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Re^4: Using WWW::Scripter with NTLM authentication

by LambethBoy (Initiate)
on Feb 04, 2011 at 10:18 UTC ( #886178=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: Using WWW::Scripter with NTLM authentication
in thread Using WWW::Scripter with NTLM authentication

I'm not explicitly cloning, it happens when WWW::Scripter starts reading referenced JavaScript files (when using the JavaScript plugin). The oroginal HTML document loads fine, I get the NTLM authorisation errors when the .js files are being read.

Cheers,
LB.


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Re^5: Using WWW::Scripter with NTLM authentication
by rowdog (Curate) on Feb 04, 2011 at 10:41 UTC

    Hrm, I hadn't realized that WWW::Mechanize::FAQ says that

    Mech keeps a history of every page, and the state it was in. It actually keeps a clone of the full Mech object at every step along the way.

    So, there's a clone for each step. I'm kind of in over my head here but I don't see anything wrong with your workaround, as long as you're not sending requests from a bunch of different threads or something silly like that.

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