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No, I do not have Crypt::SSLeay installed - that never occurred to me. I am on Windows and I'm using ActiveState, so thanks for the Openssl comment, too.

I'm starting to think I misinterpreted the error message. Thanks for an excellent suggestion!

I'll update this node as soon as I try it.

Update: I just got Openssl installed. I tried using PPM to install Crypt::SSLeay, but when I first installed perl I foolishly installed it in 'Program Files' and the Crypt::SSLeay installation choked on the space.

Update: Intrepid brought to my attention the reloc_perl utility (included in ActiveState perl), which will relocate a perl installation to a new directory. I moved the installation out of the 'Program Files' directory and installed Crypt::SSLeay. However, I'm still getting an error when I try to submit the form:

Unexpected field value at +(eval 5) line 1
I'm baffled.

Update: I tracked this error down. Please see the thread "Unexpected field value" error with WWW::Mechanize for more information.

In reply to Re^2: Clicking nameless buttons with WWW::Mechanize by bobf
in thread Clicking nameless buttons with WWW::Mechanize by bobf

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