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Flex 3 - Working with file upload and download:
The FileReference class lets you add the ability to upload and download files between a client and a server. Users are prompted to select a file to upload
Flex File Upload Project - Starter:
The actual upload part is the borning http multi-part file upload without Flex involvement. If runing java at backend, here is the best resource to deal
Flex 3 - Example: Uploading and downloading files:
The FileIO example demonstrates techniques for performing file downloading and uploading in Flash Player. These techniques are:
Coding Cowboys: Flex upload component:
Dec 15, 2006 ... I did manage to find some time to put the file upload example into a Flex component. I was going to tweek this some more until I felt it was
All Classes (Flex 3):
Bitmap class which represents bitmap images that you embed in a Flex application. ..... flash.net, The FileReference class provides a means to upload and
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Have you tried downloading the swf from the webserver after upload and then running that locally?
To just verify that your upload is indeed happening correctly.
Also, note that the js files and the history folder has to be present if you are using the generated html wrapper file on your server.
Thank you, that was it. My FTP settings were on ASCII for some reason.