since ‎04-12-2007
‎10-12-2019
anirudhs
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Re: SOAP Requests anirudhs - Adobe LiveCycle
I strongly suspect that the path to your WSDL is wrong. Isyour URL publicly accessible?Hitting http://63.139.189.187:8002/WSDL/iLON100.wsdlgives me a 404 File not found error. Please confirm that you cansee the XML of the WSDL by hitting the same URL in thebrowser.
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Re: SOAP Requests anirudhs - Adobe LiveCycle
If you're running the Flex application from Flex Builder, youshouldn't run into crossdomain issues. Flex Builder automaticallytrusts the swf file so that your development cycle is smooth.But if you host your swf at localhost or any server, you'llrun into the crossdomain problem if your WSDL is at domain B andyour swf is hosted at domain A.
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Re: Amazon Web Service anirudhs - Adobe LiveCycle
Hi,Have you seen this?Do let us know if it works (for the benefit of the othermembers).
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Re: MessageClient anirudhs - Adobe LiveCycle
Hi,Your class should read:quote:import flex.messaging.MessageClient;public class MyMessageClient extends MessageClient{ public MyMessageClient() { }}
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Re: AMF file anirudhs - Adobe LiveCycle
Hi,AMF is suited for situations when there is lot of datainvolved. The performance improvement will be considerable sincethe actual data being transferred is way way lesser than when XMLis used.To get AMF working with .NET, youcan use Weborb or OpenAMF.
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Re: SOAP Requests anirudhs - Adobe LiveCycle
Hi,Are you running the HTML file for the Flex application fromthe place where the WSDL is?Otherwise try putting the full path to the WSDL in the WSDLproperty of mx:WebService like so:
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Re: flash/php security anirudhs - Adobe LiveCycle
Hi,HTTPS (HTTP over SSL) is your best bet. if you try to do anysort of decryption on the client, it can be eventually brokenunless you implement something akin to what is being done in SSL.Curious to know what other ideas you've attempted?
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Re: Converting Date from ActionScript to Java anirudhs - Adobe LiveCycle
That should work. All you need to do is call it once beforethe first call to the remote object. You can do it when thecreationComplete event of your application fires or just aboutanywhere really.Basically that call tells Flex that the remote type of theDate class of Flex is java.util.Timestamp.
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Re: HTTP Service HTTP Headers anirudhs - Adobe LiveCycle
Hi,Check out the headers property of HTTPService (http://livedocs.adobe.com/flex/3/langref/mx/rpc/http/HTTPService.html#headers)And URLRequestHeader if you are using a URLLoader.But to pass the authorization header, the latest version ofthe flash player requires you to have it specified in the crossdomain file:http://kb.adobe.com/selfservice/viewContent.do?externalId=kb403184&sliceId=1For HTTP Status, check out thislink
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Re: [BlazeDS] Flex app Receives untyped Object anirudhs - Adobe LiveCycle
Hi,Not sure if it will help, but try callingregisterClassAlias("ABS", ABC) before calling into blazeds.(where ABS is the server data type of the object within thelist and ABC is the client data type)
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Re: Converting Date from ActionScript to Java anirudhs - Adobe LiveCycle
Hi,Try calling registerClassAlias("java.util.Timestamp", Date)on the flex side before sending AMF data.
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