RPC::XML::Parser::XMLParser - A container class for XML::Parser
# This class should rarely (if ever) be used directly: use RPC::XML::ParserFactory 'XML::Parser'; ... $P = RPC::XML::ParserFactory->new(); $P->parse($message);
This class implements the interface defined in the RPC::XML::Parser factory-class (see RPC::XML::Parser) using the XML::Parser module to handle the actual manipulation of XML.
This module implements the public-facing methods as described in RPC::XML::Parser:
- new [ ARGS ]
The constructor only recognizes the two parameters specified in the base class (for the RPC::XML::base64 file-spooling operations).
- parse [ STRING | STREAM ]
The parse() method accepts either a string of XML, a filehandle of some sort, or no argument at all. In the latter case, the return value is a parser instance that acts as a push-parser (a non-blocking parser). For the first two types of input, the return value is either a message object (one of RPC::XML::request or RPC::XML::response) or an error.
- parse_more STRING
(Only callable on a push-parser instance) Parses the chunk of XML, which does not have to describe a complete document, and adds it to the current running document. If this method is called on a parser instance that is not a push-parser, an exception is thrown.
(Only callable on a push-parser instance) Finishes the parsing process and returns either a message object (one of RPC::XML::request or RPC::XML::response) or an error (if the document was incomplete, not wel-formed, or not valid). If this method is called on a parser instance that is not a push-parser, an exception is thrown.
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