- SEE ALSO
Net::DRI::Transport::HTTP - HTTP/HTTPS Transport for Net::DRI
This module implements an HTTP/HTTPS transport for establishing connections in Net::DRI
At creation (see Net::DRI
new_profile) you pass a reference to an hash, with the following available keys:
time to wait (in seconds) for server reply
remote_url begins with https://, all key materials, see IO::Socket::SSL documentation for corresponding options
see IO::Socket::SSL documentation about verify_mode (by default 0x00 here)
see IO::Socket::SSL documentation about verify_callback, it gets here as first parameter the transport object then all parameter given by IO::Socket::SSL; it is explicitly verified that the subroutine returns a true value, and if not the connection is aborted.
URL to access
protocol login & password
(optional) new password if you want to change password on login for registries handling that at connection
Net::DRI class handling protocol connection details. Specifying it should not be needed, as the registry driver should have correct default values.
(optional) opaque data given to protocol_connection class. For EPP, a key login_service_filter may exist, whose value is a code ref. It will be given an array of services, and should give back a similar array; it can be used to filter out some services from those given by the registry.
(optional) a callback (code ref) executed after each exchange with the registry, being called with the following parameters: the transport object, the phase (1 for greeting+login, 2 for all normal operations, 3 for logout), the count (if we retried multiple times to send the same message), the message sent (HTTP::Request object) and the response received (HTTP::Response object). This can be used to verify/diagnose SSL details, see example in file t/704opensrs_xcp_live.t
(optional) the local address (hostname or IP) you want to use to connect (if you are multihomed)
For now, support questions should be sent to:
Please also see the SUPPORT file in the distribution.
Patrick Mevzek, <email@example.com>
Copyright (c) 2008-2011,2013 Patrick Mevzek <firstname.lastname@example.org>. All rights reserved.
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