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Re: Why XML::Smart model can't work

by Random_Walk (Prior)
on Dec 17, 2013 at 11:05 UTC ( #1067453=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Why XML::Smart module can't work

can you insert print Dumper $XML_1; after my $XML_1 = XML::Smart->new('run.xml'); to check you really got an XML::Smart object.


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Re^2: Why XML::Smart module can't work
by sanguine_perl (Initiate) on Dec 18, 2013 at 02:32 UTC

    Yes, after inserting print Dumper $XML_1, i got the ojbect, but why i can't print $ref?

    My really intention is to parse the result of get request and print the result i wanted into a .csv file.
    #!/usr/bin/perl use XML::Smart; use Data::Dumper; use warnings; use strict; my @array = (); my %data = (); open OUTFILE, '>result2.csv' or die $!; open FILE, 'fund.txt' or die $!; while (<FILE>) { chomp; my $XML = XML::Smart->new(" +/2008428323/securities/$_"."/documents?colids=590&fields=*"); print Dumper $XML; eval{ %data = %{$XML->{Document}->{Content}->{People}}; }; for my $li (keys %data){ print "$li:$data{$li}"."\n"; push (@array,$data{$li}); } print OUTFILE ("$_,","@array"."\n"); @array = (); } close(OUTFILE); close(FILE); exit;
    the result i got is
    C:\Users\rchen4\Desktop\Perl_XML>perl Use of uninitialized value $data in pattern match (m//) at C:/Dwimperl +/perl/site /lib/XML/Smart/ line 169, <FILE> line 1. $VAR1 = bless( do{\(my $o = bless( { 'tree' => {}, 'a' => [], 'TIEONUSE' => { 'h' => 'XML::Smart::Tie::Has +h', 'a' => 'XML::Smart::Tie::Arr +ay' }, 'parser' => '', 's' => \sub { "DUMMY" }, 'c' => sub { "DUMMY" }, 'point' => ${$VAR1}->{'tree'}, 'h' => {}, 'g' => \*Object::MultiType::Saver::NULL, 'b' => \sub { "DUMMY" } }, 'Object::MultiType::Saver' ))}, 'XML::Smart +' );
    I still got nowhere.I can use XML::Simple to finish the similar task, but i think XML::Smart is more cool so i want to try it.

      That object you got back looks just like mine did when it failed to connect to the URL. Are you sure it is contacting the web server? Try printing "$_"."/documents?colids=590&fields=*\n" and check you can connect to the resulting URL, with a browser, from the machine where your Perl is running


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        I use print Dumper object; and search the reason on line, finally it is resolved.


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