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NOLookup::Patent::DataLookup - Lookup Patentstyret trademark data from the JSON formatted service offered by the JSON API.
Use WWW::Mechanize and JSON to lookup data from the JSON API. Use NOLookup::Patent::Entry module to map the resulting json data structure to a NOLookup::Patent::Entry objects.
The timeout period $PATENT_TIMEOUT is used to trap and return the call if lookup is hanging for some reason.
The module provides the below methods.
Lookup based on a complete or part of a trademark text.
Mandatory parameters are: $tm_text: the trademark text (or part of) to search for
Optional parameters are: $max_no_pages: max. number of pages to return, default 10. $page_ix : index to the first page to fetch, default 1.
Returns 0 entries if none found.
Returns an array of NOLookup::Patent::Entry objects in the data when matches are found.
Lookup based on an application id.
Returns 0 entries if none found, or some error.
Returns an array of on single NOLookup::Patent::Entry object in the data when matches are found.
The raw JSON data structure, as returned by the JSON service, and then decoded to a perl data structure with decode_json().
Set if an error has occured. On errors, the lookup terminates, with more info in the status().
Set if a warning has occured. On warnings, the lookup continues, but warnings are accumulated in the status().
Further description of error/warning situations.
Found data, an array of NOLookup::Patent::Entry data objects.
See doc. for
NOLookup::Patent::Entry for details.
The number of objects in data().
The total number of matches for the search. So, if size() is less than total_size(), there is more data which is not fetched.
For now, support questions should be sent to:
Please also see the SUPPORT file in the distribution.
Trond Haugen, <(nospam)info(at)norid.no>
Copyright (c) 2017 Trond Haugen <(nospam)info(at)norid.no>. All rights reserved.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
This library is free software. You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.