You should visit http://perlmaven.com/ (available in many languages) or http://learn.perl.org/ to learn some Perl first.
Your shell script doesn’t need to copy the commandline values. You also used #!usr/bin/bash which won’t work because the path is either /usr/bin/bash or (more common) /bin/bash:
#!/bin/bash createviewset ccm -b $1 -t $2 source setenv $2 rest of the code
Perl assigns all command line arguments to the array @ARGV. This sample prints your two arguments:
#!/usr/bin/perl print $ARGV; print $ARGV;
Notice that the numbering starts with 0 instead of 1 as in $1 in your bash script.
Next part is running external (shell) commands in Perl: Use the system command.
#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; system 'createviewset','ccm','-b',$ARGV,'-t',$ARGV; system 'source','setenv',$ARGV;
Notice that the source command won’t work because a Perl script is not a shell script and can’t “include” Bash script. I appreciate that you’re trying to use Perl for your problem, but it looks like Bash is the much better tool for this.