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Hello Guys, i am experiencing some issues with my file uploader  component. I have used this over the years and it always worked perfectly. Its a file uploader in flex that uses a coldfusion component to upload files(pics) to a folder on the server and picks the name of the file after it has been uploaded into the folder so that in case it overwrites the name, my flex component gets the overwritten name.
 

 Ever since i upgraded to coldfusion 11, i have had issues with it. The file is uploaded well but the name of the uploaded file doesn't show up in my flex textinput. Maybe coldfusion 11 changed a few things and can't figure it out. Please help me.
 

 Below is the flex component (picUploader.mxml)
 

 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
 <mx:FormItem xmlns:mx="http://www.adobe.com/2006/mxml"
 width="230"
 indicatorGap="0"
 creationComplete="init()">
 

 <mx:Script>
 <![CDATA[
 import mx.managers.PopUpManager;
 import mx.controls.Alert;
 import components.progress_popup;
 

 private var fileRef:FileReference;
 private var maxFileSize:Number=650;
 private var progress_win:progress_popup;
 

 private function init():void
 {
 fileRef=new FileReference();
 fileRef.addEventListener(Event.SELECT, fileRef_select);
 fileRef.addEventListener(Event.OPEN, openHandler);
 fileRef.addEventListener(ProgressEvent.PROGRESS, progressHandler);
 fileRef.addEventListener(DataEvent.UPLOAD_COMPLETE_DATA, uploadDataComplete);
 fileRef.addEventListener(Event.COMPLETE, fileRef_complete);
 }
 

 private function browseAndUpload():void
 {
 var imageTypes:FileFilter=new FileFilter("Images (*.jpg, *.jpeg, *.gif, *.png)", "*.jpg; *.jpeg; *.gif; *.png");
 fileRef.browse([imageTypes]);
 message.text="";
 img.text="";
 }
 

 private function fileRef_select(event:Event):void
 {
 var request:URLRequest=new URLRequest("coldfusion/picUpload.cfm")
 //Get the filesize
 var fileSize:Number=Math.round(fileRef.size / 1024);
 

 //If the current file size is less or equal to our max file size then up
 if (fileSize <= maxFileSize)
 {
 try
 {
 fileRef.upload(request);
 }
 catch (err:Error)
 {
 message.text="ERROR: zero-byte file";
 }
 //image.text = event.currentTarget.name;
 createdprogressPopup();
 }
 else
 {
 //If the file is to big, alert the user
 Alert.show("File is to large! Please select a file smaller than " + maxFileSize + "kb." + "Scale your image down to 400 * 300 pixels or 300 * 400 pixels.", 'oooch!', Alert.OK);
 }
 }
 

 private function fileRef_complete(event:Event):void
 {
 message.text+=" (complete)";
 removeMe();
 }
 

 private function createdprogressPopup():void
 {
 progress_win=progress_popup(PopUpManager.createPopUp(this, progress_popup, true));
 }
 

 private function removeMe():void
 {
 PopUpManager.removePopUp(progress_win);
 }
 

 private function progressHandler(event:ProgressEvent):void
 {
 progress_win.uploadProgress.setProgress(event.bytesLoaded, event.bytesTotal);
 }
 

 private function openHandler(event:Event):void
 {
 progress_win.uploadProgress.label="Uploading %3%% of image file.";
 }
 

 public function uploadDataComplete(event:DataEvent):void
 {
 var result:XML=new XML(event.data);
 img.text+=result.message;
 /* status_txt.text += 'Upload Data Complete\n'
   status_txt.text += 'RESULT: ' + result.toString()  + '\n'
   status_txt.text += 'STATUS: ' + result.status + '\n';
 status_txt.text += 'MESSAGE: '+ result.message; */
 }
 ]]>
 </mx:Script>
 

 <mx:HBox width="100%">
 <mx:TextInput width="100%"
  id="img"
  editable="false"
  maxChars="50"/>
 <mx:Button label="Upload"
   click="browseAndUpload();"/>
 </mx:HBox>
 <mx:Label id="message"/>
 
 </mx:FormItem>
 

 Below is the Coldfusion Component (picUpload.cfm)
 

 <cfsetting RequestTimeout = "600">
 <cfset mediapath = expandpath('../profilePics')>
 

 <!---<cftry>--->
 <cfprocessingdirective suppresswhitespace="true">
     <cftry>
 <cffile action="upload" filefield="filedata" destination="#MediaPath#" nameconflict="makeunique" accept="image/jpeg,image/jpg,image/png,image/gif"/>
 

