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HTTP::OAI::Record(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation HTTP::OAI::Record(3pm)

NAME

HTTP::OAI::Record - Encapsulates an OAI record

SYNOPSIS

        use HTTP::OAI::Record;

        # Create a new HTTP::OAI Record
        my $r = new HTTP::OAI::Record();

        $r->header->identifier('oai:myarchive.org:oid-233');
        $r->header->datestamp('2002-04-01');
        $r->header->setSpec('all:novels');
        $r->header->setSpec('all:books');

        $r->metadata(new HTTP::OAI::Metadata(dom=>$md));
        $r->about(new HTTP::OAI::Metadata(dom=>$ab));

METHODS

$r = new HTTP::OAI::Record( %opts )
This constructor method returns a new HTTP::OAI::Record object.

Options (see methods below):

        header => $header
        metadata => $metadata
        about => [$about]
    
$r->header([HTTP::OAI::Header])
Returns and optionally sets the record header (an HTTP::OAI::Header object).
$r->metadata([HTTP::OAI::Metadata])
Returns and optionally sets the record metadata (an HTTP::OAI::Metadata object).
$r->about([HTTP::OAI::Metadata])
Optionally adds a new About record (an HTTP::OAI::Metadata object) and returns an array of objects (may be empty).

Header Accessor Methods

These methods are equivalent to "$rec->header->$method([$value])".
$r->identifier([$identifier])
Get and optionally set the record OAI identifier.
$r->datestamp([$datestamp])
Get and optionally set the record datestamp.
$r->status([$status])
Get and optionally set the record status (valid values are 'deleted' or undef).
$r->is_deleted()
Returns whether this record's status is deleted.
2019-11-24 perl v5.30.0