6157 readersTweetHave you ever tried to load test a Flash/Flex application that is using BlazeDS and AMF for its data communications? If you have tried JMeter you have probably seen this error: “Detected duplicate HTTP-based FlexSessions, generally due to the remote host disabling session cookies. Session cookies must be enabled to manage the client connection correctly.”
2802 readersAlex Glosband, one of our lead QA engineers on the LiveCycle Data Services team, has posted a very helpful and informative description on why certain Flex applications might get the error:Detected duplicate HTTP-based FlexSessions, generally due to the remote host disabling session cookies. Session cookies must be enabled to manage the client connection correctly.Check out
9354 readersA very common ActionScript error is Error 1120, the “undefined property” error. In fact, this may be the most common compile-time error. Its cause is very simple, but there are a number of ways it can actually be induced. We’ll take a quick tour of some of the scenarios in which you’ll encounter
1704 readersNot sure how many people know about this but most of BlazeDS/LCDS server classes are exposed as JMX MBeans which means they can be viewed with a JMX enabled client such as jconsole. Additionally, BlazeDS/LCDS comes with a simple application called ds-console that can be used to view these MBeans as well. These MBeans provide
3119 readersIn couple posts back, I talked about using NetConnection to talk to a remoting destination in BlazeDS/LCDS. This helps for pure Flash clients talk to BlazeDS/LCDS but what if you have a Java client app and you want to do a remoting call from your Java app, is this possible? That’s when AMFConnection comes into
7212 readersA great presentation by Jeremy Grelle on Using Spring with BlazeDS and LCDS. In addition to talking about Spring and Blaze/LCDS integration, he covers an exciting new development time productivity enhancer – Spring Roo. Filed under: LCDS, Tools Tagged: blazeds, flex, java, lcds, spring
2659 readersStubled across an AS3 compiler bug that I've seen before, but couldn't find a good explanation via Google for. If you get the above error, make sure you don't initialize an "int" to "null". Changing it from: public function Quad( w:Number, h:Number, color:int = null ) to: public function Quad( w:Number, h:Number, color:int = undefined
2792 readersGreat post here by Mete on monitoring BlazeDS and LCDS applications: http://meteatamel.wordpress.com/2010/03/24/monitoring-blazeds-and-lcds/...
3317 readersFor people who wants to use server configuration (I mean channels, endpoints and remoting destinations from BlazeDs/LCDS services-config.xml and remoting-config.xml) loaded in runtime instead of common practice with reading configs in compile time Cristophe Coenraerts wrote a dedicated post. As for me it is very annoying to configure every single RemoteObject that way Today I’ve
2485 readersJust spent like 7 hours trying to debug a problem and finally found the solution by reading someone's blog. Basically was trying to load the CSS settings at runtime in my Flex 3 application. It didn't work at all, kept getting the following error:Error #1034: Type Coercion failed: cannot convert bla to IFlexModuleFinally the problem
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