req->userData() returns a hash reference containing user session data


       See Lemonldap::NG::Common::PSGI::Router for more.


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