my $req = Net::Amazon::Request::XXX->new(
[ type => 'Large', ]
[ page => $start_page, ]
[ mode => $mode, ]
[ offer => 'All', ]
[ sort => $sort_type, ]
DESCRIPTIONDon't use this class directly, use derived classes (like "Net::Amazon::Request::ASIN", etc.) instead to specify the type of request and its parameters.
However, there's a bunch of parameters to the constructor that all request types have in common, here they are:
Defaults to "Large", but can also be set to "Medium", or "Small".
- The "Large" type provides everything in "Medium" as well as music track information, customer reviews, similar products, offers, and accessory data, i.e. the kitchen sink.
- The "Medium" type provides everything in "Small" as well as sales rank, editorial reviews, and image URLs.
- The "Small" type provies ASIN, product title, creator (author, artist, etc.), product group, URL, and manufacturer.
- Defaults to "books", but can be set to other catalog values.
- Defaults to 1, but can be set to a different number to start with a different result page. Used in conjunction with the "max_pages" parameter of the "Net::Amazon" object. "page" is the offset, "max_pages" is the maximum number of pages pulled in starting at "page".
Defaults to "salesrank", but search results can be sorted in various
ways, depending on the type of product returned by the search. Search
results may be sorted by the following criteria:
- Featured Items
- Alphabetical (A-Z and Z-A)
- Price (High to Low and Low to High)
- Publication or Release Date
- Average Customer Review
- Artist Name
Consult Net::Amazon::Request::Sort for details.
- To receive values for the fields "CollectibleCount", "NumberOfOfferings", "UsedCount", specify "offer => "All"".
AUTHORMike Schilli, <[email protected]>
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSECopyright 2003 by Mike Schilli <[email protected]>
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.