JQuery/AjaxFileUpload: how do i transmit custom parameter to server

hello all,

the jquery plugin AjaxFileUpload works fine in my project.  I mean the codes from here works:


the problem is, i would like to transmit more parameter to server, for example, each time when the codes run, i would like to send the value of Id to server.

the original Codes are attached here.  I have tried to add a new line there:

data: {id='1'},

but it seems not be sended to server.

any suggestion about how to send it to server and then read it from server?



                dataType: 'json',
                success: function (data, status)

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                dataType: 'json',
                success: function (data, status)

would be one way to do it ...

use $_GET['id'] to access the variable from doajaxfileupload.php ... and be sure to validate that it's a number, so nobody can inject arbitrary code.

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