Michael Borbor wrote:
You can use FileReference.load()
A tiny observation: FileReference.load(); only works with Flash Player 10. If you are aiming an older Flash Player then you need to use a server-side script that can access your local machine and browse for a file. Once selected, the server-side script would upload ( if it's the case ) and read the file content and pass the read content to the Flex application where you can do whatever you want with it.
With best regards,
yeah but as 78% percent people worldwide has installed pf 10 version already
that shouldn't be an issue
Thanks for response.
I have did file upload process for file content read from server side.
The file upload is working fine from Mac OS to Windows OS and from Windows OS to Windows OS.
But I could not upload the file from Linux OS to Windows OS.
I didn't know that what issue is there?
Please help me.
Thanks and Regards,
Senthil Kumar K
you wrote "78% percent people worldwide has installed pf 10 version already that shouldn't be an issue" ... depends on your audience! Having to work within large corporate etc organisations then it may not quite be so easy. At work (and with most of the intended customers) then the option to upgrade past the official policy may not be available. I enjoy FP10 at home but routinely develop for 9 at work unless/until someone somewhere decides that 10 is OK...
You're both right depends on the audience that's why some app developers have to add support to IE6 for instance.
But thinking it over you don't need FP 10 you could just use URLLoader.