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Cffile Upload with progress metres

Posted on 2006-06-26
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I am using Cffile command to upload files i would like to have a progress metre so users can see how long the upload will take and maye a percentage bar.
I have heard this is possible using coldfusion with a CGI.Content_length and checking the temp size size as it upload does anyone knoe how to do this or another way to produce a progress bar while uploading files with coldfusion.
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