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Oh, sorry about that: Here's a piece of my code:

#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use lib "/www/htdocs/v028502/cgi-bin/Modules/"; use CGI; # does not need use lib use HTML::Template; # does need use lib and works fine use XML::Simple; # does need use lib but doesn't work correctly (XMLou +t() works) use LWP::Simple; # does need use lib and works fine, too. my $q = new CGI; my $name = $q->param('name'); $name = lc($name); my $xml = XMLin("$name.xml", searchpath => ['users']); # NOT possible +on the Linux machine! print $q->header('text/html'); # HTML Header print "$xml->{email}<br>$xml->{adress}"; # For Example... exit;
I can not run my source file from the command line, because it is the machine of my ISP. On my local webserver it works absolutely fine, also in the command line. I even asked for the error logs, but they didn't send it to me yet.
I hope I made my problem a bit more clear.

In reply to Re: Re: XML::Simple and use lib by BioHazard
in thread XML::Simple and use lib by BioHazard

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