Meanwhile Manfred dropped me an answer:
> From my perspective there is now way for implementing an compression
> inside the widget because it is built in Flash / Actionscript and for
> security issues, you are not allowed to access the file on the
> filesystem. You only get an FileReferenceObject which you can control
> to post your data to the server. It is the same issue as with
> So unfortunatly, I believe that your goal can not be reached inside
> Flash - you would need a Java Applet for doing such stuff.
We are making a document management system, our users usually should
be concerned with .doc, .xls and so on filetypes. They compress well.
Main goal is to reduce waiting time on submitting the form.
First step is to have the uploads compressed, second step is to
transfer only the differences as subversion does it.
So it won't work with Flash. I already found an open source java
applet which could be extended.
Friday, November 17, 2006, 12:47:11 PM, you wrote:
> Adam Groszer wrote:
>> I'm a little bit offtopic with my question here.
>> We had here the idea to implement a compression algorhitm in the above
>> package to save some precious upload bandwith.
>> I'm not a flash professional, google did not spit out straightforward
>> Any ideas, pointers, help is appreciated.
> I'm not sure whether that would help you at all. What kind of data do
> your users upload?
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