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hi davorg

thanks for immediate response and here the code which i am trying

to execute,kindly help me

use DBI; # Here's how to include the DBI module my $dbh; my $db = 'myfirstdatabase'; my $db_user = 'RAM'; my $db_password = ''; # Connect to the requested server $dbh = DBI->connect ("dbi:mysql:$db","$db_user", "$db_password",{Raise +Error => 0, PrintError => 0} ) or err_trap("Cannot connect to the dat +abase"); my $sql; my $sth; $sql = "SELECT max(unxtmstmp) FROM logfl"; $sth=$dbh->prepare($sql) or die "preparing: ",$dbh->errstr; $sth->execute or die "executing: ", $dbh->errstr; @$d = $sth->fetchrow_array; print "@$d";

In reply to Re^2: (mysql) failing to locate object method by sriraj
in thread (mysql) failing to locate object method by sriraj

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