I would suggest looking into using Flex with LCDS 2.5.1 and its
SQLAssembler feature for Data Services where you can configure a
destination and simply provide the SQL for creating, retrieving,
updating and deleting items directly in the configuration - so no server
side code to be written.
I'd check the server logs (or simply the server console depending on how
you started the app server) for configuration errors.Remember that RTMP
ports must be unique across all web applications deployed on a
server.Did you remember to compile with the mxmlc command line argument
-services pointing to your /WEB-INF/flex/services-config.xml file?
In LCDS 2.5 we had a major clean-up of the messaging component APIs to
prepare for publishing how to programmatically configure the message
broker. One change was to correct the APIs to reflect the in-memory
state of the components, such as how services, destinations and adapters
are actually managed. Services have a list of destinations, and each
destination creates its own instance of an adapter.If you want to get to
a service from a custom adapter, you can either do what you mention
You can't access the file system by default. Flash Playerforces SWFs to
make a decision whether they're to access the filesystem or the network,
but not both. Further more, if you try toaccess a location that is not
part of the domain from which the SWFwas loaded, you need a
crossdomain.xml policy file.To make a SWF access the file system (and
only the filesystem), you need to specify the mxmlc switch
Hi Lee,I don't immediately see anything wrong here. I can only
startguessing at various theoretical situations.1. Can you experiment
with delaying your RemoteObject calluntil after the creationComplete
event has fired from the top level?2. I see your AS VO
has a contactos:ArrayCollectionproperty... but this doesn't seem to
correlate to anything in yourJava VO... did you forget some code in your
last message as I seeyou import java.util.Set in Empresa but never use
it?3. When you say your RemoteO...
I can't speak for the future of supported platforms, but inthe interim,
have you tried running the installer on a supportedplatform and then
just deploying the war file on a J2EE server onyour Mac OS X machine for
Are you using RemoteObject or DataService?Do you have only one type of
VO?Out of curiosity, does the VO implement any of the javastandard
interfaces such as java.io.Externalizable,java.util.Collection,
java.util.List or java.util.Map?
Looks like you're contacting a destination that is using
theSecureHTTPChannel (and note this would be the HTTPChannel forHTTP).
This channel (and it's HTTP equivalent, HTTPChannel) use anXML format to
send strongly typed information between the clientand server...
something we call AMFX (Action Message Format overXML). It looks like
the response was invalid AMFX... perhaps theclient received a server
error formatted as HTML instead of acorrectly formatted AMFX response?Is
the problem occuring in...