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Hi, I am really confuse why does my codes did not work when tried to run it from the browser.However, it works perfectly when run from the command line. Please see my codes below

#!/usr/bin/perl5 use HTML::HTMLDoc; use strict; use warnings; use CGI; my $cgi=new CGI; print $cgi->header( -type => 'application/pdf' ); my $htmldoc = new HTML::HTMLDoc(); $htmldoc->set_html_content(qq~<html><body><table border=1><tr><td cols +pan=2>A PDF file</td></tr><tr><td>Column 1</td><td><img src='freight- +charge.jpg'></td></tr></table></body></html>~); # $htmldoc->set_input_file($filename); # alternative to use a present +file from your fs my $pdf = $htmldoc->generate_pdf(); print $pdf->to_string(); $pdf->to_file('foo.pdf');

I am getting no error, when i compiled it, the syntax is OK. Please help

In reply to html::htmldoc not working by divinafaudan

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