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I cant say that I've ever tried uploading a 4GB file. Is Flash Player giving you some sort of error/warning when you try this? Or is the script timing out?
Also, are you uploading these 4GB files over the internet? Or Network? Or on the same server? I'm curious if the server would possibly be rejecting files of that size. Have you tried uploading a file using ColdFusion/PHP/ASP to see if the server/script can handle a file of that size?
Flash Player outputs no error message.
I upload file over LAN, not the same PC.
>Have you tried uploading a file using ColdFusion/PHP/ASP to see if the server/script can handle a file of that size?
Yes. I upload using HttpClient ( http://jakarta.apache.org/httpcomponents/httpclient-3.x/) for clietn, and Apache 2.2.4 for HTTP server.
When I upload a file which size is 4,685,070,336byte, the Flash Player make the following request header.
its size is too small !!
I've filed a bug in the Flash Player bug base and they'll have a look at it. I'll let you know what I hear back from them.
Also, if you can email me your source code (or a small, simple reproducible test case) that would help a lot. I can take a look and attach it to the bug.
pdehaan (at) adobe.com
Thank you very much for regist bug base.
I e-mailed a sample code. Please check it.
Got it, thanks. I'll take a look later today and get back to you.
I've got the exact same problem (FlexBuilder 3.0 beta 2, windows / os x). This happens long before the files are uploaded to the server, so this clearly is a flash/flex (client) issue.
A 2gb file works fine, a 4 gb file does not. This leads me to believe that there might be a bug that makes Filereference.size return an int instead of an Number (as the Flex 3 API says)?
Do you have any update on this bug? I tried to find it on the flash bug base, but no luck.
The bug is currently deferred by the Player team and will be reopened/reevaluated in a future Flash Player release (post Flash Player 9 Update 3).