Bionanny::Data - a container for a Bionnany record
use Bionanny::Data; my $record = new Bionnany::Data (-count => 5, -name => 'MyFirstservice', -id => 'http://my.server.org/services/MyFirstService', -elapsed => 2345);
But more often the instances of Bionanny::Data are created by calling
report of Bionanny::Reporter (which instantiates this class
use Bionanny::Listener; use Bionanny::Report; my $bionanny = new Bionanny::Listener;
# returned elements are of type Bionanny::Data my $records = new Bionanny::Report(-data => $bionanny->get)->report;
# print them use Data::Dumper; print Data::Dumper->Dump ( [$records], ['Records']);
Each Bionanny::Data object contains one record from a Bionanny service. It can represent a single service invocation, or it can be a cumulated record of many invocations (but always belonging to the same service).
If it is a cumulated record then it contains other Bionanny::Data records as sub-nodes. Maximum is three levels: service -> requests -> records
The new() class method constructs a new record container. It can accept the following named arguments (they can start with a dash):
Martin Senger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This file is a component of the Bionanny project. Copyright Michael Niemi & Martin Senger. For details contact email@example.com, or see http://www.bionanny.org/.
Parts were re-factored from modules available in Bioperl project. See copyright notices there.
This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
This software is provided ``as is'' without warranty of any kind.