At 11/21/2002 06:21 PM, Bret L Conard wrote:
Thanks. I was using INFILE before. Just wasn't sure if that was right.one of these should work to import the fileThe following options expect a file descriptor that is obtained by using the fopen() function: CURLOPT_FILE: The file where the output of your transfer should be placed, the default is STDOUT. CURLOPT_INFILE: The file where the input of your transfer comes from. as in: curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_INFILE, fileName.XML);
However, I've managed to narrow down my problem to cURL not compiling correctly. I had compiled it before through a vinstaller and it used the default ssl directory, which isn't where OpenSSL is located. So I downloaded a new copy, configged it with the right directory, and ran a make test on it.
And all my HTTP and HTTPs connection tests failed.
So now I'm off to bother the people on the cURL mailing list and find out what's going on.
Thanks for the help.
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