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Continuity::Request(3)User Contributed Perl DocumentatioContinuity::Request(3)

NAME
       Continuity::Request - Simple HTTP::Request-like API for requests	inside
       Continuity

SYNOPSIS
	 sub main {
	   my $request = shift;
	   $request->print("Hello!");
	   $request->next;

	   # ...

	   $name = $request->param('name');
	 }

METHODS
   $request->next
       Suspend execution until a new Web request is available.

   $val	= $request->param('name');
   @vals = $request->param('name');
   @vals = $request->param('name1', 'name2');
       Fetch a CGI POST/GET parameter.

       If there	is more	than one parameter with	the given name,	then scalar
       context gets the	first instance and list	context	gets all of them.
       Providing multiple param	names will return the values for each (and if
       one of the params has multiple values then it will be confusing!).

       Calling the param method	with no	parameters is equivalent to calling
       the params method.

   %params = $request->params();
   @params = $request->params();
       Get a list of all key/value pairs. Repeated values are included,	but if
       you treat it like a hash	it will	act like one.

   $request->print("Foo!<br>");
       Write output (eg, HTML).

       Since Continuity	juggles	many concurrent	requests, it's necessary to
       explicitly refer	to requesting clients, like "$request->print(...)",
       rather than simply doing	"print ...".

   $request->set_cookie(CGI->cookie(...));
   $request->set_cookie(name =>	'value');
       Set a cookie to be sent out with	the headers, next time the headers go
       out (next request if data has been written to the client	already,
       otherwise this request).	 (May not yet be supported by the FastCGI
       adapter yet.)

   $request->uri;
       Straight	from HTTP::Request, returns a URI object.  (Probably not yet
       supported by the	FastCGI	adapter.)

   $request->method;
       Returns 'GET', 'POST', or whatever other	HTTP command was issued.
       Continuity currently punts on anything but GET and POST out of
       paranoia.

   $request->send_headers("X-HTTP-Header: blah\n", $h2)
       Send this in the	headers

INTERNAL METHODS
   $request->send_basic_header;
       Continuity does this for	you, but it's still part of the	API of
       Continuity::Request objects.

   $request->end_request;
       Ditto above.

   $request->send_static;
       Controlled by the "staticp => sub { ... }" argument pair	to the main
       constructor call	to "Continuity->new()".

DESCRIPTION
       This module contains no actual code.  It	only establishes and documents
       the interface actually implemented in Continuity::Adapt::FCGI,
       Continuity::Adapt::HttpDaemon, and, perhaps eventually, other places.

SEE ALSO
       Continuity
       Continuity::Adapt::FCGI
       Continuity::Adapt::HttpDaemon
       Continuity::RequestCallbacks

perl v5.32.0			  2009-03-01		Continuity::Request(3)

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