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Hi! I've got
sub fileUpload { my $q = new CGI; if( my $id = $q->param( 'id' ) ) { #....... } elsif ( my $fileName = $q->upload( 'uploadfile' ) ) { my $fileInfo = $q->uploadInfo($fileName); print "Content-Type: text/html\n\n"; print "uploadInfo:<br>"; print "###$fileName###"; print $q->uploadInfo($fileName)->{'Content-Type'}; #map {print " $_: " . $fileInfo->{$_} . "<br>\n" } sort keys +%$fileInfo; exit(0); #.....
I get "Can't use an undefined value as a HASH reference". I Searched the whole net, but found no solution for this... Thanks! wigwam

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