Section: User Contributed Perl Documentation (3)
Net::DBus::Service - Provide a service to the bus for clients to use
# Attach to the bus
my $bus = Net::DBus->find;
# Acquire a service 'org.demo.Hello'
my $service = $bus->export_service("org.demo.Hello");
# Export our object within the service
my $object = Demo::HelloWorld->new($service);
....rest of program...
This module represents a service which is exported to the message
bus. Once a service has been exported, it is possible to create
and export objects to the bus.
- my $service = Net::DBus::Service->new($bus, $name);
Create a new service, attaching to the bus provided in
the $bus parameter, which should be an instance of
the Net::DBus object. The $name parameter is the
qualified service name. It is not usually necessary to
use this constructor, since services can be created via
the "export_service" method on the Net::DBus object.
When $name is not specified or is "undef" then returned
handle to the service is identified only by the unique name
of client's connection to the bus.
- my $bus = $service->get_bus;
Retrieves the Net::DBus object to which this service is
- my $name = $service->get_service_name
Retrieves the qualified name by which this service is
known on the bus.
Daniel P. Berrange
Copyright (C) 2005-2011 Daniel P. Berrange
Net::DBus, Net::DBus::Object, Net::DBus::RemoteService