> On Thu, Dec 24, 2009 at 09:55, STEEL <vla...@mail.kna.ru> wrote:
>> Thanks for response, but seems you haven't understood:
>>>> takes URL of file from client  and  downloads  it  to  my server.
>> User  don't download it at the downloading time to server, server gets
>> it thru PHP script and stores on itself!
>> ONly  i want is understand how to show progress bar to user. I have an
>> idea:  in  my  downloading  script in cycle add $_REQUEST['completed']
>> with  downloaded bytes, then at the client side via JavaScript(JQuery)
>> it will dynamically get data from backend variable. Would it work?

> Oh, I see now. Sorry.

> I had this in my bookmarks: http://www.swfupload.org/

> I don't know if it's any good, but you can check it out.

> -- 
> Daniel Egeberg

Thanks all, I've found the solution! PHP Backend + JQuery works great!
And  without  "eating"  lot of bandwith, graph updated only once per 2
seconds and data sent by server is only about 500 bytes

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