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SRU::Response::SearchRetrieve(3pm)			User Contributed Perl Documentation			SRU::Response::SearchRetrieve(3pm)

NAME
SRU::Response::SearchRetrieve - A class for representing SRU searchRetrieve responses SYNOPSIS
## create response from the request object my $response = SRU::Response::SearchRetrieve->new( $request ); ## add records to the response foreach my $record ( @records ) { $response->addRecord( $record ); } ## print out the response as XML print $response->asXML(); DESCRIPTION
SRU::Response::SearchRetrieve provides a framework for bundling up the response to a searchRetrieve request. You are responsible for generating the XML representation of the records, and the rest should be taken care of. METHODS
new() numberOfRecords() Returns the number of results associated with the object. addRecord() Add a SRU::Response::Record object to the response. $response->addRecord( $r ); If you don't pass in the right sort of object you'll get back undef and $SRU::Error will be populated appropriately. records() Gets or sets all the records associated with the object. Be careful with this one :) You must pass in an array ref, and expect an array ref back. resultSetId() resultSetIdleTime() nextRecordPosition() diagnostics() extraResponseData() echoedSearchRetrieveRequest() asXML() asXML(encoding=>"ISO-8859-1") Returns the object serialized as XML. UTF-8 and UTF-16 are default encodings if you don't pass the encoding parameter. You can define different encoding in order to parse you XML document correctly. perl v5.12.4 2009-11-20 SRU::Response::SearchRetrieve(3pm)

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SRU::Response::Record(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				SRU::Response::Record(3pm)

NAME
SRU::Response::Record - A class for representing a result record in a searchRetrieve response. SYNOPSIS
my $record = SRU::Response::Record->new(); $record->recordData( '<title>Huck Finn</title>' ); $response->addRecord( $record ); DESCRIPTION
SRU::Response::Record is used to bundle up the information about a particular metadata record in a SRU::Response::SearchRetrieve object. Typically you'll construct a record object and add it to the SearchRetrieve response. METHODS
new() You must supply the recordSchema and recordData parameters. recordPacking, recordPosition, and extraRecordData may also be supplied. my $record = SRU::Response::Record->new( recordSchema => 'info:srw/schema/1/dc-v1.1', recordData => '<title>Huckleberry Finn</title>' ); recordSchema() The URI identifier of the XML schema in which the record is encoded. Although the request may use the server's assigned short name, the response must always be the full URI. recordData() The record itself, either as a string or embedded XML. If would like to pass an object in here you may do so as long as it imlements the asXML() method. recordPacking() The packing used in recordData, as requested by the client or the default: "XML". recordPosition() The position of the record within the result set. If you don't pass this in recordPosition will be automaticlly calculated for you when add or retrieve a record from a SRU::Response::SearchRetrieve object. extraRecordData() Any extra data associated with the record. See the section on extensions for more information. asXML() perl v5.12.4 2009-11-20 SRU::Response::Record(3pm)
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