AddressBook::Entry - An entry in the AddressBook River stage zero No dependents

The following examples assume a configuration file which maps the cannonical attribute named "lastname" to the ldap attribute named "sn" and the cannonical attribute named "firstname" to the ldap attribute named "givenname". For example, <field name=...

DLEIGH/AddressBook-0.16 - 02 Feb 2001 22:20:09 GMT

AddressBook::Config - AddressBook configuration object River stage zero No dependents

Configuration is read from an XML configuration file which follows this DTD: <?xml version="1.0"?> <!DOCTYPE AddressBook_config [ <!ELEMENT fields (field)> <!ELEMENT field (db)> <!ELEMENT db (EMPTY)> <!ELEMENT databases (LDAP,LDIF,DBI,PDB,Text,HTML)>...

DLEIGH/AddressBook-0.16 - 02 Feb 2001 22:20:09 GMT

AddressBook::DB::DBI - Backend for AddressBook to use in databases River stage zero No dependents

The DBI perl library module is required in order to use this package. AddressBook::DB::DBI supports both sequential and random access backend database methods. The DBI backend has so far only been tested against the CSV database driver. AddressBook::...

DLEIGH/AddressBook-0.16 - 02 Feb 2001 22:20:09 GMT

AddressBook::DB::PDB - Backend for AddressBook to use PDB (PalmOS) Databases. River stage zero No dependents

The PDA::Pilot library module is required in order to use this package. PDA::Pilot is available as part of the pilot-link distribution, which is available at http://www.gnu-designs.com/pilot-link AddressBook::DB::PDB supports sequential backend datab...

DLEIGH/AddressBook-0.16 - 02 Feb 2001 22:20:09 GMT

AddressBook::DB::LDAP - Backend for AddressBook to use LDAP. River stage zero No dependents

The Net::LDAP library module is required in order to use this package. AddressBook::DB::LDAP supports random access backend database methods. Behavior can be modified using the following options: key_fields A list of LDAP attribute names (not cannoni...

DLEIGH/AddressBook-0.16 - 02 Feb 2001 22:20:09 GMT

AddressBook::DB::HTML - Backend for AddressBook to print entries in HTML format River stage zero No dependents

AddressBook::DB::HTML currently supports only the sequential write method. Behavior can be modified using the following options: write_format The write_format string is eval'd to determine how the entry is written. The default write_format string is:...

DLEIGH/AddressBook-0.16 - 02 Feb 2001 22:20:09 GMT

AddressBook::DB::Text - Backend for AddressBook to print entries in a simple text format River stage zero No dependents

AddressBook::DB::Text currently supports only the sequential write method....

DLEIGH/AddressBook-0.16 - 02 Feb 2001 22:20:09 GMT

AddressBook::DB::BBDB - Perl extension for reading and writing bbdb files River stage zero No dependents

Data Format The following is the data layout for a BBDB record. I have created a sample record with my own data. Each field is just separated by a space. I have added comments to the right ["Henry" The first name - a string "Laxen" The last name - a ...

DLEIGH/AddressBook-0.16 - 02 Feb 2001 22:20:09 GMT

AddressBook::DB::LDIF - Backend for AddressBook to use LDIF files. River stage zero No dependents

AddressBook::DB::LDIF supports sequential backend database methods. AddressBook::DB::LDIF behavior can be modified using the following options: key_fields A list of LDIF attribute names (not cannonical names) which can be used to uniquely identify an...

DLEIGH/AddressBook-0.16 - 02 Feb 2001 22:20:09 GMT

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