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To upload multiple files you'll need to use the fileReferenceList class. See
Also there is a great swf uploader app, which you can use in lieu of writing your own from scratch. Check out
If you don't want to use swfupload I still encourage you to browse through the source code; it's smartly executed and well documented.
Lastly, there was a nice blog, which went through ALL of the fileReference Events, but I'm unable to locate it (sorry!). You'll need to incorporate more events to make the program run nicely (at a minimum the ProgressEvent comes to mind to update your progress bar...).
I just wrote my own flash uploader two weeks ago that came out great and I found the resources above invaluable. Hope they help,
Oh, one last helpful hint. I ended up chaining the uploads by listening for the DataEvent.UPLOAD_COMPLETE_DATA before starting the next upload. Among other things, this allowed me to successfully cancel uploads mid operation. Good Luck!!
hey!! thank you soo much for the links! i'll check them out...
hey mewk i did a bunch more research online, and went thru ur links... and i tried to make my own uploader from scratch... but unfortunately its doing soemhting i dont want it to do, lol, its saving over a hundred copies of an image on the server lol
i made a new post for this issuse, since its almost a new topic...
the link to that post is http://forums.adobe.com/thread/498904?tstart=0
please let me know if you have any suggestion on that issue too.. ?
again thank you soo much!!