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December 30, 2009, 8:54 pm
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<p><input type="submit" id="submitButton" value="Submit" /></p></
I tried to submit this form (click the submit button) which
WWW::Mechanize, but to no avail
$form->click_button( value => 'Submit');
didnt work, any other way didnt work as well, seems that maybe its
so , any idea how to use WWW::Scripter or any other way to click it??
Searching for WWW::Mechanize on search.cpan.org gives several helpful
results. I would probably start with W::M::Firefox, since WWW::Scripter
seems to be quite new. I have also used Selenium with success in the
past, though that's considerably harder to set up.
Otherwise: how are you trying to use WWW::Scripter, and how is it
failing for you?
first of all thank,
secondly, I've downloaded wsp.pl, according to the README file:
Set proxy to host:5364
Set secure proxy to host:5364
So I fired up my Firefox browser, navigated to the proxy settings, but
I couldn't figure out what to fill in there to make it work
I tried: HTTP PROXY: localhost PORT: 5364
it didnt work
That should do it.
Uh, what does "didn't work" mean when you say it?
You could surf but traffic was not logged?
You could not surf?
Having one or more symptoms can go a long way toward getting
a useful diagnosis...
email: perl -le "print scalar reverse qq/moc.liamg0cm.j.dat/"
I found out that wsp.pl actually works, but it doesnt work on that
given site because of security...it doesnt dump anything when I browse
that site, but other sites works fine.
so, I believe there is another way to see the the JS is issuing when I
click on that 'Submit' button, and then I can do the same with a POST
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