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From Konrad Zuse <>
Subject RE: [fileupload] - Question about uploading additional files other than the ones in the form?
Date Sat, 06 Sep 2014 22:58:31 GMT
Yup, I got that haha...  That's why I said you seemed to say.

I found this when googling it.

Thanks for the links will check it out.

Yeah I understand I have to build it, was just curious if I would have limitations like I
am having now.  Don't want to keep running in circles and having tasks that I cannot complete

> Date: Sat, 6 Sep 2014 15:42:03 -0700
> Subject: Re: [fileupload] - Question about uploading additional files other than the
ones in the form?
> From:
> To:
> On Sat, Sep 6, 2014 at 2:59 PM, Konrad Zuse <> wrote:
> > I understand the client-server relationship, but you seemed to say I could do what
I need to do from my browser
> No. No. A thousand times, NO. You can't do what you want from
> a standard web browser. Whatever you think you saw otherwise,
> no.
> > I have probably not, do you have links by any chance?  I tried looking up the former,
but got a bunch of unsure pages.
> ?? The first hit from googling 'HTTP RFC' is this:
> which is certainly a good place to start.
> And for historical clarity, I'd start with
> to understand HTML.
> > Also I just thought of this, but are we saying that I can basically have an application
that is installed on their system that when I try to upload the main file, it will communicate
with my application client to upload the rest of the files, or do I have to do it all from
the application client itself?
> You - *you* - will be writing an application that the user will interact
> with to upload whatever it is you want to upload. The details of that
> are entirely up to you.
> But yes, to use that application, it probably has to be running :-)
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