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Don't mix the OO and function oriented interface of CGI for no good reason.

This is an example I use often to test cgi upload scripts.

#!/usr/bin/perl -w #!C:/perl/bin/perl -w use CGI::Carp qw( fatalsToBrowser ); use CGI; #use CGI 2.7; # the minimum acceptable version is 2.7 in my book use strict; my $query = new CGI; print $query->header, $query->h1("VERSIOn $CGI::VERSION"), $query->h1("POST MAX $CGI::POST_MAX "), $query->h1(" DISABLE_UPLOADS $CGI::DISABLE_UPLOADS "), $query->start_multipart_form(); print $query->filefield(-name=>'uploaded_file', -default=>'starting value', -size=>50, -maxlength=>80); print $query->submit(),$query->end_form(); print $query->hr(); if($query->upload('uploaded_file')) { my $fh = $query->upload('uploaded_file'); print "<PRE>Filename: $fh \n"; print "Size: ".(-s $fh)."\n\n"; print while <$fh>; # idiomatic print "</pre>"; }
If this does not work or reveal why not (old/broken version of, disabled uploads ...), then you need to check your web server configuration (disabled/limited at server level).

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In reply to Re: cgi File Upload, No data pased through? by PodMaster
in thread cgi File Upload, No data pased through? by heezy

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