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Can anyone explain me about the CHILKAT perl module???

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Hi i want to establish a remote connection to a server.I have to use the CHILKAT perl module.i dunno how to use it..can anyone help me???
Jan 29 '08 #1
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numberwhun
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Hi i want to establish a remote connection to a server.I have to use the CHILKAT perl module.i dunno how to use it..can anyone help me???
Please DO NOT post questions in the Perl Articles area. That area is reserved for tutorials and how-to's only! Your questions should be posted in the Forum, just like everyone else.

Last time I checked, the link to post in there said "Submit Perl How To". Would that be a heads up that that is not the place to post a question? It would be to me. Please be mindful of where you are posting your question.

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Jan 29 '08 #2

numberwhun
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Hi i want to establish a remote connection to a server.I have to use the CHILKAT perl module.i dunno how to use it..can anyone help me???
I believe the module you are referring to, which comes from here, also has examples over here.

From what I can see, some functions are free for use, but others (obviously the functions people are yearning for) are available only through their "unique" licensing via your coding. So, I would take a read of the documentation on that site and if you have any questions, you will have to contact the first link for support.

The module would normally be used as any other module, using the "use <module" pragma and then running its functions, but their modules have exceptions for their licensing and the second link shows that. I haven't used their modules, so you may want to have a read. Did you download these from them? Did they come with documentation? They should have provided documentation for their modules, if you ask me.

Regards,

Jeff
Jan 29 '08 #3

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