User::Identity::System - physical system of a person
is a User::Identity::Item
my $me = User::Identity->new(...);
my $server = User::Identity::System->new(...);
$me->add(system => $server);
my $me = User::Identity->new(...);
my $addr = $me->add(system => ...);
The User::Identity::System object contains the description of the user's presence on a system. The systems are collected by an User::Identity::Collection::Systems object.
Nearly all methods can return undef.
Extends "DESCRIPTION" in User::Identity::Item.
Extends "METHODS" in User::Identity::Item.
Extends "Constructors" in User::Identity::Item.
Create a new system. You can specify a name as first argument, or in the OPTION list. Without a specific name, the organization is used as name.
-Option --Defined in --Default
description User::Identity::Item undef
name User::Identity::Item <required>
parent User::Identity::Item undef
The hostname of the described system. It is preferred to use full system names, not abbreviations. For instance, you can better use www.tux.aq than www to avoid confusion.
The NICKNAME of a location which is defined for the same user. You can also specify a User::Identity::Location OBJECT.
The name of the operating system which is run on the server. It is advised to use the names as used by Perl's $^O variable. See the perlvar man-page for this variable, and perlport for the possible values.
The password to be used to login. This password must be un-encoded: directly usable. Be warned that storing un-encoded passwords is a high security list.
The username to be used to login to this host.
Extends "Attributes" in User::Identity::Item.
Inherited, see "Attributes" in User::Identity::Item
Returns the object which describes to which location this system relates. The location may be used to find the name of the organization involved, or to create a signature. If no location is specified, undef is returned.
Extends "Collections" in User::Identity::Item.
Inherited, see "Collections" in User::Identity::Item
Extends "Searching" in User::Identity::Item.
Inherited, see "Searching" in User::Identity::Item
The first argument is an object, but not of a class which extends User::Identity::Collection.
Either the specified $type does not exist, or that module named $class returns compilation errors. If the type as specified in the warning is not the name of a package, you specified a nickname which was not defined. Maybe you forgot the 'require' the package which defines the nickname.
The $class did compile, but it was not possible to create an object of that class using the options you specified.
If you add a collection, it must either by a collection object or a list of options which can be used to create a collection object. In the latter case, the type of collection must be specified.
The collection with $name does not exist and can not be created.
This module is part of User-Identity distribution version 1.02, built on April 17, 2023. Website: http://perl.overmeer.net/CPAN/
Copyrights 2003-2023 by [Mark Overmeer <email@example.com>]. For other contributors see ChangeLog.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. See http://dev.perl.org/licenses/
To install User::Identity, copy and paste the appropriate command in to your terminal.
perl -MCPAN -e shell
For more information on module installation, please visit the detailed CPAN module installation guide.