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  • Flexcab is a sample application in the samples.war. Look in\samples\dataservice\flexcabHTH

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  • Did you install JOTM. This is described in the installinstructions. That's the only thing I can think of.

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  • 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 ...

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  • 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 Jav...

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  • 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 lik...

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  • 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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  • The LiveDocs comment on http://livedocs.macromedia.com/flex/2/docs/00000152.htmlshould have the information you need.

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  • 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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  • 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, et...

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  • 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 earl...

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