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tachyon, thanks a lot for your help

Here is the output:

d_file"; filename="test.txt" Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40 This is a test text file. This time with more data. -----------------------------32052533347522 Content-Disposition: form-data; name="Upload" Upload -----------------------------32052533347522--
The data is there, but the raw data doesn't all seem to be getting through.

It looks like some of the file is being sent, but not the rest of the POST data.

What bothers me mostly is that I don't get the same buffer data displayed every time I run it.
Sometimes all I get is this:
61032563207--

Thanks for all your help so far. I have been trying to debug everything, but don't seem to get anywhere. I used perl -w, but don't get any warnings. I think I'll try and reinstall CGI.pm next.

My form seems to be working like it should. With the default encoding everything goes fine, and is passed like it should. With "multipart/form_data", it seems like the POST data is not all being sent.

Any comments or stuff for me to look at would be appreciated.

-Siddartha


In reply to Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Problem with uploading file by Siddartha
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