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NAME

       SOAP::WSDL::Generator::PrefixResolver - prefixes for different classes

SYNOPSIS

       If you want to create your custom prefix resolver:

        package MyPrefixResolver;
        use strict; use warnings;
        use base qw(SOAP::WSDL::Generator::PrefixResolver);

        sub resolve_prefix {
            my ($self, $type, $namespace, $node) = @_;
            # return something special
            return $self->SUPER::resolve_prefix($type, $namespace, $node);
        }

       When generating code:

        use MyPrefixResolver;
        use SOAP::WSDL::Generator::XSD;
        my $generator = SOAP::WSDL::Generator::Template::XSD->new({
           prefix_resolver_class => 'MyPrefixResolver',
        });

DESCRIPTION

       Prefix resolver class for SOAP::WSDL's code generator. You may subclass it to apply some
       custom prefix resolving logic.

       Subclasses must implement the following methods:

       ยท   resolve_prefix

            sub resolve_prefix {
               my ($self, $namespace, $node) = @_;
               # ...
            }

           resolve_prefix is expected to return a (perl class) prefix. It is called with the
           following parameters:

            NAME       DESCRIPTION
            -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
            type       One of (server|interface|typemap|type|element|attribute)
            namespace  The targetNamespace of the node to generate a prefix for.
            node       The node to generate a prefix for

           You usually just need type and namespace for prefix resolving. node is provided for
           rather funky setups, where you have to choose different prefixes based on type names
           or whatever.

           Node may be of any of the following classes:

            SOAP::WSDL::Service
            SOAP::WSDL::XSD::Attribute
            SOAP::WSDL::XSD::Element
            SOAP::WSDL::XSD::Type

           Note that both namespace and node may be undef - you should test for definedness
           before doing anything fancy with them.

           If you want your prefixes to represent perl class hierarchies, they should end with
           '::'.

           Example:

           Imagine you're generating interfaces for the Acme Pet Shop. Acme Corp. has set up
           their datatypes to be global across all interfaces (and products), while elements are
           local to the product (the Pet Shop in the example).  All elements are in the urn:Acme
           namespace.

           In addition, there are types in the namespace urn:Acme:Goods, which should go into the
           same namespace as types, but be prefixed with 'Goods_'

           You may want prefixes (roughly) like this:

            Interfaces:        Acme::Client::PetShop::
            Server:            Acme::Server::PetShop::
            Types:             Acme::Types::
            Types (Goods):     Acme::Types::Goods_
            Elements:          Acme::Elements::PetShop::
            Typemaps:          Acme::Typemaps::PetShop::

BUGS AND LIMITATIONS

       You cannot suffix your types by some rule yet...

LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT

       Copyright 2008 Martin Kutter.

       This file is part of SOAP-WSDL. You may distribute/modify it under the same terms as perl
       itself

AUTHOR

       Martin Kutter <martin.kutter fen-net.de>

REPOSITORY INFORMATION

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