Re: [PBML] need perl script to upload a file to my website
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On Thu, May 26, 2011 at 3:09 AM, Rajagopal, Jay <
> Heheh.. Dave,
> I did not ask the question.. I just guessed what she ( pai_boss or sneha )
> probably did before writing to this group and and mentioned it.
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> Subject: Re: [PBML] need perl script to upload a file to my website
> On Wednesday 25 May 2011 22:29:01 Rajagopal, Jay wrote:
> > // How do you propose to upload the file? How do you usually upload
> > files to your webspace? FTP? SFTP? SCP? WebDAV? //
> > The person who initiated this query did not propose anything to
> > upload. But her manager did it. She is not responsible for it.
> > // Also, what have you tried so far?//
> > So far, she has promised her manager/clients that she knew how to
> > solve the problem.
> Sounds like she lied.
> I don't mean to be harsh, but so far, from your posts, I surmise that:
> - You don't know how the file will be uploaded
> - You don't know how to write some code to upload the file
> - You aren't asking for a little help to write that code, but rather for it
> to be done for you.
> Now, we're happy to help assist Perl beginners with anything they
> stumble with whilst learning Perl or trying to overcome problems / stumbling
> blocks, but we're not here to write code for you; doubly so when it's not
> even clear how said code needs to work.
> You're going to need to go away and do the legwork to figure out what
> exactly it is you *need*. ("To upload a file" is not enough; that's akin to
> asking a mechanic to "fix my car", without telling him what car you have, or
> what the problem is. And without letting him see the car. And expecting it
> fixed for
> Dave P
>  (not that I speak as any kind of official voice)
> David Precious ("bigpresh")
> "Programming is like sex. One mistake and you have to support
> it for the rest of your life". (Michael Sinz)
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