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Never used it but here's one:
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"sbudlong" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> In .NET there is a way to do a batch upload. You designate an upload
> and when a user clicks a button, all the files in that folder are uploaded
> once. Good for an image library administrator, for example. In CF, I don't
> a similar ease-of-use. I've found an article that explains how to do a
> multi-file upload using Flex 2 and CF MX and another article that shows
> how to
> use a $50 utility.
> Does anyone know of a way to do this simply with CF code, maybe a custom
> or a UDF or somthing else? Using Flash would be a good prospect, too.
> there's a way a user could click a "browse" button in a Flash form, drag
> drop multiple files, and then upload them all at once. That's what the
> ProFlashUpload utility does. But is that utility the only way to
> this? If it is, I'll gladly pay for it. Before I do, though, I'd just like
> make sure there are no other known options.
> Notes I've taken during my online searching appear below, in case anyone
> is interested.
> Uploading multiple files
> upload directory/folder
> batch uploading
> multi-file upload
> custom file upload class
> using Flex 2 / Flash Player 9. The server=side upload script is
> his article is here
> Multiple-File Uploads with ColdFusion
> Multiple file upload with Flex and ColdFusion
> download free demo from
Please use this code from the below site. Its working great and you can set the number of files to be uploaded at a time.
Akbarsait -- thank you for your suggestion. I downloaded the zip file, and I'll see how it works. However, I've come across code that probably does this. What I'm really looking for is a way to allow a site administrator, let's say, the ability to upload x-number of images all at once, as opposed to setting a certain limit in the code. Do you know if this is possible in CF? I've done it in .NET and thought it might be possible in CF, too.
Thank you very much for this suggestion, which I'll try out. It sounds good. I want to see if it will upload x-number of files, a random number that is the decision of the user (probably an administrator). I appreciate your help.