NAME

Shipment::Purolator::WSDL::Interfaces::ServiceAvailabilityService::ServiceAvailabilityServiceEndpoint

VERSION

version 3.05

SYNOPSIS

 use Shipment::Purolator::WSDL::Interfaces::ServiceAvailabilityService::ServiceAvailabilityServiceEndpoint;
 my $interface = Shipment::Purolator::WSDL::Interfaces::ServiceAvailabilityService::ServiceAvailabilityServiceEndpoint->new();

 my $response;
 $response = $interface->GetServicesOptions();
 $response = $interface->GetServiceRules();
 $response = $interface->ValidateCityPostalCodeZip();

DESCRIPTION

SOAP Interface for the ServiceAvailabilityService web service located at https://devwebservices.purolator.com/EWS/V1/ServiceAvailability/ServiceAvailabilityService.asmx.

NAME

Shipment::Purolator::WSDL::Interfaces::ServiceAvailabilityService::ServiceAvailabilityServiceEndpoint - SOAP Interface for the ServiceAvailabilityService Web Service

SERVICE ServiceAvailabilityService

Port ServiceAvailabilityServiceEndpoint

METHODS

General methods

new

Constructor.

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

SOAP Service methods

Method synopsis is displayed with hash refs as parameters.

The commented class names in the method's parameters denote that objects of the corresponding class can be passed instead of the marked hash ref.

You may pass any combination of objects, hash and list refs to these methods, as long as you meet the structure.

List items (i.e. multiple occurences) are not displayed in the synopsis. You may generally pass a list ref of hash refs (or objects) instead of a hash ref - this may result in invalid XML if used improperly, though. Note that SOAP::WSDL always expects list references at maximum depth position.

XML attributes are not displayed in this synopsis and cannot be set using hash refs. See the respective class' documentation for additional information.

GetServicesOptions

GetServicesOptions @param request GetServicesOptionsRequest @return GetServicesOptionsResponse

Returns a Shipment::Purolator::WSDL::Elements::GetServicesOptionsResponse object.

 $response = $interface->GetServicesOptions( { # Shipment::Purolator::WSDL::Types::GetServicesOptionsRequestContainer
    BillingAccountNumber =>  $some_value, # string
    SenderAddress =>  { # Shipment::Purolator::WSDL::Types::ShortAddress
      City =>  $some_value, # string
      Province =>  $some_value, # string
      Country =>  $some_value, # string
      PostalCode =>  $some_value, # string
    },
    ReceiverAddress => {}, # Shipment::Purolator::WSDL::Types::ShortAddress
  },,
 );

GetServiceRules

GetServiceRules @param request GetServiceRulesRequest @return GetServiceRulesResponse

Returns a Shipment::Purolator::WSDL::Elements::GetServiceRulesResponse object.

 $response = $interface->GetServiceRules( { # Shipment::Purolator::WSDL::Types::GetServiceRulesRequestContainer
    BillingAccountNumber =>  $some_value, # string
    SenderAddress =>  { # Shipment::Purolator::WSDL::Types::ShortAddress
      City =>  $some_value, # string
      Province =>  $some_value, # string
      Country =>  $some_value, # string
      PostalCode =>  $some_value, # string
    },
    ReceiverAddress => {}, # Shipment::Purolator::WSDL::Types::ShortAddress
  },,
 );

ValidateCityPostalCodeZip

ValidateCityPostalCodeZip @param request ValidateCityPostalCodeZipRequest @return ValidateCityPostalCodeZipResponse

Returns a Shipment::Purolator::WSDL::Elements::ValidateCityPostalCodeZipResponse object.

 $response = $interface->ValidateCityPostalCodeZip( { # Shipment::Purolator::WSDL::Types::ValidateCityPostalCodeZipRequestContainer
    Addresses =>  { # Shipment::Purolator::WSDL::Types::ArrayOfShortAddress
      ShortAddress =>  { # Shipment::Purolator::WSDL::Types::ShortAddress
        City =>  $some_value, # string
        Province =>  $some_value, # string
        Country =>  $some_value, # string
        PostalCode =>  $some_value, # string
      },
    },
  },,
 );

AUTHOR

Generated by SOAP::WSDL on Wed Sep 15 15:52:15 2010

AUTHOR

Andrew Baerg <baergaj@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2018 by Andrew Baerg.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.