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I've managed to fix the problem with the following code:
sub get { $date_ = $mm." ".$year; my $SendObject=Win32::OLE->new('microsoft.XMLhttp'); $SendObject->open("GET", " +ty2.cfm?propref=".$RRETid."&date_month=".$mon."&date_year=".$year."", + "false"); $SendObject->setRequestHeader("Content-type", "text/plain"); $SendObject->send(); my $response_ = $SendObject->responseText; $response_ =~ s/\s/ /g; @dat = split(/$date_/,$response_); $response_ = $dat[1]; @dat = split(/<\/Table>/i,$response_); $response_ = $dat[0]; open(LOG,">C:/tmp/RRET/RREThtml.txt"); print LOG $response_; close + LOG; }
however, I can't now call $response_ in the main program... do I have to set it as a global variable...if so, how??

In reply to Re: Re: Re: Re: Javascript in Perl and retrieving the HTML source. by waiterm
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