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SRU::Response::Scan(3)User Contributed Perl DocumentatioSRU::Response::Scan(3)

NAME
       SRU::Response::Scan - A class for representing SRU scan responses

SYNOPSIS
       SRU::Response::Scan is a	class for representing SRU scan	response A
       scan request allows SRU clients to browse the indexes of	an SRU server,
       much like you would scan	the back of a book index to look up particular
       terms in	the body of the	book. The scan response	bundles	up the terms
       that were looked	up.

DESCRIPTION
METHODS
   new()
       The constructor which you must pass a valid SRU::Request::Scan object.

   version()
   addTerm()
       Allows you to add terms to the response object. Terms that are passed
       in must be valid	SRU::Response::Term objects.

	   $response->addTerm( SRU::Response::Term->new( value => 'Foo Fighter'	) );

   terms()
       Get/set the terms associated with the response. Be carefult you must
       pass in an array	ref of SRU::Response::Term objects, or expect an array
       ref back	when getting the values. If you	don't bad things will happen.

   diagnostics()
   extraResponseData()
   echoedScanRequest()
   asXML()
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
       This software is	copyright (c) 2013 by Ed Summers.

       This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
       the same	terms as the Perl 5 programming	language system	itself.

perl v5.32.1			  2013-10-18		SRU::Response::Scan(3)

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