First thing you should do is what I call "Simplification". Make a simpler script using DBI and see if it runs ok. Make a REALLY simple one, something like:
- select one field from a table
- print the result
By doing this you will know for sure if this is a code problem or an installation problem.
This error message usually means you have a bad installation... How did you installed DBI?
($author_nickname, $author_email) = ("DaWolf","erabbott\@terra.com.br")
if ($author_name eq "Er
P.S.: Are you from Brazil too? :-)
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