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cgi post to return fileby Anonymous Monk
|on Apr 07, 2002 at 04:10 UTC||Need Help??|
Anonymous Monk has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
I have searched the many cgi questions and because this one isn't there, it proably won't make sense ;-) but here goes:
I got POST and my form working. I like that I can pass some parameters to the form, like name/email, and then use them in the cgi script...
Now I want to change my GET to do the same thing. Do I want to pass name/email in a POST form?
Right now the GET code does a
to save the file...I need to emulate this, as I don't want POST to return a file that the user will get the "open/save" file box...
thanks for any suggestions!
(Part of my confusion is that GET doesn't *seem* to execute a script...I have a upload.pl script and would like a download.pl one also)