I have a script running in Photoshop. At the end of the script I want to make a POST of different variable and actions that have occurred. What I have seems to be legit, but it will not run. It keeps telling me that the HTTP Connection object needs a constructor, but I don't know what that means. Here's my code so far:
var http = new HttpConnection("http://localhost/post.pjp");
http.request = "variable = testing";
http.method = "POST";
Then the post.php scoops up the variable declared in the request and should be displaying it.
Thanks for your help!
What version are you using? I 'think' that CS5 only has 'socket' and that ftp & http are now Bridge only via the web access library…
crud, I was worried about that. I could go to CS5 if it meant having access to the httpconnection object from photoshop. I don't understand how scripting through Bridge works.