NAME

Net::Google::Spreadsheets::Spreadsheet - Representation of spreadsheet.

SYNOPSIS

  use Net::Google::Spreadsheets;

  my $service = Net::Google::Spreadsheets->new(
    username => 'mygoogleaccount@example.com',
    password => 'mypassword'
  );

  my @spreadsheets = $service->spreadsheets();

  # find a spreadsheet by key
  my $spreadsheet = $service->spreadsheet(
    {
        key => 'key_of_a_spreasheet'
    }
  );

  # find a spreadsheet by title
  my $spreadsheet_by_title = $service->spreadsheet(
    {
        title => 'list for new year cards'
    }
  );

  # create a worksheet
  my $worksheet = $spreadsheet->add_worksheet(
    {
        title => 'foobar',
        col_count => 10,
        row_count => 100,
    }
  );

  # list worksheets
  my @ws = $spreadsheet->worksheets;
  # find a worksheet
  my $ws = $spreadsheet->worksheet({title => 'fooba'});

  # create a table
  my $table = $spreadsheet->add_table(
    {
        title => 'sample table',
        worksheet => $worksheet,
        columns => ['id', 'username', 'mail', 'password'],
    }
  );

  # list tables
  my @t = $spreadsheet->tables;
  # find a worksheet
  my $t = $spreadsheet->table({title => 'sample table'});

METHODS

worksheets(\%condition)

Returns a list of Net::Google::Spreadsheets::Worksheet objects. Acceptable arguments are:

  • title

  • title-exact

worksheet(\%condition)

Returns first item of worksheets(\%condition) if available.

add_worksheet(\%attribuets)

Creates new worksheet and returns a Net::Google::Spreadsheets::Worksheet object representing it. Arguments (all optional) are:

  • title

  • col_count

  • row_count

tables(\%condition)

Returns a list of Net::Google::Spreadsheets::Table objects. Acceptable arguments are:

  • title

  • title-exact

table(\%condition)

Returns first item of tables(\%condition) if available.

add_table(\%attribuets)

Creates new table and returns a Net::Google::Spreadsheets::Table object representing it. Arguments are:

  • title (optional)

  • summary (optional)

  • worksheet

    Worksheet where the table lives. worksheet instance or the title.

  • header (optional, default = 1)

    Row number of header

  • start_row (optional, default = 2)

    The index of the first row of the data section.

  • num_rows (optional, default = 0)

    Number of rows of the data section initially made.

  • insertion_mode (optional, default = 'overwrite')

    Insertion mode. 'insert' inserts new row into the worksheet when creating record, 'overwrite' tries to use existing rows in the worksheet.

  • columns

    Columns of the table. you can specify them as hashref, arrayref, arrayref of hashref.

      $ss->add_table(
        {
            worksheet => $ws,
            columns => [
                {index => 1, name => 'foo'},
                {index => 2, name => 'bar'},
                {index => 3, name => 'baz'},
            ],
        }
      );
    
      $ss->add_table(
        {
            worksheet => $ws,
            columns => {
                A => 'foo',
                B => 'bar',
                C => 'baz',
            }
        }
      );
    
      $ss->add_table(
        {
            worksheet => $ws,
            columns => ['foo', 'bar', 'baz'],
        }
      );

    'index' of the first case and hash key of the second case is column index of the worksheet. In the third case, the columns is automatically placed to the columns of the worksheet from 'A' to 'Z' order.

DELETING A SPREADSHEET

To delete a spreadsheet, use Net::Google::DocumentsList.

  my $docs = Net::Google::DocumentsList->new(
    username => 'mygoogleaccount@example.com',
    password => 'mypassword'
  );
  $docs->item({resource_id => 'spreadsheet:'. $ss->key})->delete;

SEE ALSO

https://developers.google.com/google-apps/spreadsheets/

Net::Google::AuthSub

Net::Google::Spreadsheets

Net::Google::Spreadsheets::Worksheet

Net::Google::Spreadsheets::Table

Net::Google::DocumentsList

AUTHOR

Nobuo Danjou <danjou@soffritto.org>