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    ByteArray to FileReference

    I know I can use this to save ByteArray data to disk:

    Actionscript Code:
    var ba:ByteArray = new ByteArray;
        ba.writeUTFBytes('<?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?>\n'+text)
       
        var fr:FileReference = new FileReference(ba);
        fr.browse(new Array(new FileFilter("XML (*.xml)", "*.xml;")));
        fr.save( ba, 'ticker.xml' );

    ...But is it possible to use the upload() method to write the same ByteArray to a server?

    Actionscript Code:
    var request:URLRequest = new URLRequest("http://www.[domain].com/uploader_script.php")
           
            fr.upload(request);

    Thanks all.

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    Are you using the AIR framework?
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    It is a browser-based application using Flash Player.

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    The FileReference class provides a means to upload and download files between a user's computer and a server. An operating-system dialog box prompts the user to select a file to upload or a location for download. Each FileReference object refers to a single file on the user's disk and has properties that contain information about the file's size, type, name, creation date, modification date, and creator type (Macintosh only).

    Note: In Adobe AIR, the File class, which extends the FileReference class, provides more capabilities and has less security restrictions than the FileReference class.
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