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Hi affoken,

I've tried different ways, but none of them works. I've created a InMemoryFile withe two lines;

Here are the output of my tests:

Try to upload all the *.txt files from this directory:

command: ..put( -local => "*.txt",   -url => "$url/$base_dir/$work_dir" )
Reply..:   put *.txt succeeded

Try to upload the InMemoryfile accessed via filehandler $fh:

command: ..put( -local => "$fh",    -url => "$url/$base_dir/$work_dir" )
Reply..:   put foo_Line_01

command: ..put( -local => \$fh,     -url => "$url/$base_dir/$work_dir" )
Reply..:   put REF(0x274dc28) failed

command: ..put( -local => $fhref,   -url => "$url/$base_dir/$work_dir" )
Reply..:   put REF(0x274dc28) failed 

command: ..put( -local => "\$fh",   -url => "$url/$base_dir/$work_dir" )
Reply..:   put $fh failed

command: ..put( -local => "\$fhref",-url => "$url/$base_dir/$work_dir" )
Reply..:   put $fhref failed

Any idea how to handle the -local parameter of the HTTP::DAV put request for an InMemoryfile linehandler?


In reply to Re^6: in memory files in 5.6.1 by WolliK
in thread in memory files in 5.6.1 by mandog

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