I wanted to experiment with custom subscription management. The
documentation states to override handlesSubscriptions() and return true,
plus implement manage(CommandMessage message).I never see my
handlesSubscriptions() method called, so my manage(..) method is, of
course, never called. Is there something else I need to setup?-S
I have two scenarios. One works one and one does not and I cannot
determine the underlying reason. I open two clients make a change in
one. The second client is updated nicely with first scenario and doesn't
update with second scenario.This works:[Managed]Document var
uuid:String; var parts:ArrayCollection;[Managed]DocumentPart var
uuid:String; var value:Stringdata-management-config.xml: : When I make a change to a DocumentPart, the
other client is updated successfully. When I set a breakpo...
I get this attempting to set the channel set on my data service. The
data service was generated using the Flash Builder LCDS code generator.
I have no clue.TypeError: Error #1006: createOfflineAdapter is not a
Hi Pa. You don't need to do all of that manual work. In your DataService
object on the client, the autoCommit and autoSyncEnabled properties are
set to true by default. When autoCommit is true, each change is
immediately sent to the remote destination when detected. You can set
autoCommit to false and explcitly call commit() if desired.When
autoSyncEnabled is true, for fill(), getItem(), and createItem() calls,
managed instances listen for changes made by other clients. All clients
are synced au...
What context is your Java code being executed in? You need to be in the
same web application as LCDS, so the MessageBrokerServlet will have
created and registered the MessageBroker in the static table. I assume
also that you have not defined an identifier in the web.xml for the
MessageBroker so the null argument to the get function should find the
default instance (named "__default_").You can take a look at the
MessageBroker code in svn here:
No luck, the same problem. The console message looks exactly the same.I
followed all of the above instructions except for the two optional
steps. I currently have no security considerations and I am not yet
using the JMSAdaptor.I am majorly stuck. I guess I can either switch to
the integrated Tomcat. Or, I can try my luck with JBoss. Any opinion on
which version of JBoss?
Configuring Flex logging at least provided a start to figure out what is
wrong, but its still a bit obfuscated. It looks like a server problem. I
searched on the one line that looks appears to be the error message.
Some hits, but no real solution. I think there is some underlying issue
still with my configuration, or something.'ds-producer-DocumentPart'
producer connected.Disabling auto-connect timer - connected:
true'ds-producer-DocumentPart' producer acknowledge of
Hi,Please visit the URL below for details on how to map yourFlex project
to your BlazeDS folder. Once you mapped it, compilingyour Flex project
will access the services-config.xml and compileyour Flex