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I have shell access to the server, these modules will not be available on the server. The Perl-CGI page and .pl scripts being invoked are compiled using PerlApp.

The weird thing is that it was working and all of a sudden it has stopped. Some environment changes may have taken place, but according to ActiveState when you compile using PerlApp you compile all necessary Perl Modules into your .pl and/or cgi scripts. This has worked for me in the past and still works today. However, for some reason I believe a library XML::Simple or the XML::Parser relies on has disappear...the problem is I have no clue what linux libraries it would possibly need besides expat.

In reply to Re^2: XML::Simple -> XMLin() requires either XML::SAX or XML::Parser by Anonymous Monk
in thread XML::Simple -> XMLin() requires either XML::SAX or XML::Parser by tptass

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