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WWW::CNic::Response - base class for WWW::CNic response objects.
use WWW::CNic; my $query = WWW::CNic->new( OPTIONS ); my $response = $query->execute();
This is the base class for all response objects returned by WWW::CNic. Each query type returns a different object, all of which inherit their basic functionality from this module. This module should never be accessed directly, only through its children.
All the child classes of WWW::CNic::Response inherit the following methods: $response->is_success(); This returns true if the transaction was completed successfully. If there was a server- side error due to invalid data or a system error, or there was an HTTP error this method will return undef. $response->is_error(); This is the converse of "is_success". It returns true if there was an error. $response->error(); This returns the error message generated, if any. This can be either a server-side error message or an HTTP error. $response->message(); This returns the message returned when the transaction was successful. $response->keys(); This returns an array containing all the keys returned by the server. $response->response($key); This returns the value corresponding to $key as returned by the server. This may be a scalar, or a reference to an array or hash, depending on the context. $response->dump(); This prints a human-readable dump of the data stored in the object to "STDOUT". Mainly useful in debugging.
This module is (c) 2011 CentralNic Ltd. All rights reserved. This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
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