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I could not find relevant help on google or your search archives, so I am posting here.

I am scraping a screen that I want to use to submit a form based upon a chosen radio button, which will return a different page. A data::dumper of the form is at the end of the post. I do the following AFTER my $mech object (I'm just including a form dump) returns the data following the '-------...' line (with a status of 200):

(Another update - looks like my original 'code' snipped was stripped out by the moderators - probably because my 2nd code segment didn't have a closing tag))

$mech->submit_form( form_name => 'lmSelect', fields => {selService => 'Load Manager', selEnv => 'Prod', lmRB => + $_}, button => 'viewSLA' );
Note also that for lmRB => $_, $_ is one of the values in the 'menu' array in this dump at the end. I've also tried using a value from the 'value_names' array with the same result.

(Update: here is a link to the full dump):

(Update: here is a link to the page i am parsing. It will not work to actually submit anything here, since the website is internal, but it has the original content.):

In reply to WWW::Mechanize, radio buttons, and clicking a named button by mpettis

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