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Net::Whois::Object::OrUsersContributed PerlNet::Whois::Object::Organisation(3)

NAME
       Net::Whois::Object::Organisation	- an object representation of the RPSL
       Organisation block

DESCRIPTION
       The organisation	object is designed to provide an easy way of mapping
       resources to a particular organisaiton.

METHODS
   new(	%options )
       Constructor for the Net::Whois::Object::Organisation class

   organisation( [$organisation] )
       Accessor	to the organisation attribute.	Accepts	an optional
       organisation, always return the current organisation.

   org_name( [$org_name] )
       Accessor	to the org_name	attribute.  Accepts an optional	org_name,
       always return the current org_name.

   org_type( [$org_type] )
       Accessor	to the org_type	attribute.  Accepts an optional	org_type,
       always return the current org_type.

       Possible	values are: IANA for Internet Assigned Numbers Authority, RIR
       for Regional Internet Registries, NIR for National Internet Registries,
       LIR for Local Internet Registries, and OTHER for	all other
       organisations.

   org(	[$org] )
       Accessor	to the org attribute.  Accepts an optional org,	always return
       the current org.

       Points to an existing organisation object representing the entity that
       holds the resource.

       The 'ORG-' string followed by 2 to 4 characters,	followed by up to 5
       digits followed by a source specification.  The first digit must	not be
       "0".  Source specification starts with "-" followed by source name up
       to 9-character length.

   address( [$address] )
       Accessor	to the address attribute.  Accepts an optional address line to
       be added	to the address array, always return the	current	address	array.

   phone( [$phone] )
       Accessor	to the phone attribute.	 Accepts an optional phone number to
       be added	to the phone array, always return the current phone array.

   fax_no( [$fax_no] )
       Accessor	to the fax_no attribute.  Accepts an optional fax_no to	be
       added to	the fax_no array, always return	the current fax_no array.

   e_mail( [$e_mail] )
       Accessor	to the e_mail attribute.  Accepts an optional e_mail to	be
       added to	the e_mail array, always return	the current e_mail array.

   geoloc( [$geoloc] )
       Accessor	to the geoloc attribute.  Accepts an optional geoloc, always
       return the current geoloc.

   language( [$language] )
       Accessor	to the language	attribute.  Accepts an optional	language to be
       added to	the language array, always return the current language array.

   admin_c( [$contact] )
       Accessor	to the admin_c attribute.  Accepts an optional contact to be
       added to	the admin_c array, always return the current admin_c array.

   abuse_c( [$contact] )
       Accessor	to the abuse_c attribute.  Accepts an optional contact to be
       added to	the abuse_c array, always return the current abuse_c array.

   tech_c( [$contact] )
       Accessor	to the tech_c attribute.  Accepts an optional contact to be
       added to	the tech_c array, always return	the current tech_c array.

   descr( [$descr] )
       Accessor	to the descr attribute.	 Accepts an optional descr line	to be
       added to	the descr array, always	return the current descr array.

   remarks( [$remark] )
       Accessor	to the remarks attribute.  Accepts an optional remark to be
       added to	the remarks array, always return the current remarks array.

   notify( [$notify] )
       Accessor	to the notify attribute.  Accepts an optional notify value to
       be added	to the notify array, always return the current notify array.

   mnt_by( [$mnt_by] )
       Accessor	to the mnt_by attribute.  Accepts an optional mnt_by value to
       be added	to the mnt_by array, always return the current mnt_by array.

   changed( [$changed] )
       Accessor	to the changed attribute.  Accepts an optional changed value
       to be added to the changed array, always	return the current changed
       array.

   source( [$source] )
       Accessor	to the source attribute.  Accepts an optional source, always
       return the current source.

   ref_nfy( [$ref_nfy] )
       Accessor	to the ref_nfy attribute.  Accepts an optional ref_nfy value
       to be added to the ref_nfy array, always	return the current ref_nfy
       array.

   mnt_ref( [$mnt_ref] )
       Accessor	to the mnt_ref attribute.  Accepts an optional mnt_ref value
       to be added to the mnt_ref array, always	return the current mnt_ref
       array.

perl v5.32.1			  2021-04-1Net::Whois::Object::Organisation(3)

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