Code snippet to Upload a File

Posted on 2005-04-17
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Last Modified: 2012-05-05

Current process:

I type the name of a file in a text field (filename must be in 8.3 naming format); I connect to my web server (via FTP); and, I upload the file to the appropriate directory.

Here is what I want to happen:

Have a field with a browse button next to it (I've seen something like this before).  I click browse... Navigate to my file... Highlight the file... Click Save/Enter...  File is uploaded to the directory on my web server...

I'd like a perl code soltuion so I can try to integrate into an existing application. :-)

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