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Thanks for the link you provided.
However I do not see anything mentioned about this case issue? Do you happen to know why generated *.swf files are so large in their file size?
Hi again Dirtyhand
I have now tried the version you suggested and I'm sorry to say that the problem persist.
If there is no solution to this problem I have to give up Flex and choose another technology such as AJAX and CGI/PERL to achieve what I want.
When browsing the net for problems with the Flex uploading feature on MAC it is clear there are many problems in this area. Does anybody have a clue to how to solve this particular problem please...
I've been having the same problem as musicplayer_dk. After using wireshark to monitor the http exchange, it seems the http headers of upload requests sent by flash player on mac osx are malformed. Apache is able to process them but they are rejected by lighttpd which uses more strict parsing. Unfortunately FileReference does not provide access to the headers it sends. I can confirm that the problem persists with the latest version of flash player and flex sdk.
I enjoy developing in flex and this is really the only thing that has caused me trouble so far. I hope this problem will be resolved before the release of flex 3.
This is probably a different problem, but it appears that the os x Flash runtime 188.8.131.52 requires a non-empty response the server for POSTs. Some servers, i.e. Amazon S3, send back an empty response. To fix S3 Flash os X uploads, check out http://docs.amazonwebservices.com/AmazonS3/2006-03-01/HTTPPOSTFlash.html.
Here we are on Flex 4, and the same issue (Mac or Windows - doesn't matter) still persists. Adobe, this is a real problem that needs to be addressed!