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Ok can someone tell me how I can create a web page in perl that upload certain scripts and data automatically to a certain location on the server when someone inputs that online?
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by:arnold
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You need to be more specific than that.  Are you loking at CGI that would process a form of which a file is a part?  Look at CGI.pm.  The page is in HTML, the processing will be done through a CGI written in perl.
Search for "file upload scripts" in your favorite search engine and you should have plenty of answers and examples (I got 483 possible answers).
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Do you mean when someone inputs the certain data, or when someone inputs the certain location?
In what manner do they input it?
Do you need to restrict what data or locations are allowed to be uploaded?
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by:gorhamoien
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Karthik thanks for the link. I think that should work. Will let you know.

ozo well I am creating a web page where I have to create a field such as one can upload files. Behind the scene when once the user clicks upload should go into a certain location on the webserver. From there then that file can be used for data manipulation.
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