to allow your swf file to connect and invoke the serviceits done by
adding crossdomain.xml file to that server,@see:
based on crossdomain.xml specification FlashPlayer will be looking for
main crossdomain.xml file in the root of the domain so, error message is
correct,FP can not possible know architecture of your service etc ... so
it will just take url append crossdomain.xml to it and try to load it.(I
am not sure if you can change the location of Main crossdomain.xml file)
I beleive it can only exist under root, but others you can place it
anywhere you like (if you have more than one).simple test is followin...
Removed: some toxic classes 🙂 Replaced: " sysout" debug with
log4J.Added: MeetingInfodescriptor and AccountInfo classes Ant buld
file. Ivy resolver.(for Digester, logger, etc ..) java xpath to quickly
retrieve results if XML result isused. Junit Testcases.mock XML files
for (Junit).--- I am not sure about license, is it ok if I put it
underapache 2 or does it have to be something else?I dont want to break
any Adobe license rules .http://code.google.com/p/afcs-explorer/P.S:
flex/BlazeDS manager ...
v2 (with POJO support)download link :afcs_explorer-0.9.1-0.2-all.jarjust
pass (additional) --object flag after/instead of --debugand service will
return java Objects instead or XML Element. for example: java -jar
afcs_explorer-0.9.1-0.2-all.jar --debug --objectmyaccountname
email@example.com mypass --list Generates instance of Repository.java
with Node etc.. fullreplica of Repository XML.Commons Digester is used
to parse XML,so its very easy(andwill get easier) to change parsing
rules, if AFCS ...
I finished a first raw version of AFC Explorer, basically
itsfunctionally same as original AFCS.java.here is brief rational behind
it : http://ledtechdesign.com/2009/02/afcscocomo-explorer-v-01/and here
is the distro with source :
am still working on it, specifically on POJO part some codecleanup and
also to wrap a simple webapp around it. so will updateit periodically.