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I've tried to submit the form using the submit method, but it seems the first form on the page (a website search box) is submitted instead of the login form.
I sort of doubt that can happen
use strict; use WWW::Mechanize; use WWW::Mechanize::FormFiller; use URI::URL; my $agent = WWW::Mechanize->new( autocheck => 1 ); my $formfiller = WWW::Mechanize::FormFiller->new(); $agent->env_proxy(); $agent->follow(''); $agent->get(''); $agent->form(1) if $agent->forms and scalar @{$agent->forms}; $agent->form_number(2); { local $^W; $agent->current_form->value('query', 'WWW::Mechanize'); + }; $agent->submit(); __END__ C:\>perl -MWWW::Mechanize -e"die WWW::Mechanize->VERSION" 1.11_01 at -e line 1. C:\>perl -MWWW::Mechanize::Shell -e shell Module File::Modified not found. Automatic reloading disabled. SetConsoleMode failed, LastError=|6| at C:/Perl/site/lib/Term/ReadKey. +pm line 268. >open Use of uninitialized value in concatenation (.) or string at C:/Perl/s +ite/lib/WWW/ line 1743, <IN> line 1. Can't find any link matching on this page () at C +:/Perl/site/lib/WWW/Mechanize/ line 1028 Can't call method "code" on an undefined value at C:/Perl/site/lib/WWW +/Mechanize/ line 1034, <IN> line 1. >get Retrieving>>>forms Form [1] GET query= (text) <NONAME>= Go (submit) Form [2] GET mode=module (option) [*module/Module|dist/Distr +ibution|author/Author|doc/Documentation] query= (text) <NONAME>=Search (submit) Form [3] POST unickname= (text) returnto=// (hidden readonly) op=userlogin (hidden readonly) upasswd= (password) login_temp=<UNDEF> (checkbox) [*<UNDEF>/off|yes/Public T +erminal] userlogin=Log in (submit)>form 2 GET mode=module (option) [*module/Module|dist/Distr +ibution|author/Author|doc/Documentation] query= (text) <NONAME>=Search (submit)>value query WWW::Mechanize>submit 200>>>scr +ipt

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In reply to Re: Clicking nameless buttons with WWW::Mechanize by PodMaster
in thread Clicking nameless buttons with WWW::Mechanize by bobf

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