Provided by: libpod-wsdl-perl_0.061-1_all
Pod::WSDL::Writer - Writes XML output for Pod::WSDL (internal use only)
use Pod::WSDL::Writer; my $wr = new Pod::WSDL::Writer(pretty => 1, withDocumentation => 1);
This module is used internally by Pod::WSDL. By using AUTOLOADing it delegates all unknown methods to XML::Writer. It is unlikely that you have to interact directly with it. If that is the case, take a look at the code, it is rather simple.
new Instantiates a new Pod::WSDL::Writer. The method can take two parameters "pretty" with a true value triggers pretty printing of the WSDL output. "withDocumentation" with a true value produces a WSDL docuemnt containing documentation for types and methods. wrNewLine Has XML::Writer write a newline wrElem Has XML::Writer write an Element. The first argument is one of (empty|start|end), to write an empty element, a start or an end tag. The second argument signifies the name of the tag. All further arguments are attributes of the tag (does not work, when first argument is 'end') wrDoc Writes the string passed to the method as a <wsdl:documentation> Element registerWrittenFaultMessage There needs to be only one fault message per fault type. Here the client class can register fault types already written. The fault name is passed as the single argument to this method. faultMessageWritten Counterpart to registerWrittenFaultMessage. The client can ask if a fault message has already written. The fault name is passed as the single argument to this method. output Returns XML output.
Tarek Ahmed, <bloerch -the character every email address contains- oelbsk.org>
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Copyright (C) 2006 by Tarek Ahmed 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.