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QuestionPERL script help Pin
David Hoffman19-Dec-09 15:05
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Hi,

In a nut shell I'm trying to post some data to a file on a server, and I am having problems.

Since this is a project from a college class that finished on Friday, I need some help to finish it before I forget what the assignment was about. It is somewhat goofy what we were doing, so I will leave most of what already works out of my story.

We are supposed to take a file that is nothing but a text file and is a list of some data. The Perl/CGI file reads that data, constructs a web page that shows that data using a form and input tags. It also, using JavaScript, shows the data in a tree structure. All that code works great and is not my problem.

We are supposed to use the same Perl/CGI file to update the text file on the server using a POST by saving to that text file any changes we make to our data. I can not get the post to work. I do not know if my form is the problem or the problem is in the Perl Script code that detects when I need to make the changes to the text file. I think it is in the form, but I am not sure what properties I need to declare in the form tag except for method="POST".

I could include the code, but it is unnecessary to do so right now. If you could suggest a good tutorial on what you need to do to make a post using perl that would even be ok. I will post the code if nothing else is working for me. Thanks.

PS - In other words, I don't want you to write my code, just explain to me what steps I need to take or guide me to the right solution. Thanks.
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