you can use the file object in the postBody option and that will upload the
file to your php script through the php://input stream - use $_GET
parameters for the rest of the information you want to post
to solve the IE problem chromeframe is a good solution as well
I can post an example if you need
On Sunday, April 22, 2012 4:54:45 PM UTC-7, nottobefound wrote:
> Hi all,
> Quick question.
> I been trying to get a file to upload to a server via a form ( works
> great in straight html calling a php program ) using a prototype ajax
> request. I don't think it can be done and I have tried various
> ways. If I am wrong and could some one point me in the right
> EdenStreet Consulting
> Twitter: martyateden
> Skype: martyateden
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