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document or video tutorial for setting LiveCycle Collaboration Service in Flash Professional CS5

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Hello,

I want to use Adobe LiveCycle Collaboration Service for my company, but the problem is, I work upon Flash Professional and i dont have grip towards Flex, the documentation that is provided with sdk is of Flex,

so, I want 2 types of help,

1) If i want to setup LiveCycle Collaboration Service , will i get the document for that,

If it is not available please provide me help for customizing skin of toolbar in SharedWhiteboard of LCCS,

Thanks,

Rajiv

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(another potential double-post, don't know why my emails to the forum are being ignored...)


Hi Rajiv

For Flash-only projects, check out the 3 sample applications which start
with "Flash" - FlashUserList, FlashWebCamExample, and FlashSimpleChat. These
should get you up and running with CS5.

Unfortunately, if you're not using Flex, you'll find that the
SharedWhiteBoard isn't going to work - it's completely Flex based. You could
use the SharedWhiteBoardModel and write your own, but unfortunately
whiteboards are pretty complicated and require quite a bit of work (this is
why we didn't port it from Flex to Flash - no one has asked for it until
now, and it's a ton of work).

  hope that helps
   nigel

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Correct answer by
Former Community Member

(another potential double-post, don't know why my emails to the forum are being ignored...)


Hi Rajiv

For Flash-only projects, check out the 3 sample applications which start
with "Flash" - FlashUserList, FlashWebCamExample, and FlashSimpleChat. These
should get you up and running with CS5.

Unfortunately, if you're not using Flex, you'll find that the
SharedWhiteBoard isn't going to work - it's completely Flex based. You could
use the SharedWhiteBoardModel and write your own, but unfortunately
whiteboards are pretty complicated and require quite a bit of work (this is
why we didn't port it from Flex to Flash - no one has asked for it until
now, and it's a ton of work).

  hope that helps
   nigel

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Former Community Member

Hi Rajiv,

For Flash-only projects, check out the 3 sample applications which start

with "Flash" - FlashUserList, FlashWebCamExample, and FlashSimpleChat. These

should get you up and running with CS5.

Unfortunately, if you're not using Flex, you'll find that the

SharedWhiteBoard isn't going to work - it's completely Flex based. You could

use the SharedWhiteBoardModel and write your own, but unfortunately

whiteboards are pretty complicated and require quite a bit of work (this is

why we didn't port it from Flex to Flash - no one has asked for it until

now, and it's a ton of work).

hope that helps

nigel

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