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Catalyst::Authentication::Store::IMAP::User(3pm)	User Contributed Perl Documentation	  Catalyst::Authentication::Store::IMAP::User(3pm)

NAME
Catalyst::Authentication::Store::IMAP::User - An authentication user for IMAP. SYNOPSIS
use Catalyst::Authentication::Store::IMAP::User; Catalyst::Authentication::Store::IMAP::User->new( id => "username", ); DESCRIPTION
This implementation of authentication user handles is supposed to go hand in hand with Catalyst::Authentication::Store::IMAP. METHODS
new( @pairs ) Create a new object with the key-value-pairs listed in the arg list. supported_features( ) Checks for existence of keys that correspond with features. for_session( ) Just returns $self, expecting it to be serializable. from_session( ) Just passes returns the unserialized object, hoping it's intact. store( ) Accessors that override superclass's dying virtual methods. id( ) check_password( $password ) Establishes a connection to the IMAP server and checks the given user credentials. Stores the Mail::IMAPClient object on the stash as imapclient for usage by other components. SEE ALSO
Hash::AsObject AUTHOR
Stefan Seifert <nine@cpan.org> LICENSE
This library is free software, you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.14.2 2012-06-16 Catalyst::Authentication::Store::IMAP::User(3pm)

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Catalyst::Authentication::Store::Null(3pm)		User Contributed Perl Documentation		Catalyst::Authentication::Store::Null(3pm)

NAME
Catalyst::Authentication::Store::Null - Null authentication store SYNOPSIS
use Catalyst qw( Authentication ); __PACKAGE__->config( 'Plugin::Authentication' => { default_realm => 'remote', realms => { remote => { credential => { class => 'TypeKey', key_url => 'http://example.com/regkeys.txt', }, store => { class => 'Null', } } } }); DESCRIPTION
The Null store is a transparent store where any supplied user data is accepted. This is mainly useful for remotely authenticating credentials (e.g. TypeKey, OpenID) which may not be tied to any local storage. It also helps facilitate integration with the Session plugin. METHODS
new( ) Creates a new instance of the store. for_session( ) Returns the user object passed to the method. from_session( ) Returns the user object passed to the method. find_user( ) Since this store isn't tied to any real set of users, this method just returns the user info bless as a Catalyst::Authentication::User::Hash object. user_supports( ) Delegates to Catalyst::Authentication::User::Hash. perl v5.14.2 2012-04-14 Catalyst::Authentication::Store::Null(3pm)
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