I'm while using SWFUpload from http://www.anedix.com/data/file/news/realname/swfupload-php-example-v1_4.zip and wish to integrate this into my wordpress wordpress plugin.

Within the example file you will find JS files that should be recommended.

I've enqueued these files during my wordpress plugin plus they appears to become acquired within the header.

function add_admin_js()

one little factor that we cannot exercise is how you can obtain the wordpress plugin to instantiate the function.

automatically the example page uses the JS code the following:

var swfu
window.onload = function () )

solved it.

After recognizing SWFUpload has already been used is Wordpress it managed to get a great deal simpler.

switch ($_GET['page']) {
    case "videos" :
        //wp_enqueue_script('swfobject', MYPLUGIN_URLPATH.'scripts/swfobject.js');
        wp_enqueue_script('uploadify', MYPLUGIN_URLPATH.'scripts/jquery.uploadify.v2.1.0.min.js');
        wp_enqueue_script('swfupload', MYPLUGIN_URLPATH.'swfupload/swfupload.js');
        wp_enqueue_script('swfupload.queue', MYPLUGIN_URLPATH.'swfupload/js/swfupload.queue.js');
        wp_enqueue_script('fileprogress', MYPLUGIN_URLPATH.'swfupload/js/fileprogress.js');
        wp_enqueue_script('swfupload.speed', MYPLUGIN_URLPATH.'swfupload/plugins/swfupload.speed.js');
        wp_enqueue_script('handlers', MYPLUGIN_URLPATH.'swfupload/js/handlers.js');
    break;      
}

Also it appears to operate fine now.