 <!--- Begin checking the file extension of uploaded files --->
 <cfset acceptedFileExtensions = "jpg,jpeg,gif,png"/>
 <cfset filecheck = listFindNoCase(acceptedFileExtensions,File.ServerFileExt)/>
 
 <!--- read the image ---->
     <cfimage action="read" name="uploadedImage" source="#MediaPath#/#file.serverFile#" >
 <cfset ImageScaleToFit(uploadedImage,"",142,"bilinear")>
         <cfimage source="#uploadedImage#" action="write" destination="#MediaPath#/#file.serverFile#" overwrite="yes">
         <cfimage action="read" name="myImage" source="#MediaPath#/#file.serverFile#" >
         <cfset ImageCrop(myImage,0,0,142,142)>
         <cfimage source="#myImage#" action="write" destination="#MediaPath#/#file.serverFile#" overwrite="yes">
 

 <cfxml variable="status"><result><status>OK</status><message><cfoutput>#file.serverFile#</cfoutput></message></result></cfxml>
 <cfcatch>
 <cfxml variable="status"><result><status>Error</status><message><cfoutput>#cfcatch.Message#</cfoutput></message></result></cfxml>
 </cfcatch>
         </cftry>
   <cfoutput>#status#</cfoutput>
 </cfprocessingdirective>
 <!---</cftry>--->
 

 

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Hello Guys, any help on this issue?
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any help guys? am stuck and can't figure out where the problem is
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Anyone out there with a solution to this issue? i have been using that code for so long and it worked perfectly. But now for some reason the uploaded file name doesn't appear in the textinput even if the file is actually uploaded onto the server
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I think you’re the only flex developer left?

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As Julian said, you may very well very well be the last flex developer left. And for that matter, the last ColdFusion developer.

It could be a server environment change that is incompatible now with either Flex or ColdFusion. Technologies change and move on, sorry if that doesn’t help. Good luck.

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One of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen is the speed with which all the flash and flex developers abandoned the tools once it was clear that Apple had won the battle of the Flash player.

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As Julian said, you may very well very well be the last flex developer left. And for that matter, the last ColdFusion developer.

It could be a server environment change that is incompatible now with either Flex or ColdFusion. Technologies change and move on, sorry if that doesn’t help. Good luck.

Jason Merrill
Instructional Technology Architect II
Bank of America  Global Technology and Operations
c: 703.302.9265






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Anyone out there with a solution to this issue? i have been using that code for so long and it worked perfectly. But now for some reason the uploaded file name doesn't appear in the textinput even if the file is actually uploaded onto the server

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You would probably get a better response if you join the mailing list at
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There is a developer and a users mailing list.

There is a lot of activity going on there and someone would be able to
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This wouldn’t have anything to do with Flex…I’m assuming the XML being returned just doesn’t have the message element populated, correct?  Or is nothing being returned?

I’d try a few things before getting all worked up…


1)      If you call the picUpload.cfm from another .cfm module is the XML output what you expected?

2)      I’d also probably not use the variable name “status”…it’s a pretty common reserved word in all languages, and since you weren’t scoping the variable, you might have an issue there anyway…

3)      If not, try hardcoding the XML string with the values to see what you get back…and be sure not to put line breaks in…

<cfset variables.status = ‘<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?><result><status>OK</status><message><cfoutput>#file.serverFile#</cfoutput></message></result>’>
<cfoutput>#variables.status#</cfoutput>


4)      As an aside, if you *must* use CFXML, try setting the returned content to the text/xml mime type using CFContent right after your cfprocessing directive:

<cfcontent type="text/xml; charset=utf-8">



5)      You might want to try to convert it to a string, and automatically have CF prepend the <?xml …> XML declaration:

<cfset myvar=toString(xmlobject)> <cfoutput>#myvar#</cfoutput>

On a different note…
Why don’t you use CF Remoting and have Flex call a CFC method to do the upload and return the file name?   We don’t do URLRequests ourselves for security reasons, and we don’t have issues with CF11 and file uploads.


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That's news to me, that Apple "won the battle of the Flash Player." I have an iOS Flex app in the Apple App Store. And the Flash player is probably still installed in about 97% of desktop browsers.

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One of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen is the speed with which all the flash and flex developers abandoned the tools once it was clear that Apple had won the battle of the Flash player.  

 
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“Abandoned” is a pretty extreme word.  There are a lot of people still using it and it’s still getting updated… what, 3 years after Adobe donated it to Apache?  New mobile, desktop and web projects are still created in Flex every day… just not at the fury of what once was.

 

Now… if we could only get FlexJS going (ahem, Alex).

 

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One of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen is the speed with which all the flash and flex developers abandoned the tools once it was clear that Apple had won the battle of the Flash player.

