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upload image to server in Flash Builder Mobile

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I am writing a mobile application in Flash Builder 4.5. I need to upload an image and a parameter to A server
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use FTP
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Could you give an example?
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Thanks, but I think I need a sample of urlRequest for mobile apps.
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But you have to upload application first to the server
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I found a solution:
code.google.com/p/in-spirit/wiki/MultipartURLLoader
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It uploads an image and takes params.
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