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Net::Google::AuthSub::Response(3pm)			User Contributed Perl Documentation		       Net::Google::AuthSub::Response(3pm)

NAME
Net::Google::AuthSub::Response - a response from a Net::Google::AuthSub request SYNOPSIS
my $response = $auth->login($user, $pass); if ($response->is_success) { print "Yay! "; } else { if ($response->error eq 'CaptchaRequired') { print "Captcha Image ".$response->captchaurl; } } METHODS
new "HTTP::Response" "base url" Create a new response. is_success Returns whether the response was a sucess or not. SUCCESS METHODS
Methods available if the response was a success. auth The authorisation token if the response is a success. sid Not used yet. lsid Not used yet. ERROR METHODS
Methods available if the response was an error. error The error code. Can be one of BadAuthentication The login request used a username or password that is not recognized. NotVerified The account email address has not been verified. The user will need to access their Google account directly to resolve the issue before logging in using a non-Google application. TermsNotAgreed The user has not agreed to terms. The user will need to access their Google account directly to resolve the issue before logging in using a non-Google application. CaptchaRequired A CAPTCHA is required. (A response with this error code will also contain an image URL and a CAPTCHA token.) Unknown The error is unknown or unspecified; the request contained invalid input or was malformed. AccountDeleted The user account has been deleted. AccountDisabled The user account has been disabled. ServiceDisabled The user's access to the specified service has been disabled. (The user account may still be valid.) ServiceUnavailable The service is not available; try again later. url The url of a page describing the error. captchatoken The token required to authenticate a captcha. captchaurl The full url of the captcha image. perl v5.10.0 2009-05-09 Net::Google::AuthSub::Response(3pm)

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WWW::OpenSearch::Response(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation			    WWW::OpenSearch::Response(3pm)

NAME
WWW::OpenSearch::Response - Encapsulate a response received from an A9 OpenSearch compatible engine SYNOPSIS
use WWW::OpenSearch; my $url = "http://bulkfeeds.net/opensearch.xml"; my $engine = WWW::OpenSearch->new($url); # Retrieve page 4 of search results for "iPod" my $response = $engine->search("iPod",{ startPage => 4 }); for my $item (@{$response->feed->items}) { print $item->{description}; } # Retrieve page 3 of results $response = $response->previous_page; # Retrieve page 5 of results $response = $response->next_page; DESCRIPTION
WWW::OpenSearch::Response is a module designed to encapsulate a response received from an A9 OpenSearch compatible engine. See http://opensearch.a9.com/spec/1.1/response/ for details. CONSTRUCTOR
new( $response ) Constructs a new instance of WWW::OpenSearch::Response from the WWWW::OpenSearch:Response returned by the search request. METHODS
parse_response( ) Parses the content of the HTTP response using XML::Feed. If successful, parse_feed( ) is also called. parse_feed( ) Parses the XML::Feed originally parsed from the HTTP response content. Sets the pager object appropriately. previous_page( ) / next_page( ) Performs another search on the parent object, returning a WWW::OpenSearch::Response instance containing the previous/next page of results. If the current response includes a <link rel="previous/next" href="..." /> tag, the page will simply be the parsed content of the URL specified by the tag's href attribute. However, if the current response does not include the appropriate link, a new query is constructed using the startPage or startIndex query arguments. _get_link( $type ) Gets the href attribute of the first link whose rel attribute is equal to $type. ACCESSORS
feed( ) pager( ) AUTHOR
o Tatsuhiko Miyagawa <miyagawa@bulknews.net> o Brian Cassidy <bricas@cpan.org> COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Copyright 2005-2010 by Tatsuhiko Miyagawa and Brian Cassidy This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.10.1 2010-05-25 WWW::OpenSearch::Response(3pm)

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