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oddjob_request(1)					      General Commands Manual						 oddjob_request(1)

oddjob_request - send requests to oddjobd from the command line SYNOPSIS
oddjob_request [-s service] [-o object] [-i interface] [-S] [ [request [arg1 ...]] | -I ] DESCRIPTION
The oddjob_request application is a simple oddjob client application which can be used to invoke a particular method provided by the odd- jobd server. If no request is given as a command-line argument, oddjob_request will attempt to invoke the list method, which should list all methods for which the invoking user is authorized. ARGUMENTS
-S Connect to the session bus instead of the system bus. This option is primarily intended for use in testing. com.redhat.oddjob. -s service The object is provided by the named service instead of com.redhat.oddjob. -o object Invoke a method on the named object instead of /com/redhat/oddjob. -i interface The method is part of the named interface instead of com.redhat.oddjob. -I Default to the method and interface names used for D-Bus introspection (Introspect and org.freedesktop.DBus.Introspectable, respec- tively). SEE ALSO
oddjob.conf(5) oddjobd.conf(5) oddjobd(8) oddjob Manual 25 April 2005 oddjob_request(1)

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Net::DBus::RemoteObject(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation			      Net::DBus::RemoteObject(3pm)

Net::DBus::RemoteObject - Access objects provided on the bus SYNOPSIS
my $service = $bus->get_service("org.freedesktop.DBus"); my $object = $service->get_object("/org/freedesktop/DBus"); print "Names on the bus { "; foreach my $name (sort @{$object->ListNames}) { print " ", $name, " "; } print "} "; DESCRIPTION
This module provides the API for accessing remote objects available on the bus. It uses the autoloader to fake the presence of methods based on the API of the remote object. There is also support for setting callbacks against signals, and accessing properties of the object. METHODS
my $object = Net::DBus::RemoteObject->new($service, $object_path[, $interface]); Creates a new handle to a remote object. The $service parameter is an instance of the Net::DBus::RemoteService method, and $object_path is the identifier of an object exported by this service, for example "/org/freedesktop/DBus". For remote objects which implement more than one interface it is possible to specify an optional name of an interface as the third parameter. This is only really required, however, if two interfaces in the object provide methods with the same name, since introspection data can be used to automatically resolve the correct interface to call cases where method names are unique. Rather than using this constructor directly, it is preferrable to use the "get_object" method on Net::DBus::RemoteService, since this caches handles to remote objects, eliminating unneccessary introspection data lookups. my $object = $object->as_interface($interface); Casts the object to a specific interface, returning a new instance of the Net::DBus::RemoteObject specialized to the desired interface. It is only neccessary to cast objects to a specific interface, if two interfaces export methods or signals with the same name, or the remote object does not support introspection. my $service = $object->get_service Retrieves a handle for the remote service on which this object is attached. The returned object is an instance of Net::DBus::RemoteService my $path = $object->get_object_path Retrieves the unique path identifier for this object within the service. my $object = $object->get_child_object($subpath, [$interface]) Retrieves a handle to a child of this object, identified by the relative path $subpath. The returned object is an instance of "Net::DBus::RemoteObject". The optional $interface parameter can be used to immediately cast the object to a specific type. my $sigid = $object->connect_to_signal($name, $coderef); Connects a callback to a signal emitted by the object. The $name parameter is the name of the signal within the object, and $coderef is a reference to an anonymous subroutine. When the signal $name is emitted by the remote object, the subroutine $coderef will be invoked, and passed the parameters from the signal. A unique $sigid will be returned, which can be later passed to "disconnect_from_signal" to remove the handler $object->disconnect_from_signal($name, $sigid); Disconnects from a signal emitted by the object. The $name parameter is the name of the signal within the object. The $sigid must be the unique signal handler ID returned by a previous "connect_to_signal" method call. AUTHOR
Daniel Berrange <> COPYRIGHT
Copright (C) 2004-2011, Daniel Berrange. SEE ALSO
Net::DBus::RemoteService, Net::DBus::Object perl v5.14.2 2011-06-30 Net::DBus::RemoteObject(3pm)
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