You should be able to achieve what you want with an explicit criteria
filter on your entity.In the Modeler Design view, select your entity and
add a filter. You'll see that there is a an "Order By" field in the
Properties view. Enter the value you want there and then save and
redeploy your model. When you don't enter anything in the "Criteria"
field, you create a getAll fill.Here's an example of an entity created
with this type of filter; it is sorted by price in ascending
Reliable message does its own queuing and resending under the covers.
You should not need to do a fill operation after a transient disconnect;
reliable messaging takes care of resending messages if needed.
The issue is that you are not getting a channel connection between the
AIR app and the server. You have to create ChannelSet and Channel
explicitly in the script block of your MXML file.This section of the doc
should help as a
you need something like the bolded text below in your script block. Note
that this is for an app build using model-driven development. Th...
Sorry for the confusion. I thought you were working with a Flex
form.This forum is for Data Services, which is a server product with
client APIs that are primarily Flex/ActionScript APIs.I think the forum
you want for PDF forms is this
are other PDF-related forums
Can you please send me a private message with a zip file (as an
attachment) of the Flex project that demonstrates the issue with
ChannelSet.login? I'm not sure what you are mean about a filter method.
Do you mean the filter element of the modeling language? If so, you can
definitely use filters in Modeler 3.1.1. In Design view, you can drag
them from the tool palette or right click on an entity to add them.-
Would have to see your model or project to see why you do not have the
same DataStore instance for these two entities. When there is a an
association between entities, the same DataStore should be be used
automatically for the two entities as long as the value of
use-transactions is the same for both and they use the same set of
Modeler 3.11 works with Flash Builder 4.5 and Livecycle Data Services
3.1. It is available for download
3.11 Release NotesInstall Modeler 3.11 into Flash Builder 4.5Mac-only
preliminary setupNote: These steps are only required when you run Flash
Builder in stand-alone mode. Shut down Flash Builder if it is
running.Open up the Flash Builder installation directory in Finder.Open
up the FB_INSTALL_DIR\eclipse\configurati...
By default, new Flex projects for LiveCycle Data Services in Flash
Builder use the fiber.swc file in the WEB-INF\flex\libs directory of the
target web application. This version of the fiber.swc file is missing a
new method that is required for ActionScript code generation when
working with Modeler 3.11. That's why you are getting an error.To work
around this issue, replace the the fiber.swc file in the
WEB-INF\flex\libs directory with a copy of the fiber.swc file from the