man Net::XMPP::JID () - XMPP JID Module


Net::XMPP::JID - XMPP JID Module


  Net::XMPP::JID is a companion to the Net::XMPP module.
  It provides the user a simple interface to set and retrieve all 
  parts of a Jabber ID (userid on a server).


  To initialize the JID you must pass it the string that represents the
  jid from the XML packet.  Inside the XMPP modules this is done
  automatically and the JID object is returned instead of a string.
  For example, in the callback function for the XMPP object foo:

    use Net::XMPP;

    sub foo {
      my $foo = new Net::XMPP::Foo(@_);
      my $from = $foo->GetFrom();
      my $JID = new Net::XMPP::JID($from);

  You now have access to all of the retrieval functions available.

  To create a new JID to send to the server:

    use Net::XMPP;

    $JID = new Net::XMPP::JID();

  Now you can call the creation functions below to populate the tag
  before sending it.

Retrieval functions

    $userid   = $JID->GetUserID();
    $server   = $JID->GetServer();
    $resource = $JID->GetResource();

    $JID      = $JID->GetJID();
    $fullJID  = $JID->GetJID("full");
    $baseJID  = $JID->GetJID("base");

Creation functions



    $JID->SetResource("Foo Bar");


Retrieval functions

  GetUserID() - returns a string with the userid of the JID.
                If the string is an address ( then
                the function will return it as an address 

  GetServer() - returns a string with the server of the JID.

  GetResource() - returns a string with the resource of the JID.

  GetJID()       - returns a string that represents the JID stored
  GetJID("full")   within.  If the "full" string is specified, then
  GetJID("base")   you get the full JID, including Resource, which
                   should be used to send to the server.  If the "base",
                   string is specified, then you will just get
                   user@server, or the base JID.

Creation functions

  SetJID(userid=>string,   - set multiple fields in the jid at
         server=>string,     one time.  This is a cumulative
         resource=>string)   and over writing action.  If you set
  SetJID(string)             the "userid" attribute twice, the second
                             setting is what is used.  If you set
                             the server, and then set the resource
                             then both will be in the jid.  If all
                             you pass is a string, then that string
                             is used as the JID.  For valid settings 
                             read the specific Set functions below.

  SetUserID(string) - sets the userid.  Must be a valid userid or the
                      server will complain if you try to use this JID
                      to talk to the server.  If the string is an 
                      address then it will be converted to the %
                      form suitable for using as a User ID.

  SetServer(string) - sets the server.  Must be a valid host on the 
                      network or the server will not be able to talk
                      to it.

  SetResource(string) - sets the resource of the userid to talk to.


Ryan Eatmon


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