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Just for the record, below are the list of files i have
C:\Program Files\Rational\Common\lib\perl5\site_perl\5.6.1\MSWin32-x86 +-multi-thread\auto\XML „₯„Ÿ„Ÿ„ŸLibXML „  „ „  „  LibXML.dll „  „  LibXML.exp „  „  LibXML.lib „  „  LibXML.pdb „  „  „  „€„Ÿ„Ÿ„ŸCommon „ „  Common.dll „  Common.exp „  Common.lib „  Common.pdb „  „₯„Ÿ„Ÿ„ŸNamespaceSupport „€„Ÿ„Ÿ„ŸSAX
C:\Program Files\Rational\Common\lib\perl5\site_perl\5.6.1\XML „ „  LibXML.pod „ „ „  „₯„Ÿ„Ÿ„ŸLibXML „  Attr.pod „ „  CDATASection.pod „  Comment.pod „ „  Document.pod „  DocumentFragment.pod „  DOM.pod „  Dtd.pod „  Element.pod „  InputCallback.pod „ „  Namespace.pod „  Node.pod „ „ „  Parser.pod „  PI.pod „ „  Reader.pod „  RelaxNG.pod „ „  SAX.pod „  Schema.pod „  Text.pod „ „  XPathContext.pod „  „€„Ÿ„Ÿ„ŸSAX „ „ „  Builder.pod „ „ „ „  Intro.pod „ „ „ „ „ „ „  „€„Ÿ„Ÿ„ŸPurePerl „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „  „€„Ÿ„Ÿ„ŸReader

And libxml2.dll is placed in
C:\Program Files\Rational\Common\libxml2.dll
i hope this could throw some light!

In reply to Re^8: Help required installing LibXML Parser by KarthikK
in thread Help required installing LibXML Parser by KarthikK

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