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Ahh my mistake, I thought you were simply bringing in that file as a blob and using it as part of the request. Did you happen to try the request as a PUT request in the download tool, as you had it configured before?
An additional option may be to output the file to a temporary directory, and then point to that file in the curl request that occurs after the file is saved.
@macinjosh1Did you ever get this to work? Also I'm an idiot when it comes to these kind of things - but you have content-type configured to text. Don't you need to change this if you are trying to upload a blob? like content-type=application/octet-stream or whatever the api needs?
Thanks for the update - if you do circle back please let me know. I think I have some potential blob/api POCs coming up - so if I get it to work I'll let you know too... I do find that spelling out the content-type for the download tool is totally key (like Json or whatever). Post tends to more dynamically set content.