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Re: Still a significant CPU ratcheting effect when changing PublisherIDs - Adobe LiveCycle 13-06-2011
Hi Nigel,Just to add to this. My tests were also done with the 10.3 swc. Didn't test with 10.0.Thanks,Barry

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Re: Still a significant CPU ratcheting effect when changing PublisherIDs - Adobe LiveCycle 12-06-2011
Hi Nigel, Arun,I just ran a test on my app and we still see significant problems. I see the Flash player on one of my machines going up to 70% CPU usage. It also seems like the memory footprint keeps climbing. On all machines the Flash player seems to just slow down a lot.This new version has definitely made a difference, but I think there are still issues here.I can go back to the 10.0 swc to see if that fixes things or is that a pointless experiment?Thanks,Barry

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Re: Still a significant CPU ratcheting effect when changing PublisherIDs - Adobe LiveCycle 11-06-2011
Thanks Arun,I'll run a full test tomorrow.Thanks,Barry

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Re: Still a significant CPU ratcheting effect when changing PublisherIDs - Adobe LiveCycle 11-06-2011
Hi Nigel,I'll wait until there's a 10.3 swc seeing as it seems like the problem is fixed.Thanks,Barry

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Re: Still a significant CPU ratcheting effect when changing PublisherIDs - Adobe LiveCycle 11-06-2011
Hi Nigel,We just tried it with the 5 cams we've had problems with in our app, plus an additional 6th cam and we got no racheting either. There was also an extra naked dude cam in there... you might have a new Chatroulette on your hands if you don't take that down soon 🙂When you are rebuilding the swc, will it be the version that doesn't do peer assisted networking? That's the swc we are currently using in our app. If you want us to test with a patch swc, we can do this test any time.Thanks for ...

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Re: Still a significant CPU ratcheting effect when changing PublisherIDs - Adobe LiveCycle 10-06-2011
Hi Nigel,Awesome. I'll run my reproducible case tomorrow afternoon.I owe you a Boddingtons 🙂Barry

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Re: Still a significant CPU ratcheting effect when changing PublisherIDs - Adobe LiveCycle 07-06-2011
Hi Nigel,Just to clarify for my case the questions you asked in the previous post.Each client has a subscriber to each of the other clients, but only one is active at any given time. When a subscriber becomes inactive, the .close() method is called before the client starts subscribing to the other publisher.Also... I have one additional subscriber that switches between the publishers by changing publisher Ids. I never call the .close() method on that one because it's always subscribing to someon...

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Re: Still a significant CPU ratcheting effect when changing PublisherIDs - Adobe LiveCycle 07-06-2011
Hi Nigel,I think I may be seeing this exact same problem with the 10.3 library posted last week. I ran a test last night with about 10 users publishing in a room and it seemed like all of the flash players were crashing.I just ran a test today and saw the same problem with 4 cameras publishing to the same room.Seems like it's fine if I"m just publishing two or three cams, but I saw the CPU usage on one of my clients go up to 95% today on a 4 cam test.In case it helps... each publishing user can ...

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Re: One-One Chat Application using LCCS - Adobe LiveCycle 07-06-2011
Yep. It's basically the same idea but actually a bit easier. The code should be something like this...Cam: private function startPublisher() : void {// Removing the recipient ids on the publishing side. Everything should be handled ok by setting publisher ids on the receiving side for each receiver// var recipientIDs:Array = new Array();// var userId : String = Util.getUserIdForDisplayName(CocomoSession.session, this.currentTargetUser);// recipientIDs.push(userId);// webcamPub.recipientIDs = rec...

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Re: One-One Chat Application using LCCS - Adobe LiveCycle 03-06-2011
Here's some sample code that will help you to direct messages to individual clients:public var chatModel:SimpleChatModel;chatModel.allowPrivateChat = true;var message:String = "Hello"; var cmd:ChatMessageDescriptor = new ChatMessageDescriptor(); cmd.displayName = session.userManager.getUserDescriptor(session.userManager.myUserID).displayName; cmd.msg = message; var userId : String = getUserIdForDisplayName(session, targetUser); cmd.recipient = userId; chatModel.sendMessage(cmd); // This will get...

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