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For starters, that syntax doesn't match any of the documented calling conventions:

POST $url POST $url, Header => Value,... POST $url, $form_ref, Header => Value,... POST $url, Header => Value,..., Content => $form_ref POST $url, Header => Value,..., Content => $content

You want

my $attributes = { name => "test.txt", parent => { id => 0 }}; $ua->post(ENDPOINT, Content_Type => 'form-data', Authorization => "Bearer $token", Content => [ attributes => encode_json($attributes), file => [ "test.txt" ], ], );

Use the following if you don't want to read from disk:

[ undef, "test.txt", Content => $file_contents ]

In reply to Re: Post using LWP useragent curl post request to useragent request by ikegami
in thread Post using LWP useragent curl post request to useragent request by smarthacker67

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