Re: cURL in PERL HELP.
2006-11-01 02:53:30 GMT
I found some more information, the url contains the date and time stamp the file was created.
I will always know the date but not the time stamp of the file I am looking for. Any suggestions? thanks for all of your help?
I am not sure I follow;
The client place a file on the server daily, to grab the current file you need to use a datestamp "20061030" and then they have a sequence number the changes with no rhyme or reason. if I do 20061030* from the command line I get my file. if I try to do this in perl, it fails to find the file. the * is not being interpreted as a wild card. I am not sure why?
ThanksOn 10/31/06, Daniel Stenberg < daniel <at> haxx.se> wrote:On Tue, 31 Oct 2006, michael mittiga wrote:
> I need to use a wild card in the URL. from the c: prompt it works but in a
> perl script it does not find the needed file. What am I doing wrong here?
> Any questions?
Yes. If they send different data in the POST (as the command lines differ
there), aren't they supposed to return different results then? And if you
intend to send the same data, why not use --trace-ascii in both commands and
just compare the traces afterwards to see how they differ?
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