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Posted on 2004-09-23
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Hi,
i'd like to monitor a website, the script gets the http response using LWP::UserAgent,
fine so far but the webiste gives trouble because it first connects to a sql which takes
time, after the request the site gets redirected provided with a session id, this id is
needed for the monitoring.
Is there a nice way to do that ?

thanks
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You'll need to look at the data returned in the HTTP response and either grab the session id from there or make another request following the redirection.

All of the data is available using methods on the HTTP::Response class (which is what to get back from the LWP::UserAgent request method).
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It might also be worth looking at the WWW::Mechanize module.

http://search.cpan.org/~petdance/WWW-Mechanize-1.04/

which is built on top of LWP::UserAgent. It sets things up so cookie-based session keys and redirects should be handled naturally.

Also see: http:Q_21083770.html
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by:MKrauss
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Thats should make it, many thanks.
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