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I am sorry to have to come begging for more help, but I am thoroughly stuck on the upload code for this. I have tried a few variations, but nothing seems to work. I ended up using a form (as the API instructions specified), I don't know if my code will help at all.

my $response_url = "www.divshare.com"; open my $FILE, "video.avi" or die "Cannot open file\n"; ## Attempt to upload a file my $upload = upload( $user_agent, $upload_ticket, $response_url, $FILE +, $folder_id, ); close $FILE; # Not yet Supported: Email, file_descript, and multiple files sub upload { my $post_url = 'http://upload.divshare.com/api/upload'; my ($user_agent, $upload_ticket, $response_url, $file1, $folder_id) += @_; my $html_form = '<form action="' . $post_url . '" method="post" enctype="multipart +/form-data"> <input type="hidden" name="upload_ticket" value="' . $upload_ticke +t . '" /> <input type="hidden" name="response_url" value="' . $response_url +. '" /> <input type="file" name="file1" /> <input type="text" name="file1_description" maxlength="255" /> <select name="folder_id"> <option value="' . $folder_id . '">[Folder Title 1]</option> </select> <input type="submit" value="Upload" /> </form>'; use HTML::Form; my $form = HTML::Form->parse($html_form, $post_url); # set form attributes $form->attr("upload_ticket", $upload_ticket); $form->attr("file1", $file1); $form->attr("file1_description", "$file1"); $form->attr("folder_id", $folder_id); push @{ $user_agent->requests_redirectable }, 'POST'; my $upload_response = $user_agent->request($form->click) or die "Use +r-Agent POST failed\n"; print $upload_response->base . "\n"; # Check the return object if( $upload_response->is_success ) { print "STATUS: " . $upload_response->status_line . "\n"; my $upload_xml = $upload_response -> content; if( defined $upload_xml && $upload_xml !~ "" ) { if( $upload_xml =~ "error" ) { print $upload_xml . "\n"; } } elsif( defined $upload_response ) { print "Returned no content\n Upload Response: $upload_response\n +"; } else { print "$upload_xml\n"; } return $upload_xml; } else { print STDERR $upload_response->status_line, "\n"; } }

I typically get this print out when I run the script.

http://www.divshare.com?error=true&description=Please+upload+a+file.
STATUS: 200 OK
Returned no content
Upload Response: HTTP::Response=HASH(0x8a62e0c)


In reply to Re^4: Automatic Uploader Script by sadarax
in thread Automatic Uploader Script by sadarax

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