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I'm going to test this out soon.
But I can already say that you seem to have solved some of the details I couldn't work out, for example: Where is the $uri value? Where did the $content end up? ..

The value of $header doesn't seem to work for HTTP::Request, it complains with "Bad header argument". Further, it doesn't seem to hold the headers of the request, but of the response CGI::Application is about to deliver, for example in my test it held a "Content-Type: text/html" header.

Your elaborate attempts to get the $content *of the request* do not seem to work. None of my tests showed the request content getting through. my @params = $q->param should return all parameters but is empty except for those keys passed in $ENV{QUERY_STRING}, no PUTDATA etc. there.
Is a CGI::Fast + CGI::Application based script aware of request data which is not coming from POST requests - at all?

In reply to Re^2: Does CGI::Application expose a HTTP::Request object? by isync
in thread Does CGI::Application expose a HTTP::Request object? by isync

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