NetSDS::Feature(3) abstract application feature


package NetSDS::Feature::DBI;
use DBI;
use base 'NetSDS::Feature';
sub init {
my ($self) = @_;
my $dsn = $self->conf->{dsn};
my $user = $self->conf->{user};
my $passwd = $self->conf->{passwd};
$self->{dbconn} = DBI->connect($dsn, $user, $passwd);
# Sample method - DBI::do proxy
sub do {
my $self = shift @_;
return $self->{dbconn}->do(@_);


Application "features" are Perl5 packages with unified API for easy integration of some functionality into NetSDS applications infrastructure.

"NetSDS::Feature" module contains superclass for application features providing the following common feature functionality:

        * class construction
        * initialization stub
        * logging


create($app, $conf) - feature constructor
init() - feature initialization
This method should be rewritten with feature functionality implementation. It's possibly to use application and configuration handlers at this time.


        sub init {
                my ($self) = @_;
                $self->{answer} = $self->conf->{answer} || '42';
                my $pid = $self->app->pid();
                if ($self->app->daemon()) {
                        $self->log("info", "Seems we are in a daemon mode");


app() - application object
This method allows to use application methods and properties.

        print "Feature included from app: " . $self->app->name;
conf() - feature configuration
This method provides access to feature configuration.
log($level, $message) - implements logging

        # Write log message
        $self->log("info", "Application does something interesting.");

See NetSDS::Logger documentation for details.


See "samples/" script.


Michael Bochkaryov <[email protected]>


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