 

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As Julian said, you may very well very well be the last flex developer left. And for that matter, the last ColdFusion developer.

 

It could be a server environment change that is incompatible now with either Flex or ColdFusion. Technologies change and move on, sorry if that doesn’t help. Good luck.

 

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Bank of America  Global Technology and Operations

c: 703.302.9265

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Anyone out there with a solution to this issue? i have been using that code for so long and it worked perfectly. But now for some reason the uploaded file name doesn't appear in the textinput even if the file is actually uploaded onto the server

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Well, there was a  time when the world held its breath for Apple putting the Flash Player in iOS. Is didn’t, and the flash and flex lists died. Just my experience.

Now we have browser automagically preventing flash, facebook asking for it to be removed etc etc. Most people have moved away from it.

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That's news to me, that Apple "won the battle of the Flash Player." I have an iOS Flex app in the Apple App Store. And the Flash player is probably still installed in about 97% of desktop browsers.

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You must live in a different world than I do, because my world did not "hold its breath for Apple putting the Flash Player in iOS."
And Flash/Flex-based apps run fine on both iOS and Android, with little or no changes.

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Well, there was a  time when the world held its breath for Apple putting the Flash Player in iOS. Is didn’t, and the flash and flex lists died. Just my experience.    Now we have browser automagically preventing flash, facebook asking for it to be removed etc etc. Most people have moved away from it.    From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]]
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In my world of enterprise development Flex is still alive and well...
Obviously different approaches for mobile development (gaming or non) which
are better but as far as the desktop goes Flex is still "the solution of
choice" for my needs.  Yeah, obviously the lists died and we are never
going to see Flash adopted on mobile devices or tablets through the player,
but there is still definitely a niche for Flex and native applications
developed in it.
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> You must live in a different world than I do, because my world did not
> "hold its breath for Apple putting the Flash Player in iOS."
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> And Flash/Flex-based apps run fine on both iOS and Android, with little or
> no changes.
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> Well, there was a  time when the world held its breath for Apple putting
> the Flash Player in iOS. Is didn’t, and the flash and flex lists died. Just
> my experience.
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> Now we have browser automagically preventing flash, facebook asking for it
> to be removed etc etc. Most people have moved away from it.
>
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> That's news to me, that Apple "won the battle of the Flash Player." I have
> an iOS Flex app in the Apple App Store. And the Flash player is probably
> still installed in about 97% of desktop browsers.
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What does this have to do with helping the original poster with his issue?

But, just because I don’t like Trolls who bash Flash or anything else just to try to show their superior intellect and insufferable opinions, if “most people” aren’t using it, Adobe wouldn’t waste money on updates for it.  They’d declare it dead and be done with it.  Or isn’t that the way it’s done in the UK?

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Well, there was a  time when the world held its breath for Apple putting the Flash Player in iOS. Is didn’t, and the flash and flex lists died. Just my experience.

Now we have browser automagically preventing flash, facebook asking for it to be removed etc etc. Most people have moved away from it.

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That's news to me, that Apple "won the battle of the Flash Player." I have an iOS Flex app in the Apple App Store. And the Flash player is probably still installed in about 97% of desktop browsers.

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One of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen is the speed with which all the flash and flex developers abandoned the tools once it was clear that Apple had won the battle of the Flash player.









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Sure, I understand that, but in my world, elearning, I don’t have resources to develop more than one codebase, and I cannot have a strategy that doesn’t embrace the iPad, so HTML5 and JS is the answer.

It’s a great shame as I miss a proper OO language, and really liked working with Flex but it simply does not fly for us.

I’m also very leery about getting caught in proprietary formats as an ex-authorware developer, and dependent on proprietary technology (i.e. the flash player) is a risk I no longer want to take.

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In my world of enterprise development Flex is still alive and well... Obviously different approaches for mobile development (gaming or non) which are better but as far as the desktop goes Flex is still "the solution of choice" for my needs.  Yeah, obviously the lists died and we are never going to see Flash adopted on mobile devices or tablets through the player, but there is still definitely a niche for Flex and native applications developed in it.
On Sep 23, 2015 9:41 AM, "Dave Glasser [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]> [flexcoders]" <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:


You must live in a different world than I do, because my world did not "hold its breath for Apple putting the Flash Player in iOS."

And Flash/Flex-based apps run fine on both iOS and Android, with little or no changes.

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Well, there was a  time when the world held its breath for Apple putting the Flash Player in iOS. Is didn’t, and the flash and flex lists died. Just my experience.

Now we have browser automagically preventing flash, facebook asking for it to be removed etc etc. Most people have moved away from it.

