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not getting the required out put

by rashichauhan (Novice)
on Sep 24, 2013 at 06:03 UTC ( #1055443=perlquestion: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??
rashichauhan has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:

use strict; use Data::Dumper; use Carp; use WWW::Mechanize; use WWW::Mechanize::Firefox; my $address = '' +; my $outfile = "outnewemboss1.htm"; my $file = "m1.out"; my $mech = WWW::Mechanize->new(); $mech->get($address); my $outfile = "outnewemboss1.htm"; my $matrix=2; my $matrix1=2; my $file = "m1.out"; $mech->form_id('input-form'); $mech->field( 'nucmethod', $matrix); $mech->field( 'protmethod', $matrix1); $mech->field( 'sequence.file', $file); $mech->set_fields( 'sequence.file' => $file, 'nucmethod'=>$matrix, ' protmethod' => $matrix1 ); print $matrix,$matrix1; print $file; $mech->submit; my $output_page = $mech->content(); open(OUTFILE, ">$outfile"); print OUTFILE "$output_page"; close(OUTFILE);
I have written this code for connecting to emboss distmat and input the msa file and then get the distance matrix file.But the problem is that when I am running the code "same emboss distmat page is opening" .Out put page is not opening.I check all the fields in the source page.Plz help me.

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Re: not getting the required out put
by hdb (Monsignor) on Sep 24, 2013 at 09:17 UTC

    All I can see is the leading whitespace in ' protmethod' that seems wrong. Without a valid input file, it is difficult to run a test.

      Thanx for your suggestion.But I found that it was not due to leading white space in ' protmethod'.It was due to I am using mech->submit().I have to use mech->click().Now I am getting the required output.

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