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  • tnas
    Hi, TIMTOWTDI: use XML::Simple. It s very easy API to maintain XML. perl -e $_= tMM naaCt Feocmama_itpUilucoGa ;$_.=$1,print $2 while s/(..)(.)//;print
    Message 1 of 4 , Nov 7, 2006
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      Hi,

      TIMTOWTDI: use XML::Simple.
      It's very easy API to maintain XML.

      perl -e '$_="tMM naaCt Feocmama_itpUilucoGa";$_.=$1,print $2 while s/(..)(.)//;print substr$_,1,1;'

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      De: manoj mitra <manoj_mitra2001@...>
      Para: perl-beginner@yahoogroups.com
      Enviadas: Terça-feira, 7 de Novembro de 2006 3:29:46
      Assunto: Re: [PBML] Extracing XML data to perl variables?













      Hi!



      use XML::Parser;

      can have the details in CPAN.



      Manoj



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      From: chipwillis2003 <chipwillis2003@ yahoo.com>

      To: perl-beginner@ yahoogroups. com

      Sent: Monday, November 6, 2006 11:09:20 PM

      Subject: [PBML] Extracing XML data to perl variables?



      Hi,

      I am trying to extract the "<ActivityID> 641</ActivityID> "

      and "<ErrorID>0< /ErrorID> " from a web page that returns the values

      in XML. How can I go about putting these values into a Perl variable

      so I can use them for further processing?



      Here is the XML



      <?xml version="1.0" ?>

      - <iLinc:Response version="8.0. 1" xmlns:iLinc= "http://www.ilinc com">

      - <iLinc:AddActivityB asicResponse Reference="101" >

      <ActivityID> 641</ActivityID>

      <ErrorID>0</ ErrorID>

      <ErrorStr />

      </iLinc:AddActivity BasicResponse>

      </iLinc:Response>



      Thank you,

      Chip



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    • chip willis
      Yes, thanks. I have downloaded it and done the example At: http://builder.com.com/5100-6371-5363190.html Works great. Chip ... From: tnas
      Message 2 of 4 , Nov 7, 2006
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        Yes, thanks. I have downloaded it and done the example At:
        http://builder.com.com/5100-6371-5363190.html

        Works great.
        Chip

        ----- Original Message ----
        From: tnas <nascimentothiago@...>
        To: perl-beginner@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Tuesday, November 7, 2006 3:41:09 AM
        Subject: Res: [PBML] Extracing XML data to perl variables?

        Hi,

        TIMTOWTDI: use XML::Simple.
        It's very easy API to maintain XML.

        perl -e '$_="tMM naaCt Feocmama_itpUilucoG a";$_.=$1, print $2 while s/(..)(.)//; print substr$_,1,1; '

        ----- Mensagem original ----
        De: manoj mitra <manoj_mitra2001@ yahoo.com>
        Para: perl-beginner@ yahoogroups. com
        Enviadas: Terça-feira, 7 de Novembro de 2006 3:29:46
        Assunto: Re: [PBML] Extracing XML data to perl variables?

        Hi!

        use XML::Parser;

        can have the details in CPAN.

        Manoj

        ----- Original Message ----

        From: chipwillis2003 <chipwillis2003@ yahoo.com>

        To: perl-beginner@ yahoogroups. com

        Sent: Monday, November 6, 2006 11:09:20 PM

        Subject: [PBML] Extracing XML data to perl variables?

        Hi,

        I am trying to extract the "<ActivityID> 641</ActivityID> "

        and "<ErrorID>0< /ErrorID> " from a web page that returns the values

        in XML. How can I go about putting these values into a Perl variable

        so I can use them for further processing?

        Here is the XML

        <?xml version="1.0" ?>

        - <iLinc:Response version="8.0. 1" xmlns:iLinc= "http://www.ilinc com">

        - <iLinc:AddActivityB asicResponse Reference="101" >

        <ActivityID> 641</ActivityID>

        <ErrorID>0</ ErrorID>

        <ErrorStr />

        </iLinc:AddActivity BasicResponse>

        </iLinc:Response>

        Thank you,

        Chip

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      • chip willis
        Is the Simple XML Parsing capible of doing the parsing of the code below? -
        Message 3 of 4 , Nov 7, 2006
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          Is the Simple XML Parsing capible of doing the parsing of the code below?
          <?xml version="1.0" ?>
          - <iLinc:Response version="8.0.1" xmlns:iLinc="http://www.ilinc.com">
          - <iLinc:AddActivityBasicResponse Reference="101">
          <ActivityID>668</ActivityID>
          <ErrorID>0</ErrorID>
          <ErrorStr />
          </iLinc:AddActivityBasicResponse>
          </iLinc:Response>
          thanks,
          Chip


          ----- Original Message ----
          From: tnas <nascimentothiago@...>
          To: perl-beginner@yahoogroups.com
          Sent: Tuesday, November 7, 2006 3:41:09 AM
          Subject: Res: [PBML] Extracing XML data to perl variables?

