- INTERNAL METHODS
- SEE ALSO
Net::DRI::Data::StatusList - Handle a collection of statuses for an object, in a registry independent fashion for Net::DRI
You should never have to use this class directly, but you may get back objects that are instances of subclasses of this class. An object of this class can store the statuses' names, with a message for each and a language tag, and any other stuff, depending on registry.
returns 1 if these statuses enable an object to be active
returns 1 if these statuses enable the object to be published on registry DNS servers
returns 1 if these statuses are for an object that is pending some action at registry
returns 1 if these statuses are for an object that is linked to another one at registry
returns 1 if these statuses allow to update the object at registry
returns 1 if these statuses allow to transfer the object at registry
returns 1 if these statuses allow to delete the object at registry
returns 1 if these statuses allow to renew the object at registry
returns an array with the list of available status to use in the no() call
can be used to build a status, which will be added to the list. Must be given three parameters: a status (from list given by
possible_no()), a message (optional), a lang (optional, default to 'en')
You may also use the following methods, but they should be less useful as the purpose of the module is to give an abstract view of the underlying statuses.
to get only the statuses' names, as an array of sorted names
to get an hash ref with all status information
returns 1 if the object has any of the statuses given as arguments
returns 1 if the object has none of the statuses given as arguments
For now, support questions should be sent to:
Please also see the SUPPORT file in the distribution.
Patrick Mevzek, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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