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Transfer control from Third party Applet.

 
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Hello,

I placed a third party file transfer (entire folder structure) applet on my web page and it works just fine.

I would like to know when my file transfer is done, I could see it visually because of progress bar, so that I could do post processing right after transfer behind the scenes.

An example is after transfer is done I would like to transfer something else to a target location.

Please let me know if my question is not clear.

Thanks in advance.
Kriss.
 
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I'd say that depends on what kind of API the applet offers. Is it meant to be standalone, or are you supposed to be able to extend it (which you'd have to do to accomplish this)?
 
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Thanks Ulf. Good question to get started with.
 
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