When I am running two instances locally for testing I am getting this
stack trace:#0 this = [Object 133774401,
selectedMic() at MicrophoneManager.as:160#1 this = [Object 133774401,
_1703516469micIndex(pvalue=0 (0x0)) at MicrophoneManager.as:126#2 this =
These are all great suggestions.After talking to a few developers and
stumbling on this myself, I agree that there needs to be a better
explanation of nodes and collectionNodes as to how they coincide with
user roles and permissions. The idea of a side by side example with
screen shots of the changes to the DevConsole seems like it would be
Thanks Nigel.I had a feeling there was a unique id issue involved in
theresomewhere.I was adding the idField to the owner application, but
not tothe guest applications.I was under the assumption that the
settings from the sharedcollection creation would be inherited when
retrieved via sharedID.Doh.
Problem:As a guest I would like to subscribe to a shared collectionthat
I have permission to see and display it's items.Solution:Create a shared
collection with either the AFCSDevConsole orwith a user logged in with
Owner permissions first, then access theshared collection from the guest
application via it's shared ID.Unexpected behavior:When a guest user
subscribes to a shared collection bysupplying it's shared id property
the events it receives when anitem is added to the shared collection do
So then how does one determine whether a Host has arrived?The
hostCollection seems to always remain at a length of 0for me.The
RoomState changes to active even when a host is not therein all the
tests I have run.Is there a way to determine that there is a host?
Thanks guys! I think it would be a very good idea to remove all
referencesto host since it has been a source of quite a few
confusingconversations in our office. I appreciate Hironmay's
explanation of what differentiatesthe username and password Owner owner
from a promoted user ( thatwas going to be my next question btw ). The
session caching has been giving me hell since day one, Iam about to
start debugging on separate vm's so I can get aroundit. We'll see if
that helps. If you do find a cachi...
Nigel,thanks for the quick reply. I have a few questions regardingthe
Host role in general. Hopefully the answers can help me devisea
workaround.1.) Is the host and UserRoles.Owner synonymous2.) Is a
username and password authenticated userautomatically an Owner ( and
based in answer #1 a host )?3.) Can I rely on the hostCollection.length
to determine if ahost is present?The reason I am asking these questions
is because when Ienter a room as a guest ( Only using username and no
password ) Iam ab...
Is there a way to know if the host has arrived withoutauthenticating to
a room?I noticed that the room state is always hostHasNotArrived toa
non-authenticated guest and when a listener for ROOM_STATE_CHANGEis
attached to the sessions roomManager instance you do not receiveevents
until you enter the room as either a guest or anauthenticated user.
Furthermore you receive two ROOM_STATE_CHANGEevents as soon as you enter
the room, the first being ahostHasNotArrived ( regardless of the actual
For people who saw Ryan Stewart's tutorial "getting startedwith AFCS"
and are not receiving the Authentication Success event.The browser is
caching the session therefore you cannot rely on theAuthentication
Success event as a hook for initializing yourapplication. The first time
you run the app it will work butsuccessive attempts could result in a
cached session being used. The app willhang waiting for the event that
never comes. To avoid this eitherquit the browser between sessions OR
use the C...