Net::DBus::Binding::Message::Error - a message encoding a method call error
use Net::DBus::Binding::Message::Error; my $error = Net::DBus::Binding::Message::Error->new( replyto => $method_call, name => "org.example.myobject.FooException", description => "Unable to do Foo when updating bar"); $connection->send($error);
This module is part of the low-level DBus binding APIs, and should not be used by application code. No guarentees are made about APIs under the
Net::DBus::Binding:: namespace being stable across releases.
This module provides a convenience constructor for creating a message representing an error condition.
- my $error = Net::DBus::Binding::Message::Error->new( replyto => $method_call, name => $name, description => $description);
Creates a new message, representing an error which occurred during the handling of the method call object passed in as the
nameparameter is the formal name of the error condition, while the
descriptionis a short piece of text giving more specific information on the error.
- my $name = $error->get_error_name
Returns the formal name of the error, as previously passed in via the
nameparameter in the constructor.
Daniel P. Berrange.
Copyright (C) 2005-2006 Daniel P. Berrange