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Hi,

I have this error:

underfined subroutine &main::get_dbcredentials called at /dir/dir1/dir/file.prl line 200 referrer www.domainname.com


Does anyone know what is missing?
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The subroutine get_dbcredentials is not defined.    Are you using a specific module or is it part of your code.
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

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The comment can be called a correct answer.  The  question has not enough information to determine the answers usefulness.
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