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my $req = HTTP::Request->new; my $ua = LWP::UserAgent->new; my %json; $json{apple} = "foo"; $json{kiwi} = "bar"; my $oauth = Net::OAuth->request('protected resource')->new( consumer_key => "...", consumer_secret => "......", token => ".....", token_secret => ".....", protocol_version => Net::OAuth::PROTOCOL_VERSION_1_0A, signature_method => "HMAC-SHA1", timestamp => time, nonce => int( rand( 2**32 ) ), request_url => ".....", request_method => "POST" ); $oauth->sign; $req->header('Authorization'=>$oauth->to_authorization_header.',realm= +"account"'); $req->content_type('application/json'); $req->header('accept' => 'application/json'); $req->method($oauth->request_method); $req->uri($oauth->request_url); $req->content(encode_json(\%json)); $ua->agent('Mozilla/8.0'); my $response=$ua->request($req);

2018-09-15 Athanasius added code tags

In reply to Re^2: Net::OAuth and POST data by Anonymous Monk
in thread Net::OAuth and POST data by gryphon

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