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Deploying AMFPHP on a live server
It is possible that a service you developed locally will fail remotely. Chances are the development environment will not mimic perfectly the deployement [...]
Sending back recordsets
One of the most impressive features of Flash remoting is the ease at which you can send back resultsets. AMFPHP is preloaded with a set of adapters for a [...]
Creating Remoting methods and classes
AMFPHP uses a simple scheme to load the appropriate service when requested. Dots in the service name are mapped to slashes (folder structure), and then it [...]
10,000 foot view of Remoting
Remoting can be a bit difficult to use at first, however it becomes very natural and simple after you’ve used it a few times. When starting a [...]
Installing AMFPHP
You will need a web server and PHP4 ( > 4.3.0 ) or PHP5 installed. We highly recommend that you test and develop on a local test server so that you can [...]
Installing Remoting
Installing Remoting If you’ve never developed for Flash Remoting, you’ll need to install it as an extension to Flash 8 or MX 2004. This manual assumes that [...]