Christian Hansen

NAME

Net::FastCGI::Record::EndRequest - Object representation of a FCGI_EndRequestRecord

SYNOPSIS

    # Constructors
    $record = Net::FastCGI::Record::EndRequest->new($request_id, $application_status, $protocol_status);
    $record = Net::FastCGI::Record::EndRequest->parse($request_id, $octets);
    
    # Methods
    $application_status = $record->get_application_status;
    $protocol_status    = $record->get_protocol_status;

DESCRIPTION

INHERITANCE

Net::FastCGI::Record::EndRequest extends Net::FastCGI::Record.

CONSTRUCTORS

new

Constructs an instance of Net::FastCGI::Record::EndRequest.

Usage

    $record = Net::FastCGI::Record::EndRequest->new($request_id, $application_status, $protocol_status);

Arguments

$request_id

An unsigned 16-bit integer.

$application_status

An unsigned 16-bit integer.

$protocol_status

An unsigned 8-bit integer.

Returns

$record

An instance of Net::FastCGI::Record::EndRequest.

parse

Parses FCGI_EndRequestBody.

Usage

    $record = Net::FastCGI::Record::EndRequest->parse($request_id, $octets);

Arguments

$request_id

An unsigned 16-bit integer.

$octets

A string of octets containing the body, must be greater than or equal to 8 octets in length.

Returns

$record

An instance of Net::FastCGI::Record::EndRequest.

METHODS

get_application_status

Usage

    $application_status = $record->get_application_status;

Returns

$application_status

An unsigned 16-bit integer.

get_protocol_status

Usage

    $protocol_status = $record->get_protocol_status;

Returns

$protocol_status

An unsigned 8-bit integer.

EXPORTS

None.

SEE ALSO

http://www.fastcgi.com/devkit/doc/fcgi-spec.html#S5.5
Net::FastCGI::Record
"build_end_request_record" in Net::FastCGI::Protocol
"build_end_request_body" in Net::FastCGI::Protocol
"parse_end_request_body" in Net::FastCGI::Protocol

AUTHOR

Christian Hansen chansen@cpan.org

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (c) 2008 Christian Hansen. All rights reserved.

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