Neil Thompson wrote:you might want to use WWW::Mechanize::Shell> I am currently trying to get WWW::Mechanize to work and am struggling
> with what I expected to be a simple example. I have managed to get
> Mechanize working with Google but not with Amazon.
> $browser->field("field-keywords", "williams");
> $browser->field("url", "index=books-uk");
> die "failed to get click go ", $browser->response->status_line
> unless $browser->success;ok, this is the url that was used for a POST-request.> my $url = $browser->uri;
how do you think this url would be enough for the browser?> # launch a browser...
> system('explorer.exe', $url);
fill out the form yourself and then copy and paste the url
and try to go to it: it will show you the same.
you have to get the content of the request into a html-file
and then let explorer show you that file.
[url]http://www.tinita.de/[/url] \ enter__| |__the___ _ _ ___
[url]http://Movies.tinita.de/[/url] \ / _` / _ \/ _ \ '_(_-< of
[url]http://www.perlquotes.de/[/url] \ \ _,_\ __/\ __/_| /__/ perception
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