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Send files before the php script executes

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Hi,

Anybody knows if is posible in Linux with PHP to do upload of several
files sending the data before that php script executes. Now in my
server you do the upload (with html,form, multipart ...) and first all
the files are upload and them the php script is executed.

The idea is the next: In the server in my php script I want to
proccess each file separated because if the conexion is lost the user
don't have to send all the files again , only have to send the files
that haven't been uploaded and proccessed.

It seems hard.

Thanks in advance. ;-)

Ruben Alutiz
Jul 17 '05 #1
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ru**********@knet.es (Ruben Duarte) wrote:
Hi,

Anybody knows if is posible in Linux with PHP to do upload of several
files sending the data before that php script executes. Now in my
server you do the upload (with html,form, multipart ...) and first all
the files are upload and them the php script is executed.

The idea is the next: In the server in my php script I want to
proccess each file separated because if the conexion is lost the user
don't have to send all the files again , only have to send the files
that haven't been uploaded and proccessed.

It seems hard.


The only thing I can think of is that a Java applet might be able to
detect what's been downloaded and send a "restart sending" command to a
servlet on the server.

This probably won't work as you envision unless you have some sort of
client/server thing doing the download separate from the web server and
browser. Most browsers aren't setup to do this sort of thing and that's
what you need.

It's more than hard. I don't think it's possible with a web
server/browser.

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Jul 17 '05 #2

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