Hi,I created a PDF Form in LC Designer and need to enable bidirectional
communication between the PDF and the JS in the HTML page the PDF is
embedded into. Sending messages from the PDF to JS works just fine, e.g.
the PDF can send messages using hostContainer.postMessage() and I can
successfully handle these in JS. However, posting messages from HTML/JS
to the PDF fails.From within the PDF (in the main form initialize event)
I do: var doc = event.target; doc.disclosed = true;
In a recent AIR 2.6 application I use the offline caching feature of
LCDS 3.1The application itself uses a Java 6 / Spring 3 / JPA 1 /
Hibernate stack (custom code, not using LC model driven development).
For offline support, I started with the sample code from the LCDS 3.1
documentation which works ok in most cases - at least, if I fetch
collections when online, then go to offline mode and fetch the same
collections from the cache. This works fine and the SQLite data base
gets created correctly...
So as the updateItem() method requires an String of the names of the
properties changed for that update, do I need to pass over all changed
properties (those changed on the client plus those changed on the
server) or it enough to just propagate the one property (version) that
has been changed in the persistence layer?E.g.// this is the update
Method which is called by the Assembler// changes is the List of changed
properties as provided by the Assemblerpublic T updateItem(T newVersion,
Hi,I created a custom Assembler extending from AbstractAssembler. The
Assembler itself uses JPA 1.0 with Hibernate Annotations and Hibernate
EntityManager. The entities all have a version property that is
annotated with @Version and a corresponding column for the version in
their database table.The problem is: when an entity gets updated on the
client (e.g. entity.name changes from "A" to "B") and the change gets
committed, the data gets correctly stored in the database and the
version property ...
Hi,for a upcoming project we need to implement a custom reporting
mechanism (track number of users, number of 1:1 connections, avg session
times etc.) - as far as I can see the only reliable way to tackle this
would be to use the server side API so that LCCS notifies the backend
and we can track the data in a database.Speaking of this: is there
anything "of the shelf" (probably not) or anyone here who already did
something like this and wants to share some ideas / caveats?Thanks,Dirk.
I'd like to migrate an application built around Cirrus to LCCS so it can
be used commercially.Is it possible to just use a plain vanilla
NetConnection (as in Cirrus) to connect to LCCS and create NetGroups
after successful connection? if so, how does the connection string need
to look like?Thanks,Dirk.
Thanks. We're still investigating this with the customer. Funny side
note is that audio works fine when doing legacy audio streaming via FMS
and also when doing a connect session, even though they can only use
RTMPT.Btw, there is nothing like RTMPTS as far as I know, RTMPT is RTMP
tunneled through http and RTMPS is just the same as RTMPT but tunneled
through https of course.Dirk.
One of our customers uses LCCS from behind a corporate proxy (Squid)
which only allows http connections, so no RTMFP or pure RTMP
connections, only RTMPT works for them. Interestingly, while video
streaming works for them (the app we created for them is a 1:1
scenario), audio streaming does not. They do have microphones on their
machines, the mics get correctly identified in the Flash Player Settings
tab and the input level meter also responds / peaks when they test the
mic in the Settings tab. ...