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Macromedia Flash Remoting MX Tutorial - Using Flash Remoting for Flash MX 2004 ActionScript 2.0


 









Macromedia Flash Remoting MX Tutorial - Using Flash Remoting for Flash MX 2004 ActionScript 2.0

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Index Macromedia Flash Remoting MX Tutorial - Using Flash Remoting for Flash MX 2004 ActionScript 2.0


INTRODUCTION: About Flash Remoting
Who should read this book
About Flash Remoting documentation
What’s new in Flash Remoting for Flash MX 2004 ActionScript 2.0
Developer resources
Contacting Macromedia
CHAPTER 1: Getting Started
About Flash Remoting
Flash Remoting data flow
Understanding the Flash Remoting service adapters
Building Flash applications with Flash Remoting
Understanding the Flash Remoting development environment
Using Flash Remoting
Migrating existing applications to Flash Remoting for Flash MX 2004 ActionScript 2.0
Making the minimum changes to your application for ActionScript 2.0
Taking full advantage of Flash Remoting for Flash MX 2004 ActionScript 2.0.
Migrating the DataGrid application to Flash Remoting for Flash MX 2004 ActionScript 2.0
Example: migrating the DataGrid application
CHAPTER 2: Using Flash Remoting ActionScript
Flash Remoting application structure
Flash Remoting ActionScript classes
Properties and methods
Importing Flash Remoting ActionScript classes
Configuring Flash Remoting
Establishing the Flash Remoting gateway connection
Specifying a service
Authenticating a user to the application server
Calling service functions
Specifying functions
Calling functions using named arguments in ColdFusion
Handling service results and errors
Using the RelayResponder object for a service
Using PendingCall and RelayResponder objects for a specific service function
Using the ResultEvent class
Using the FaultEvent class
Using the Flash Remoting ActionScript API in the CustomerInfoExampleAPI application
onReveal()
updateDetails()
refreshCustomerData()
onCustGrid_Change()
onCustCat_Change()
onCategoryData()
onCustomerData()
onCustomerFault()
onCategoryFault()
CHAPTER 3: Using the RemotingConnector component (Flash Professional only)
RemotingConnector parameters
Creating an instance of the RemotingConnector component
Using the RemotingConnector in the CustomerInfoExampleCon application
onReveal()
updateDetails()
onCustGrid_Change()
onCustomerData()
onCategoryData()
onCustomerDataFault()
onCategoryDataFault()
CHAPTER 4: Using Flash Remoting Data in ActionScript
About Flash Remoting and data types
Understanding Action Message Format
Converting from ActionScript to application server data types
Converting from application server data types to ActionScript
ColdFusion to ActionScript data conversion issues
About working with objects
Working with ActionScript typed objects
Working withJava serializable objects
About working with RecordSet objects
About record sets
RecordSet methods
Using RecordSet methods and properties
Delivering RecordSet data to Flash applications in ColdFusion MX
Using Flash UI components with RecordSet objects
About working with XML
CHAPTER 5: The NetConnection Debugger
Using the NetConnection Debugger
Enabling debugging
Disabling debugging
NetConnection events
Specific event information
Common event information
Client event messages
Application server event messages
Flash Communication Server events
Using the NetConnection Debugger in ActionScript
Using the Netdebug.initialize() method
Using the NetDebug.trace() method
Using connection-specific debugging methods
Configuring debugger output in ActionScript
CHAPTER 6: Using Flash Remoting with ColdFusion MX
Using Flash Remoting with ColdFusion pages
Determining the Flash service name
Using the Flash scope to pass parameters to ColdFusion pages
Accessing ActionScript objects
Using Flash Remoting with ColdFusion components
Determining the Flash service name
Returning results to ActionScript
Passing parameters to ColdFusion components
Accessing ActionScript objects
Using component metadata with the Flash Remoting service
Using Flash Remoting with server-side ActionScript
Using CF.http()
Using CF.query()
Calling web services from Flash Remoting
Invoking web service methods using Flash Remoting
Securing access to ColdFusion from Flash Remoting
Assigning security roles to component functions
Handling errors with ColdFusion
CHAPTER 7: Using Flash Remoting for Java
About Flash Remoting for Java
How Flash Remoting for Java works
Where Flash Remoting fits into the Java application architecture
Calling Java classes or JavaBeans from ActionScript
Making a Java class or JavaBean available to Flash Remoting
Getting a reference to a Java class or JavaBean in ActionScript
Invoking Java methods in ActionScript
Looking at a Flash application that calls a JavaBean
Calling Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs) from Flash
Getting a reference to an EJBHome object in ActionScript
Invoking EJB methods in ActionScript
Looking at a Flash application that calls an EJB
Calling servlets and JSPs from Flash
Coding a servlet to use with Flash Remoting
Getting a reference to a web application in ActionScript
Calling a servlet or JSP
Calling JMX MBeans from Flash (JRun only)
Getting a reference to an MBean in ActionScript
Invoking MBean methods in ActionScript
Calling server-side ActionScript from Flash (JRun only)
Getting a reference to a server-side ActionScript file
Invoking server-side ActionScript functions
Handling function results in ActionScript
Using Flash Remoting with JRun security
Looking at the ActionScript authentication code
Looking at the JRun security settings
Passing XML objects between Flash and Java
Sending an ActionScript XML object to Java
Returning an XML object from Java to Flash
Viewing Flash Remoting log entries
CHAPTER 8: Using Flash Remoting for Microsoft .NET
Flash Remoting for Microsoft .NET
Where Flash Remoting fits into the Microsoft .NET framework
Understanding the Flash Remoting for Microsoft .NET directory structure
Setting up a Flash Remoting ASP.NET application
Calling ASP.NET pages from Flash
Making an ASP.NET page available to Flash Remoting
Getting a reference to an ASPX-based service in ActionScript
Invoking ASPX pages in ActionScript
Using the Flash Remoting custom server control in ASPX pages
Using the Flash Remoting namespace in code-behind files
Using ASP.NET state management with Flash Remoting
Using ASP.NET exception handling
Using ADO.NET objects with Flash Remoting
Displaying a RecordSet object in Flash with ActionScript
Calling web services from Flash
Invoking web service methods using Flash Remoting
Invoking a remote web service from Flash
Calling ASP.NET assemblies from Flash
Calling assemblies from Flash
Returning an ActionScript object from an assembly
Viewing Flash Remoting log entries
APPENDIX A: Using NetServices and Connection Classes
Creating a gateway connection using the NetServices object
Specifying the gateway in the NetServices createGatewayConnection() method
Using the NetServices setDefaultGatewayUrl() method
Authenticating a user to the application server
Creating the service object
Handling results for a Connection object
Directing all results for a service to a single responder object
Directing results for a service to specific responder objects
Handling errors for a Connection object
The error object
Error-handling hierarchy
Error-handling strategies
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