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ONVIF::Analytics::Interfaces::Analytics::AnalyticsEnginePort(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation ONVIF::Analytics::Interfaces::Analytics::AnalyticsEnginePort(3pm)

NAME

ONVIF::Analytics::Interfaces::Analytics::AnalyticsEnginePort - SOAP Interface for the Analytics Web Service

SYNOPSIS

 use ONVIF::Analytics::Interfaces::Analytics::AnalyticsEnginePort;
 my $interface = ONVIF::Analytics::Interfaces::Analytics::AnalyticsEnginePort->new();
 my $response;
 $response = $interface->GetServiceCapabilities();
 $response = $interface->GetSupportedAnalyticsModules();
 $response = $interface->CreateAnalyticsModules();
 $response = $interface->DeleteAnalyticsModules();
 $response = $interface->GetAnalyticsModules();
 $response = $interface->ModifyAnalyticsModules();

DESCRIPTION

SOAP Interface for the Analytics web service located at http://www.examples.com/Analytics/.

SERVICE Analytics

Port AnalyticsEnginePort

METHODS

General methods

new

Constructor.

All arguments are forwarded to SOAP::WSDL::Client.

SOAP Service methods

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GetServiceCapabilities

Returns the capabilities of the analytics service. The result is returned in a typed answer.

Returns a ONVIF::Analytics::Elements::GetServiceCapabilitiesResponse object.

 $response = $interface->GetServiceCapabilities( {
  },,
 );

GetSupportedAnalyticsModules

List all analytics modules that are supported by the given VideoAnalyticsConfiguration. The result of this method may depend on the overall Video analytics configuration of the device, which is available via the current set of profiles.

Returns a ONVIF::Analytics::Elements::GetSupportedAnalyticsModulesResponse object.

 $response = $interface->GetSupportedAnalyticsModules( {
    ConfigurationToken => $some_value, # ReferenceToken
  },,
 );

CreateAnalyticsModules

The device shall ensure that a corresponding analytics engine starts operation when a client subscribes directly or indirectly for events produced by the analytics or rule engine or when a client requests the corresponding scene description stream. An analytics module must be attached to a Video source using the media profiles before it can be used. In case differing analytics configurations are attached to the same profile it is undefined which of the analytics module configuration becomes active if no stream is activated or multiple streams with different profiles are activated at the same time.

Returns a ONVIF::Analytics::Elements::CreateAnalyticsModulesResponse object.

 $response = $interface->CreateAnalyticsModules( {
    ConfigurationToken => $some_value, # ReferenceToken
    AnalyticsModule =>  { # ONVIF::Analytics::Types::Config
      Parameters =>  { # ONVIF::Analytics::Types::ItemList
        SimpleItem => ,
        ElementItem =>  {
        },
        Extension =>  { # ONVIF::Analytics::Types::ItemListExtension
        },
      },
    },
  },,
 );

DeleteAnalyticsModules

Returns a ONVIF::Analytics::Elements::DeleteAnalyticsModulesResponse object.

 $response = $interface->DeleteAnalyticsModules( {
    ConfigurationToken => $some_value, # ReferenceToken
    AnalyticsModuleName =>  $some_value, # string
  },,
 );

GetAnalyticsModules

List the currently assigned set of analytics modules of a VideoAnalyticsConfiguration.

Returns a ONVIF::Analytics::Elements::GetAnalyticsModulesResponse object.

 $response = $interface->GetAnalyticsModules( {
    ConfigurationToken => $some_value, # ReferenceToken
  },,
 );

ModifyAnalyticsModules

Modify the settings of one or more analytics modules of a VideoAnalyticsConfiguration. The modules are referenced by their names. It is allowed to pass only a subset to be modified.

Returns a ONVIF::Analytics::Elements::ModifyAnalyticsModulesResponse object.

 $response = $interface->ModifyAnalyticsModules( {
    ConfigurationToken => $some_value, # ReferenceToken
    AnalyticsModule =>  { # ONVIF::Analytics::Types::Config
      Parameters =>  { # ONVIF::Analytics::Types::ItemList
        SimpleItem => ,
        ElementItem =>  {
        },
        Extension =>  { # ONVIF::Analytics::Types::ItemListExtension
        },
      },
    },
  },,
 );

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