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Hi again,
still struggling here, would appreciate it if someone could help me with the below code which fails.

The below code fails on the line:
$dbh->func( 'users', 'CSV', 'users.csv' 'ad_catalog');

Cheers!

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#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; require 'html.pl'; use lib './MyLib'; use DBI; my $dbh = DBI->connect('dbi:AnyData(RaiseError=>1):'); $dbh->func( 'users', 'CSV', 'users.csv' 'ad_catalog'); my $sth = $dbh->prepare("SELECT surname FROM users"); $sth->execute(); while (my $row = $sth->fetch) { print "@$row\n"; } # define variables header(); print("<table width='90%'>"); print("<TR valign='top'><TD width='30%'>"); print ("Menu<BR>"); print ("====<BR>"); print ("<a href='create-user.cgi'>Create New User</a><BR>"); print ("Login User<BR>"); print ("User Admin<BR>"); print("</TD>"); print("<TD>"); print ("CREATE USER<BR>"); print ("==========<BR>"); print ("This is where the code to create new users will be place +d"); print ("<P>"); print ("USER VARIABLES<HR>"); my %user_data = qw( id blank first_name blank surname blank date_of_birth blank email blank password blank active blank last_login blank create_date blank earnings blank cash blank judoka_limit blank sensei_limit blank dojo_limit blank team_limit blank rank blank ); open (OUTFILE, ">./user_data/test_user"); while (($a, $b) = each(%user_data)){ print ("Key = $a and its value is $b<BR>"); print OUTFILE ("$a\n$b"); } close (OUTFILE); print ("<HR>USERS ON SYSTEM<HR>"); opendir(USERS, "./user_data"); while ( my $name = readdir(USERS)) { if ($name ne '.' and $name ne '..') { print ("<a href='./user_data/$name'>$n +ame</a><BR>"); } } closedir(USERS); print("</TR>"); print("</table>");
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In reply to Re: Re: Re: Re: DBD::CSV - how to install? (FTP only) by lwicks
in thread DBD::CSV - how to install? (FTP only) by lwicks

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