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#1 2011-09-09 01:47:52

lucaferrario
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From: near Como, Italy
Registered: 2011-07-15
Posts: 91

Need help for eyeUpload improvement

Hi All,
as I wrote in the other topic, I'm trying to integrate the Valums Ajax Uploader into eyeUpload with some adjustments, making it the new "simple" mode.
Since my knowledge of the oneye architecture is not yet advanced and the documentation is quite old and incomplete, I'd like to ask something conceptual to one of the eyeos' veterans (Lars, Mattew, Daniel or any other eyeos expert reading).
There will be 2 components:

  1. A javascript class, which let the user choose the file and then sends the data via POST to a php script on the server

  2. The php script, which receives the data, validates it, saves it and tell the browser about the progress.

So, I'll use the extern service to send the JS to the user....then the JS wants to know an URL to use as the action for the POST submission. How can I tell the JS what is the PHP's URL? Should I put the PHP in the extern folder too, to make it available from the external, or what else?

Thank you very much!
Luca

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#2 2011-09-14 06:48:14

lars-sh
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From: near Hamburg, Germany
Registered: 2011-07-14
Posts: 731
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Re: Need help for eyeUpload improvement

Hi Luca,

you can use the following path to access php signals directly (it's the same way we do XmlHttpRequest calls):

global $checknum;
$path = 'index.php?checknum=' . $checknum . '&msg=' . $signal;

Best regards,
Lars Knickrehm

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