Although there are many ways to setup a server for production, there is a common theme. On reboot, it should come up running all the services necessary without human intervention.rn
In order to achieve this goal with a Flex server running on JRun, you can simply add that server to your Windows Services panel and set it to start automatically. "Okay... how do I do that?", you say.
Being a developer is a tough job. We''re constantly under pressure to get some piece of code working as soon as possible. When we''re in a pinch, we often come up with some wacky workaround (aka refactor candidates).
While working on a recent Flex project I found a code sample that someone created because they were having trouble getting the useHandCursor to work.
“When you create a SharedObject, Macromedia Flash Player creates a new directory for the application and domain, and creates an empty *.sol file that stores the SharedObject data. The default location of this file is in a subdirectory of the …
One limitation of the Model tag is that if you supply one instance of a child tag in an
<mx:Model> tag, there is no way for Flex to know if you intend it to be an array or a single property instance. You can work around this limitation by using an
<mx:Object> tag instead of an
<mx:Model> tag and declaring an
<mx:Array> tag inside the
<mx:Object> tag. As an added benefit, you can then dynamically add to the object creating an array of objects.