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CipUX::Object::Action::List - Object layer class for CipUX

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NAME

CipUX::Object::Action::List - Object layer class for CipUX

VERSION

version 3.4.0.5

SYNOPSIS

  use CipUX::Object::Action::List;

DESCRIPTION

Provides the functions cipux_object_create and cipux_object_destroy as well as some auto-calculated values for example for userPassword.

ABSTRACT

The CipUX object layer is a generic abstract class, which can be used by other classes or scripts.
The function cipux_object_create may create one or several LDAP nodes according to the configuration structure in /etc/cipux/cipux-object.conf or ~/.cipux/cipux-object.conf.
The function cipux_object_destroy tries to remove one or more LDAP nodes.

SUBROUTINES/METHODS

The following functions will be exported by CipUX::Object::Action::List.

new

Constructor
Syntax:
  my $cipux_object = CipUX::Object::Action::List->new({});
  my $cipux_object = CipUX::Object::Action::List->new({debug=>1});
  my $cfg = '/etc/cipux/cipux-object.conf';
  my $cipux_object = CipUX::Object::Action::List->new({cfg=>$cfg});
Description:
cfg
Configuration files may be provided for convenience. This is meant to work in a single-server scenario and multi-server settings.
The preset behavior is to throw an exception, when some parameter value of the configuration file is missing or is wrong.
Summary:
 * if a configuration file is given
      incorporate this file if it is there
   else
      look for ~/.cipux/cipux-object.conf and incorporate if it is there
   else
      look for /etc/cipux/cipux-object.conf and incorporate if it is there
/etc/cipux/cipux-object.conf
The configuration file is for dispatching multiple CipUX objects.
TODO: write conf structure!
For details see man page of cipux-object.conf.

DESTROY

Mandatory DESTROY Method for Inside-Out Class.
Syntax:
   $i10n->DESTROY();

list_type

Creates a CipUX object
Syntax:
 $object->list_type({
                              });

preset

Creates a CipUX object
Syntax:
 $object->preset({
                              });

auto

Creates a CipUX object
Syntax:
 $object->auto({
                              });

mandatory

Creates a CipUX object
Syntax:
 $object->mandatory({
                              });

rule

Creates a CipUX object
Syntax:
 $object->rule({
                              });

alias

Creates a CipUX object
Syntax:
 $object->alias({
                              });

list_object_action

TODO

preset_auto_mandatory_rule_alias

Creates a CipUX object
Syntax:
 $object->preset_auto_mandatory_rule_alias({
});

oid_number_supremum

TODO

object

TODO

test_cfg

TODO

DEMOLISH

TODO

config

TODO

DIAGNOSTICS

TODO

CONFIGURATION AND ENVIRONMENT

TODO

DEPENDENCIES

Carp Class:Std CipUX CipUX::Storage Pod::Usage Date::Manip

INCOMPATIBILITIES

Not known.

BUGS AND LIMITATIONS

Not known.

SEE ALSO

See the CipUX web page and the manual at <http://www.cipux.org>
See the mailing list <http://sympa.cipworx.org/wws/info/cipux-devel>

AUTHOR

Christian Kuelker <christian.kuelker@cipworx.org> Copyright (C) 2007 - 2009 by Christian Kuelker
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