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  • Have a look at Shared Objects, I think these are the sort ofthing you are after. I think the "Specifying a path" subtopicshould be particularly relevant for sharing the variables/objectsbetween the two swf files.Livedocs- Shared Objects

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  • That information is really handy, thanks.All my future projects are likely to be JEE5 and I'm workingthrough some books on the subject at the moment.The projects I've done so far made use of Livecycle 7 onJBoss 3.2.5, which as far as I'm aware doesn't have a jboss-wsimplementation as it's based on t...

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  • I think the best way is to make a label function somethinglike this (just off the top of my head, not tested):public function rate_label(item:Object,column:DataGridColumn):String { return "GBP"+item.prdt_rate;}Then in the DataGridColumn add a property:labelFunction="rate_label"

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  • Maybe I can clarify what I mean. I'm assuming that basicallythe same war file needs to be deployed twice to the same appserver, as in the original example, excluding changes to configfiles (e.g. editing xml=ok, recompiling jars/swf=not ok). The problem arises because if you were to change the config...

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  • bdeen, I wish I'd know that earlier, thanks for telling me. Ijust didn't know where to start looking as I'd made all my webservices using the wizards in eclipse and hadn't known where tostart. I'd assumed I would need to get that information from JBosssomehow and couldn't find it anyway, but queryin...

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  • Well, I don't know alot about ActiveX (well, I avoid it likethe plague if I'm honest), but you could float an IFrame in thehtml wrapper then use an embed tag in it. I think it's very, very unlikely that you will ever be ableto interact with ActiveX in any way other than what is possiblethrough float...

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  • If I understand rightly the issue is that service-config.xmlis used to hard code port information into the swf, so if thisinformation can't be changed at run-time without a recompile. Iimagine that the swf determining the server.port would be prettytrivial, since it can just look at the url it was r...

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  • Have you tried a full clean and recompile of the project? The services-config.xml is taken as a compiler argument, soif you don't recompile the app won't know that the port haschanged.

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  • That seems like the best way to go about things, thanks.I don't think normal triggers are supported from straight MDBfiles under the Jet engine, but there are afterUpdate events whichcan be fired from forms, so I'll write the code to modify thechanges table there, and tell people not to tweak the ta...

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  • Thanks for the reply Ed.This is for an internal project which only uses a MDB file,which may be updated by Flex or directly through Access itself, andI'd like any changes made in Access to reflect in Flex fairlyrapidly. I can to switch to MSSQL Standard or Enterprise if it is 100%necessary, but I'd ...

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