          Hi,

          TIMTOWTDI: use XML::Simple.
          It's very easy API to maintain XML.

          perl -e '$_="tMM naaCt Feocmama_itpUilucoG a";$_.=$1, print $2 while s/(..)(.)//; print substr$_,1,1; '

          ----- Mensagem original ----
          De: manoj mitra <manoj_mitra2001@ yahoo.com>
          Para: perl-beginner@ yahoogroups. com
          Enviadas: Terça-feira, 7 de Novembro de 2006 3:29:46
          Assunto: Re: [PBML] Extracing XML data to perl variables?

          Hi!

          use XML::Parser;

          can have the details in CPAN.

          Manoj

          ----- Original Message ----

          From: chipwillis2003 <chipwillis2003@ yahoo.com>

          To: perl-beginner@ yahoogroups. com

          Sent: Monday, November 6, 2006 11:09:20 PM

          Subject: [PBML] Extracing XML data to perl variables?

          Hi,

          I am trying to extract the "<ActivityID> 641</ActivityID> "

          and "<ErrorID>0< /ErrorID> " from a web page that returns the values

          in XML. How can I go about putting these values into a Perl variable

          so I can use them for further processing?

          Here is the XML

          <?xml version="1.0" ?>

          - <iLinc:Response version="8.0. 1" xmlns:iLinc= "http://www.ilinc. com">

          - <iLinc:AddActivityB asicResponse Reference="101" >

          <ActivityID> 641</ActivityID>

          <ErrorID>0</ ErrorID>

          <ErrorStr />

          </iLinc:AddActivity BasicResponse>

          </iLinc:Response>

          Thank you,

          Chip

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        • chip willis
          This XML come back to a Perl page .pl web page. I think it comes back through the header? So that means the XML parser will not work for this? Here is the sub
          Message 4 of 4 , Nov 7, 2006
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            This XML come back to a Perl page .pl web page. I think it comes back through the header?
            So that means the XML parser will not work for this?
            Here is the sub that sends and returns the XML

            sub send_remote_post {
            my ($request_ref, $request_url) = @_;
            my $data_to_send;
            foreach (keys %{$request_ref}) { # prepare request data
            $data_to_send .= $_ . '=' . uri_escape($request_ref->{$_}) . '&';
            $data_to_send =~ s/\;/\&\#59\;/g;
            }
            chop($data_to_send); # get rid of last ampersand
            # Create a user agent object
            $ua = LWP::UserAgent->new;
            $ua->agent("iLinc/0.1 ");
            # Create a request
            my $req = HTTP::Request->new(POST => $request_url);
            $req->content_type('application/x-www-form-urlencoded');
            $req->content($data_to_send);
            # Pass request to the user agent and get a response back
            my $res = $ua->request($req);
            # Check the outcome of the response
            if ($res->is_success) {
            # populate required variables with returned data (if necessary)
            my $returned_data = $res->content;
            chomp($returned_data);
            return $returned_data;
            } else {
            return 0;
            }
            }

            Thanks
            Chip


            ----- Original Message ----
            From: tnas <nascimentothiago@...>
            To: perl-beginner@yahoogroups.com
            Sent: Tuesday, November 7, 2006 3:41:09 AM
            Subject: Res: [PBML] Extracing XML data to perl variables?

            Hi,

            TIMTOWTDI: use XML::Simple.
            It's very easy API to maintain XML.

            perl -e '$_="tMM naaCt Feocmama_itpUilucoG a";$_.=$1, print $2 while s/(..)(.)//; print substr$_,1,1; '

            ----- Mensagem original ----
            De: manoj mitra <manoj_mitra2001@ yahoo.com>
            Para: perl-beginner@ yahoogroups. com
            Enviadas: Terça-feira, 7 de Novembro de 2006 3:29:46
            Assunto: Re: [PBML] Extracing XML data to perl variables?

            Hi!

            use XML::Parser;

            can have the details in CPAN.

            Manoj

            ----- Original Message ----

            From: chipwillis2003 <chipwillis2003@ yahoo.com>

            To: perl-beginner@ yahoogroups. com

            Sent: Monday, November 6, 2006 11:09:20 PM

            Subject: [PBML] Extracing XML data to perl variables?

            Hi,

            I am trying to extract the "<ActivityID> 641</ActivityID> "

            and "<ErrorID>0< /ErrorID> " from a web page that returns the values

            in XML. How can I go about putting these values into a Perl variable

            so I can use them for further processing?

            Here is the XML

            <?xml version="1.0" ?>

            - <iLinc:Response version="8.0. 1" xmlns:iLinc= "http://www.ilinc com">

            - <iLinc:AddActivityB asicResponse Reference="101" >

            <ActivityID> 641</ActivityID>

            <ErrorID>0</ ErrorID>

            <ErrorStr />

            </iLinc:AddActivity BasicResponse>

            </iLinc:Response>

            Thank you,

            Chip

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            }
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            }
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            }
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            font-size:77% ;
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            }
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