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User::Identity::SystemUser)Contributed Perl DocumenUser::Identity::System(3pm)

       User::Identity::System - physical system of a person

          is an User::Identity::Item

        use User::Identity;
        use User::Identity::System;
        my $me   = User::Identity->new(...);
        my $server = User::Identity::System->new(...);
        $me->add(system => $server);

        # Simpler

        use User::Identity;
        my $me   = User::Identity->new(...);
        my $addr = $me->add(system => ...);

       The "User::Identity::System" object contains the description of the
       user's presence on a system.  The systems are collected by an
       User::Identity::Collection::Systems object.

       Nearly all methods can return undef.


       User::Identity::System->new([NAME], OPTIONS)

           Create a new system.  You can specify a name as first argument, or
           in the OPTION list.  Without a specific name, the organization is
           used as name.

            Option     --Defined in     --Default
            description  User::Identity::Item  undef
            hostname                      'localhost'
            location                      undef
            name         User::Identity::Item  <required>
            os                            undef
            parent       User::Identity::Item  undef
            password                      undef
            username                      undef

           . description => STRING

           . hostname => DOMAIN

               The hostname of the described system.  It is prefered to use
               full system names, not abbreviations.  For instance, you can
               better use "www.tux.aq" than "www" to avoid confusion.

           . location => NICKNAME|OBJECT

               The NICKNAME of a location which is defined for the same user.
               You can also specify a User::Identity::Location OBJECT.

           . name => STRING

           . os => STRING

               The name of the operating system which is run on the server.
               It is adviced to use the names as used by Perl's $^O variable.
               See the perlvar man-page for this variable, and perlport for
               the possible values.

           . parent => OBJECT

           . password => STRING

               The password to be used to login.  This password must be
               un-encoded: directly usable.  Be warned that storing un-encoded
               passwords is a high security list.

           . username => STRING

               The username to be used to login to this host.



           See "Attributes" in User::Identity::Item



           Returns the object which describes to which location this system
           relates.  The location may be used to find the name of the organi-
           zation involved, or to create a signature.  If no location is spec-
           ified, undef is returned.


           See "Attributes" in User::Identity::Item





       $obj->add(COLLECTION, ROLE)

           See "Collections" in User::Identity::Item

       $obj->addCollection(OBJECT | ([TYPE], OPTIONS))

           See "Collections" in User::Identity::Item


           See "Collections" in User::Identity::Item

       $obj->find(COLLECTION, ROLE)

           See "Collections" in User::Identity::Item


           See "Collections" in User::Identity::Item


           See "Collections" in User::Identity::Item



           See "Collections" in User::Identity::Item


           See "Collections" in User::Identity::Item

       Error: $object is not a collection.

           The first argument is an object, but not of a class which extends

       Error: Cannot load collection module for $type ($class).

           Either the specified $type does not exist, or that module named
           $class returns compilation errors.  If the type as specified in the
           warning is not the name of a package, you specified a nickname
           which was not defined.  Maybe you forgot the 'require' the package
           which defines the nickname.

       Error: Creation of a collection via $class failed.

           The $class did compile, but it was not possible to create an object
           of that class using the options you specified.

       Error: Don't know what type of collection you want to add.

           If you add a collection, it must either by a collection object or a
           list of options which can be used to create a collection object.
           In the latter case, the type of collection must be specified.

       Warning: No collection $name

           The collection with $name does not exist and can not be created.

       This module is part of User-Identity distribution version 0.92, built
       on July 25, 2007. Website: http://perl.overmeer.net/userid/

       Copyrights 2003,2004,2007 by Mark Overmeer <perlATovermeer.net>. For
       other contributors see Changes.

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

perl v5.8.8                       2008-02-28       User::Identity::System(3pm)