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Multiple file selection & upload

Thread began 11/23/2009 1:31 pm by john.carter13796 | Last modified 12/27/2009 5:03 pm by john.carter13796 | 2320 views | 6 replies


Multiple file upload

The number of files uploaded could be limited as well as size. I am investigatine a FLEX file upload system now and wonder if i can get some help integrating it into PG. It has a user table in the MYSql dB and it would be nice if the user could log into the PG and click a muliple file upload lin that would pass the session variables to the file management system. I am an older CF developer and am totally new to PHP so am looking for some coaching. I now the shared server must be running a peak to handle multiple uploads from multiple users and moving to a dedicated server can be expensive but there are some intermediate server packages that can be use.

Any help out there?

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