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That's news to me, that Apple "won the battle of the Flash Player." I have an iOS Flex app in the Apple App Store. And the Flash player is probably still installed in about 97% of desktop browsers.

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One of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen is the speed with which all the flash and flex developers abandoned the tools once it was clear that Apple had won the battle of the Flash player.





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To each their own.

Sigh.

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What does this have to do with helping the original poster with his issue?

But, just because I don’t like Trolls who bash Flash or anything else just to try to show their superior intellect and insufferable opinions, if “most people” aren’t using it, Adobe wouldn’t waste money on updates for it.  They’d declare it dead and be done with it.  Or isn’t that the way it’s done in the UK?

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Well, there was a  time when the world held its breath for Apple putting the Flash Player in iOS. Is didn’t, and the flash and flex lists died. Just my experience.

Now we have browser automagically preventing flash, facebook asking for it to be removed etc etc. Most people have moved away from it.

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That's news to me, that Apple "won the battle of the Flash Player." I have an iOS Flex app in the Apple App Store. And the Flash player is probably still installed in about 97% of desktop browsers.

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ignoring the snotty emails about Flex and ColdFusion, what does the actual
response look like coming back from your ColdFusion page, when you view it
in Charles or a similar proxy?

And what do you see when you set a breakpoint in uploadDataComplete()?

It would seem the XML response is not what it once was, so you need to
examine it.

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> Anyone out there with a solution to this issue? i have been using that
> code for so long and it worked perfectly. But now for some reason the
> uploaded file name doesn't appear in the textinput even if the file is
> actually uploaded onto the server
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> ignoring the snotty emails about Flex and ColdFusion, what does the actual

and that this list is mostly a ghost town. better off on the apache one though
this seems like a cf issue so maybe SO or the adobe forums.

cf's alive & kicking and so is apache flex.

run it from an html form pointing at the same cf page & see what the cf11 server
is actually spitting out. and as suggested DEBUG the flex side of things, what
exactly is the error (though if you're running a debug player you should have
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And further to your point, I think it's naive for someone to assume that activity on an email list is a reliable indicator of how widely used, or how "dead" a particular technology is.
I think lists like this will have the highest activity when a technology is a.) relatively new, and b.) growing rapidly in adoption. Under those circumstances, a good portion of the developers/users are unseasoned and unfamiliar, so they turn to email lists for help. Kind of like it was with Java and J2EE (Servlets, EJB's EARs, etc.) between, say, 1997 and 2001. All of the Java lists I once subscribed to (and probably still do) are now dead. But Java, and JEE, are obviously far from dead. It's just that anyone who is now new to Java development probably has ready access to seasoned experts on their own team. Or they can find answers through google because the lists are indexed or the questions have already been answered on stackoverflow.

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In my world of enterprise development Flex is still alive and well... Obviously different approaches for mobile development (gaming or non) which are better but as far as the desktop goes Flex is still "the solution of choice" for my needs.  Yeah, obviously the lists died and we are never going to see Flash adopted on mobile devices or tablets through the player, but there is still definitely a niche for Flex and native applications developed in it.
On Sep 23, 2015 9:41 AM, "Dave Glasser [hidden email] [flexcoders]" <[hidden email]> wrote:

    
You must live in a different world than I do, because my world did not "hold its breath for Apple putting the Flash Player in iOS."
And Flash/Flex-based apps run fine on both iOS and Android, with little or no changes.

      From: "Julian Tenney [hidden email] [flexcoders]" <[hidden email]>
 To: "[hidden email]" <[hidden email]>
 Sent: Wednesday, September 23, 2015 10:30 AM
 Subject: RE: [flexcoders] Re: uploading files in flex using coldfusion 11
   


Well, there was a  time when the world held its breath for Apple putting the Flash Player in iOS. Is didn’t, and the flash and flex lists died. Just my experience.    Now we have browser automagically preventing flash, facebook asking for it to be removed etc etc. Most people have moved away from it.    From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: 23 September 2015 15:28
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Subject: Re: [flexcoders] Re: uploading files in flex using coldfusion 11          That's news to me, that Apple "won the battle of the Flash Player." I have an iOS Flex app in the Apple App Store. And the Flash player is probably still installed in about 97% of desktop browsers.    From: "Julian [hidden email] [flexcoders]" <[hidden email]>
To: "[hidden email]" <[hidden email]>
Sent: Wednesday, September 23, 2015 9:33 AM
Subject: RE: [flexcoders] Re: uploading files in flex using coldfusion 11       One of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen is the speed with which all the flash and flex developers abandoned the tools once it was clear that Apple had won the battle of the Flash player.       This message and any attachment are intended solely for the addressee
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