It is *possible* to POST to a url with a query string, but it is
unusual. And I believe that the upload module doesn't automatically
process the query string for you.
The right thing for you to do is probably to send all of these key-value
pairs within the body of the POST request, and just let the upload module
do what it is good at.
by turning upload_pass_args on,i could not notify the path which is
/home/vetriselvanm/Desktop/upload/0000000001 to backend and that is the
path where file is stored. but i used that upload_set_form_field what u
specified above didnt work .i could not recieve the notification at
If you really want to POST with a query string, then you'll want
upload_set_form_field filename $arg_filename;
in the nginx config.
Note that this will cause nginx to send the key-value pair in the body
of the POST request it makes to the backend, not in the query string.
backend.if i want to send the
path=/home/vetriselvanm/Desktop/upload/0000000001 to the backend how
could i use this paerfectly or do have to enable any other module?
You don't need any module at all, you just need a working form handler
as the backend.
But it is useful to use the upload module, to make the backend form