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Really Odd Crash
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- Adobe LiveCycle
There's a really odd bug / crash that happens under these very specific circumstances. Unfortunately I can't upload an FLA here, so I've provided a download link from a 3rd party site. If you don't feel comfortable with that, I've listed the steps to recreate the error below.(Note: Don't click the giant download buttons, click where it says "Save file to your PC: click here")http://www.2shared.com/file/qJWkGney/PrivateVideoChat.htmlhttp://www.2shared.com/file/M5tNwwRL/PrivateVideoChatExample.htm...

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Re: LC CS - Auto Login / Log off syndrome
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- Adobe LiveCycle
I think the line:tempUserList.refresh();may be the culprit. Try fiddling with it (ie commenting lines out) to get your script to work and then finding the line that's causing it.Another problem I encountered was syncing to the same CollectionNode twice which, for some reason, prevents the SharedObjects from syncing after you sync to the CollectionNode the second time.

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Re: LC CS - Auto Login / Log off syndrome
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Okay, I found out what was going wrong. Oddly enough, when I added a SYNCHRONIZATION_CHANGE event listener to the ConnectSession variable and subscribed to all of my SharedObjects in the callback function, none of them would synchronize. When I subscribed to the SharedObjects before the ConnectSession synchronized everything worked. Weird.Edit: RiteshYadav's sample is hard to read, but it looks like he has a lot of logic in the callback function of SYNCHRONIZATION_CHANGE. He's probably trying to...

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Re: LC CS - Auto Login / Log off syndrome
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I don't think it's an inactivity disconnect. The way I'm using the service right now is for debugging purposes, so it's more like very frequent log-ons, log-offs, disconnects, and subscriptions. After a few hours of this (maybe 3 on average?) the nodes will stop subscribing. I'll try tinkering with it tomorrow to get a simple script that can reproduce the error.Thanks for the quick reply Edit: I think I fixed it. Not entirely sure what I did exactly but I made sure the connect session was synchr...

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Re: LC CS - Auto Login / Log off syndrome
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I'm also getting this error, though in a completely different context.I'm using custom SharedObjects. I'm making sure the ConnectSession is synchronized before I subscribe to them. My application will work fine for several hours and then it'll randomly stop working and I have to wait a while until it starts working again. Restarting the computer doesn't work -- it really seems time based.It's a really annoying error and it's having an effect on my productivity : /

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Re: WebcamPublisher Acting as an AudioSubscriber -- Possible Bug?
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Yep, it's definitely flash only. Here's the source I used to replicate the error:package com.audiotest { import com.adobe.rtc.authentication.AdobeHSAuthenticator; import com.adobe.rtc.collaboration.AudioPublisher; import com.adobe.rtc.collaboration.WebcamPublisher; import com.adobe.rtc.events.SessionEvent; import com.adobe.rtc.session.ConnectSession; import flash.display.MovieClip; public class AudioTest extends MovieClip { protected var _cSession:ConnectSession = new ConnectSession(); protected...

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WebcamPublisher Acting as an AudioSubscriber -- Possible Bug?
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If you create a simple program with the Flash 10 API that creates both a WebcamPublisher and an AudioPublisher after the ConnectSession logs in, open up two instances of the swf, and then speak in to a mic, you can hear the audio coming through the speakers. There is no AudioSubscriber so this shouldn't be happening, right? Is it a bug?

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