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Re: Error #2004: One of the parameters is invalid - Adobe LiveCycle 15-05-2008
Figured it out! The java class implemented Externalizable(for no good reason) but the flex class didn't implementIExternalizable. Getting rid of the Externalizable implementationon the java side corrected the problem. These classes have been inuse for months but were always serialized from Flex to Java, Iguess you have to go in the reverse direction to cause theerror.

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Error #2004: One of the parameters is invalid - Adobe LiveCycle 15-05-2008
I'm trying to send an object from Java to Flex using BlazeDSand the following code:quote:var remoteObject:RemoteObject = new RemoteObject();remoteObject.destination = "someDestination";remoteObject.addEventListener(ResultEvent.RESULT,resultHandler, false, 0, true);remoteCommandObject.someMethod();The remote method is invoked and returns an object thatresults in the following error "ArgumentError: Error #2004: One ofthe parameters is invalid." I've read that you must reference theclass the remote...

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BlazeDS Guranteed Delivery - Adobe LiveCycle 31-03-2008
I have BlazeDS setup using a StreamingAMFChannel as theprimary channel and an AMFChannel configured to poll every 4seconds as my fallback channel. I want to ensure that my clientsalways receive the messages the server pushes to them. I can thinkof a couple situations that may cause trouble:1.) The client briefly loses their internet connection.2.) The client closes the browser and logs right back in.Does anybody know how BlazeDS handles these situations and ifthere is a way to ensure that client...

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Re: BlazeDS Data Push - Chat App - Adobe LiveCycle 31-03-2008
Just thought I'd post this for the sake of completion.Tomcat/Flex magically decided to start working and I'm 75% sure Ididn't change anything. Maybe my flex app wasn't rebuilding when Ithought it was?

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Re: BlazeDS Data Push - Chat App - Adobe LiveCycle 31-03-2008
Tomcat is finally giving me an error! However, I don't knowhow to fix it. Here is the error:quote:[EMST]03/31/2008 10:49:44.938 [WARN] HttpFlexSession has notbeen registered as a listener in web.xml for this application so noevents will be dispatched to FlexSessionAttributeListeners orFlexSessionBindingListeners. To correct this, registerflex.messaging.HttpFlexSession as a listener in web.xml.However my web.xml file is the same file where it worked inthe pre-configured tomcat server that adobe g...

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BlazeDS Data Push - Chat App - Adobe LiveCycle 29-03-2008
I'm trying to learn how data push works in BlazeDS by usingthe following chattutorial. The tutorial gives you a preconfigured version ofTomcat and all works well, very nice. So I took the next step andadded the chat code and XML files (services-config.xml,messaging-config.xml, etc) to my pre-existing Flex project. When Ideployed my web-app to Tomcat 5.5 the chat application doesn'treceive any data from the server, not even an error. Anybody knowwhat might be the difference between the preconfigu...

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