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Re: Data service samples and tomcat5.5 - Adobe LiveCycle 15-12-2006
Flexcab is a sample application in the samples.war. Look in\samples\dataservice\flexcabHTH

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Re: Data service samples and tomcat5.5 - Adobe LiveCycle 01-11-2006
Did you install JOTM. This is described in the installinstructions. That's the only thing I can think of.

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Re: Tutorials - Adobe LiveCycle 05-10-2006
OK. Just to confirm:* You downloaded the war file from coenrats.org.* You expanded the compressed war file into thefds_root/jrun4/servers/default directory, as described in the FDSJ2EE deployment instructions.* You started the JRun default server by opening a commandwindow to fds_root/jrun4/bin and typing jrun start default* You opened a browser to http://localhost:8700/testdrive/index.htmWhat error are you getting when you open the index.htmfile?

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Re: Tutorials - Adobe LiveCycle 05-10-2006
If you're new to the server-side, it's probably best toinstall FDS using the Integrated JRun option. Then you don't haveto worry about WAR deployment.Once you've done that, start the JRun server, open a browserto http://localhost:8700/samples/index.htm,and poke around the MXML, ActionScript, and Java files.Then, read the first 5 chapters of GettingStarted with Flex 2 and the DataAccess and Interconnectivity chapters of the Flex 2 Developer'sGuide.That should get you going.

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Re: FDS and EJB3 - Adobe LiveCycle 04-10-2006
It's been a long time since I did this, but I'll give this atry...I've never heard of deployong an EJB inside of a WAR. Youmight try making an EAR that has both the Flex WAR and the EJB'sJAR files. The only other thing I can think of is to try using anejb-ref in the flex WAR's web.xml. Something like: Define reference for simple statelesssession bean ejb/Simple Session SimpleHome Simple although you may need to make corresponding specifications onthe JBoss side. Also, this is for a remote EJB, y...

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Re: Tutorials - Adobe LiveCycle 03-10-2006
Assuming you know the basics of your app server, includinghow to deploy a WAR file...The Flex Installation page has WAR deployment instructions onFDSJ2EE deploymentAlso, there is a tutorial lesson on the Flex Data ManagementService in the GettingStarted with Flex 2 book.

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Re: Tutorials FDS source missing or ... - Adobe LiveCycle 02-08-2006
The LiveDocs comment on http://livedocs.macromedia.com/flex/2/docs/00000152.htmlshould have the information you need.

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Re: Which CF did I install? - Adobe LiveCycle 20-07-2006
Good questions:If you installed CF standalone, you'll have a CFusionMX7directory.If you installed CF multiserver, you'll have a JRun4directory.I think you can use either version, though you need CFEnterprise of CF Developer edition to use the event gateway-basedfeatures.HTH

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Re: Deploying flex application on a j2ee application server. - Adobe LiveCycle 13-07-2006
Here's what I think you do:1) Deploy the flex.war file (this is the empty WAR file youuse to start new FDS apps) onto your test/development server.2) Modify configuration files, create and test assemblers,define resources, as necessary. Create MXML and AS files, compilethem, define HTML wrappers, etc., and store them in or under theweb application root (not under WEB-INF).3) Zip up the app into a WAR file and deploy on otherservers, as necessary.HTH

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Re: Deploying flex application on a j2ee application server. - Adobe LiveCycle 12-07-2006
No problem. You get the WAR files by downloading Flex DataServices and choosing the J2EE option when you run the installer.You can get the installer by going to http://www.adobe.com/products/flex/,clicking on the Flex for Developers tab and downloading free FlexData Services 2 Express.As I said earlier in this thread, you can get installationinstructions from http://www.adobe.com/support/documentation/en/flex/2/install.html#flexj2eeThat should do it!

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