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Travis Chase

NAME

Catalyst::View::Download::XML

VERSION

0.04

SYNOPSIS

    # lib/MyApp/View/Download/XML.pm
    package MyApp::View::Download::XML;
    use base qw( Catalyst::View::Download::XML );
    1;

    # lib/MyApp/Controller/SomeController.pm
    sub example_action_1 : Local {
        my ($self, $c) = @_;

        # supported content can be an xml document
        my $content = "<?xml version="1.0"?>\n<root>\n<text>Some Text\n</text>\n</root>";

        # supported content can also be a hashref which will converted into xml
        # using XMLout from L<XML::Simple>
        $content = {
            'root' => {
                'text' => 'Some Text'
            }
        };

        # To output your data just pass your content into the 'xml' key of the stash
        $c->stash->{'xml'} = $content;

        # Or into the body of the response for this action
        $c->response->body($content);

        # Finally forward processing to the XML View
        $c->forward('MyApp::View::Download::XML');
    }

DESCRIPTION

Takes content and outputs the content as html text.

SUBROUTINES

process

This method will be called by Catalyst if it is asked to forward to a component without a specified action.

render

Allows others to use this view for much more fine-grained content generation.

XMLout

If a hashref is passed as content it will be converted using the XMLout function from the XML::Simple module. The following options are used to instantiate the XML::Simple object.

keeproot => 1
XMLDecl => "<?xml version='1.0' ?>"

CONFIG

stash_key

Determines the key in the stash this view will look for when attempting to retrieve content to process. If this key isn't found it will then look at $c->response->body for content.

  $c->view('MyApp::View::Download::XML')->config->{'stash_key'} = 'content';

AUTHOR

Travis Chase, <gaudeon at cpan dot org>

SEE ALSO

Catalyst Catalyst::View Catalyst::View::Download XML::Simple

LICENSE

This program is free software. You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.




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