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agno3
Calcite | Level 5

Hi,

 

I'm trying to post zipped  XPT files to a URL using the code below...

But the output file tells me that I am - "Missing boundary header", hence end up with a 400 Bad Request.

 

This is what I see when I create an output file to capture the response from my PROC. I know my macro variable boundary resolves because I see it from my %PUT in the code.

What am I "missing" here ? Help appreciated.

@ChrisHemedinger - any insight ? Thanks in advance.

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filename XptFile "../dataraw/new_zip.zip";

/* Set the authorization header */
%let auth_header = Authorization=Bearer &ACCESS_TOKEN;

/* Set boundary */ %let boundary=%sysfunc(uuidgen());
%put &boundary.; /* Make the HTTP PUT request */ filename response temp; proc http method="POST" url="&base_uri/repository/container/&containerAID/&version/upload/Raw Data" in=XptFile out=response; headers 'Authorization'="Bearer &ACCESS_TOKEN"; headers 'Content-Type'="multipart/form-data" 'boundary' = "&boundary."; run; %put &SYS_PROCHTTP_STATUS_CODE.; %put &SYS_PROCHTTP_STATUS_PHRASE.;

 

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