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Flash upload progress bar problem

Posted on 2008-10-19
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I have problem with my flash upload progress bar. It works perfectly on localhost. But when i upload it on server, the progress bar doesn't work correctly. Please help me.
Here is my demo:
http://grhwood.com
import flash.net.FileReference;
 
 

var reference:FileReference = new FileReference();

var listener:Object = new Object();
 

//server script

var scriptLocation:String = 'uploader.php';
 

var progressBarHeight:Number = 10;

var progressBarY:Number = 50;

var progressBarColor:Number = 0x66ccff;
 

uploadButton_mc._visible = false;
 

chooseButton_mc.onRelease = choose;

uploadButton_mc.onRelease = uploadCurrent; //upload file
 

function choose():Void {

	reference.browse([{description:'All Files (*.*)', extension:'*.*'}]);

}

function uploadCurrent():Void {

	chooseButton_mc._visible = false;

	progressBar = makeProgressBar(0, progressBarY);

	reference.upload(scriptLocation);

}
 

listener.onSelect = function(file:FileReference):Void {

	display_txt.text = file.name;

	uploadButton_mc._visible = true;

}
 

listener.onProgress = function(file:FileReference, bytesLoaded:Number, bytesTotal:Number):Void {

	

	percent = Math.ceil(bytesLoaded*100/bytesTotal);

    display_txt.text = file.name+' - '+ percent +'%';

	progressBar._width = Math.ceil(Stage.width*(bytesLoaded/bytesTotal));

	percent_txt.text = bytesLoaded + "/" + bytesTotal;

}
 

listener.onComplete = function(file:FileReference):Void {

    removeMovieClip(progressBar);

	display_txt.text = '';

	uploadButton_mc._visible = false;

	chooseButton_mc._visible = true;

}
 

//attach Listener to the FileReference Object

reference.addListener(listener);
 
 

/***********************************************************/

function makeProgressBar(x:Number, y:Number):MovieClip {

	var bar:MovieClip = createEmptyMovieClip('progressBar_mc', 0);

	bar._visible = false;

	bar.beginFill(progressBarColor);

	bar.lineTo(Stage.width, 0);

	bar.lineTo(Stage.width, progressBarHeight);

	bar.lineTo(0, progressBarHeight);

	bar.lineTo(0, 0);

	bar.endFill();

	bar._width = 0;

	bar._visible = true;

	bar._x = x;

	bar._y = y;

	return bar;

}

/*************/

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by:Sci-Fi-Si
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Just uploaded a couple of test files (so you might to delete them) but the process worked fine, file size was correct and completed at 100%

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by:jmccar68
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I'm using Firefox 3.0 and when i upload a file, the progress bar goes to 100% even my file isn't uploaded.
Please help me!
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Sci-Fi-Si earned 500 total points
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Which type of code are you using to upload this file, is it flash, php or other.
Have a look at your uploader.php file and confirm which directory the file is being uploaded to. The transfer looks ok, the byte count as the upload takes looks ok, I strongly suspect its the directory.

Do you have the same problem if you try uploading locally?

All the best
Sci-Fi Si
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by:jmccar68
ID: 22756473
Thank you Sci-Fi-Si,

I tried uploading with another computer, and it works correctly. Only when i upload using my pc, the problem occurs.
I attach my screen shot below. And here is my source
http://grhwood.com/upload_file.rar
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Glad I could help

All the best
Sci-Fi Si
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