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Gisle Aas

NAME

HTTP::Status - HTTP Status code processing

SYNOPSIS

 use HTTP::Status;

 if ($rc != RC_OK) { 
     print statusMessage($rc), "\n";
 }

 if (isSuccess($rc)) { ... }
 if (isError($rc)) { ... }
 if (isRedirect($rc)) { ... }

DESCRIPTION

HTTP::Status is a library of routines for manipulating HTTP Status Codes for libwww-perl.

The following functions can be used as mnemonic status codes:

   RC_OK
   RC_CREATED
   RC_ACCEPTED
   RC_NON_AUTHORITATIVE_INFORMATION
   RC_NO_CONTENT
   RC_MULTIPLE_CHOICES
   RC_MOVED_PERMANENTLY
   RC_MOVED_TEMPORARILY
   RC_SEE_OTHER
   RC_NOT_MODIFIED
   RC_BAD_REQUEST
   RC_UNAUTHORIZED
   RC_PAYMENT_REQUIRED
   RC_FORBIDDEN
   RC_NOT_FOUND
   RC_METHOD_NOT_ALLOWED
   RC_NONE_ACCEPTABLE
   RC_PROXY_AUTHENTICATION_REQUIRED
   RC_REQUEST_TIMEOUT
   RC_CONFLICT
   RC_GONE
   RC_AUTHORIZATION_NEEDED
   RC_INTERNAL_SERVER_ERROR
   RC_NOT_IMPLEMENTED
   RC_BAD_GATEWAY
   RC_SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE
   RC_GATEWAY_TIMEOUT

The statusMessage() function will translate status codes to human readable strings.

The isSuccess(), isError(), and isRedirect() functions will return a true value if the passed status code indicates success, and error, or a redirect respectively.

statusMessage($code)

Return user friendly error message for status code $code

isSuccess($code)

Return a true value if $code is a Success status code

isRedirect($code)

Return a true value if $code is a Redirect status code

isError($code)

Return a true value if $code is an Error status code