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Remote Object Problem - Adobe LiveCycle 03-10-2007
Ive been trying to use a remote object to access data from myserver. In my java class I need to use an object of another class.When I try to do that Im not getting any error, but I could not usethe object for the reason unknown to me. Pls help.

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Re: Flex with JNDI - Adobe LiveCycle 04-07-2007
HiCan I know how I could generate mxml from a java file ?My challenge has been to read xml file using java andgenerating a form in mxml .Please help.Thanks,Tauri

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Re: Flex with JNDI - Adobe LiveCycle 23-05-2007
Hi JeffreyI have been able to access RemoteObject from mxml.Today I had a problem, when Im trying to call a RemoteObjectwhich retrieves the list of results from LDAP backend.I wrote a java class in which Im using a Pojo to create anobject, the following is the chunk of code in my getAllAttrs()method:valsList.add(new TPojo(attrs.get("cn").toString(), attrs.get("givenName").toString(), attrs.get( "telephoneNumber").toString(),attrs.get( "userPassword").toString(), attrs.get("objectClass").toString...

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Re: Flex with JNDI - Adobe LiveCycle 15-05-2007
And by the way...I used Flex Test Drive Server to run myapplication...Thanks,Tauri

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Re: Flex with JNDI - Adobe LiveCycle 15-05-2007
Hi JeffreyI could finally access the RemoteObject, could retrieve thedata from ldap backend.Im now trying to build a form which queries the back end anddisplays the result.I couldnt have done this without your help..Thanks,Tauri.

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Re: Flex with JNDI - Adobe LiveCycle 09-05-2007
Hi JeffreyIm used Tomcat5.5, but I still had the same error. I triedthe example 'sqladmin' with database running, but I had the sameproblem, It gives the error "Faled to send".Im unable to track the problem. I also used jdk1.5 . I thinkthat my mxml file is not able to locate the java class which Iplaced in web-inf/classes folder. Please let me understand this problem...thx for your patience🙂Thanks,Tauri Valor

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Re: Flex with JNDI - Adobe LiveCycle 08-05-2007
JeffreyHi again !! Thanks again for your reply..Ive tried changing the "remoting-config.xml" but I hv thesame problem...I think the Java class which I ve declared inremoting-cofng.xml is not being identified.I placed my java class in web-inf/classes folder.I also tried placing the class in the same location where myremoting-config.xml lies.I have the same problem my error handler is being calledevery time I press click button...Please let me know if theres any other problem.(Im using Tomcat4.1.2...

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Re: Flex with JNDI - Adobe LiveCycle 07-05-2007
Jeffrey,Heres my JavaBean: import javax.naming.Context;import javax.naming.NameNotFoundException;import javax.naming.NamingEnumeration;import javax.naming.directory.Attribute;import javax.naming.directory.InitialDirContext;import javax.naming.directory.DirContext;import javax.naming.directory.Attributes;import javax.naming.directory.SearchControls;import javax.naming.directory.SearchResult;import javax.naming.NamingException;import java.util.Hashtable;import java.util.LinkedList;import java.util...

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Re: Flex with JNDI - Adobe LiveCycle 07-05-2007
Hi Jeffrey,I have followed the steps that you've explained. Thanks forthe solution. But I have a problem calling the java method in my actionscript.The following is my mxml file: import mx.controls.Alert; import mx.rpc.events.ResultEvent; import mx.rpc.events.FaultEvent; private function gotName(event:ResultEvent):void { Alert.show("Server Message: " + event.result, "Success"); } private function faultHandler(event:FaultEvent):void { Alert.show("Server Message: Error"); } private function getData():void { ro.getName(); //Invoke the call } //todo............ I have declared the Javaclass in remoting-config.xml thefollowing way:/WEB-INF/classes/Test3applicationWhen I click on the button it returns an error message fromfaulthandler..What could be the probable reason ?Thanks,Tauri Valor

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Re: Flex with JNDI - Adobe LiveCycle 01-05-2007
Hi Jeffrey,Thanks for the reply.As you've said I will try to use RemoteObject to call a Javamethod inside a Java Class (JavaBean), then let the Java method toconnect to LDAP (JNDI).But, I did not understand how the Actionscript calls theJavaBean..Pls help me understand this... 🙂Thanks,Tauri.

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