on 03/04/2009 03:33 PM Jason Cipriani said the following:
> I am trying to submit a request to an HTTP server with
> multipart/form-data encoded data. I'm using PECL's HttpRequest
> (although I'm open to alternatives). I am using PHP5.
> I noticed that if you call addPostFile to add a file, PECL will send
> the file, and all other post parameters, with multipart/form-data
> encoding, so I know PECL has the capability to do it. If you simply
> call addPostFields but never call addPostFile, it uses standard post
> encoding.
> Is there a way to force PECL to use multipart/form-data encoding for
> all post fields added with addPostFields, even when you are not
> calling addPostFile to add a file?
> If not, is there another good way to encode multipart data with PHP?

I have no idea because I do not use PECL extensions.

I use this HTTP client class for emulating browser form submission. Take
a look at the test_http_post.php that has examples of how to upload
forms using POST requests:



Manuel Lemos

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