CGI::JSONRPC - CGI handler for JSONRPC
use CGI; use CGI::JSONRPC; my $cgi = new CGI; CGI::JSONRPC->handler($cgi); exit;
CGI::JSONRPC is a pole for perl.
CGI::JSONRPC implements the JSONRPC protocol as defined at http://www.json-rpc.org/. When a JSONRPC request is received by this handler, it is translated into a method call. The method and it's arguments are determined by the JSON payload coming from the browser, and the package to call this method on is determined by the
JSONRPC_Class apache config directive.
A sample "dispatcher" module is supplied, CGI::JSONRPC::Dispatcher
Note: This documentation is INCOMPLETE and this is an alpha release. The interface is somewhat stable and well-tested, but other changes may come as I work in implementing this on my website.
When contacted with a POST request, CGI::JSONRPC will attempt to process and dispatch a JSONRPC request. If a valid JSONRPC request was sent in the POST data, the dispatcher class will be called, with the following arguments:
Just like any other class method, the first argument passed in will be name of the class being invoked.
The object ID string from the JSONRPC request. In accordance with the json-rpc spec, your response will only be sent to the client if this value is defined.
All further arguments to the method will be the arugments passed to the JSONRPC constructor. It is expected to be a hash of key value option pairs.
If the client specified an
id, your method's return value will be serialized into a JSON array and sent to the client as the "result" section of the JSONRPC response.
The default dispatcher adds another layer of functionality; it expects the first argument in @params to be the name of the class the method is being invoked on. See CGI::JSONRPC::Dispatcher for more details on that.
Tyler "Crackerjack" MacDonald <email@example.com> and David Labatte <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Copyright 2008 Tyler "Crackerjack" MacDonald <email@example.com> and David Labatte <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This is free software; You may distribute it under the same terms as perl itself.
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