This topic provides instructions on how to install and uninstall Image Uploader Flash SDK on the developer machine. Besides, it describes files which should be deployed with an application which uses Aurigma Image Uploader Flash 7.2.9.
Download Image Uploader Flash SDK from http://www.aurigma.com/downloads/upload-suite location. Here the SDK is available in the following packages:
ImageUploaderFlash.msi, Windows-only installer
ImageUploaderFlashNoSetup.zip, ZIP archive
C:\Program Files\Aurigma\Image Uploader Flash 7.2.9\. When the installation is completed you get a number of folders and files organized in the following structure:
There is no need to install Image Uploader Flash SDK on a server where you are going to run your application. Image Uploader Flash SDK is necessary on the developer machine only.
To uninstall Image Uploader Flash SDK open Control Panel, click Programs and Features, then select Aurigma Image Uploader Flash 7.2.9 and click Uninstall. After that click Yes, and follow the wizard instructions.
Image Uploader Flash SDK contains many files and folders, including Image Uploader Flash itself, special wrappers, demo application sources, and documentation. Of course, you do not need to copy all these files to your production server. The files to be moved to production server depend on a way used to embed Image Uploader Flash into your web application. There are three ways:
Image Uploader Flash ASP.NET enables ASP.NET developers to use Image Uploader Flash in a straight-forward way just as a common server control. See details in the Quick Start with Image Uploader Flash ASP.NET topic. If you use this way you need to copy the Aurigma.ImageUploaderFlash.dll file to the
/bin folder of your web application.
Image Uploader Flash PHP is a collection of classes which implement nearly the same functionality as the ASP.NET wrapper. Read more in the Quick Start with Image Uploader Flash PHP topic. If you use Image Uploader Flash PHP in your application you need to deploy the
/ImageUploaderFlashPHP folder along with other files.
.min.js in their filenames.
When deploying an application which uses Image Uploader Flash do not forget to set enough permissions to the folder you save files to: