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BlueDragon and Flash Remoting

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Anyone know of the compatibility of BlueDrgaon and Flash....such as remoting and CFC calls, etc.  I can't find any references on the subject except that alot of the remoting features are installed automatically when CF6.1 is installed..
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With Bluedragon you don't hv direct access to flash as you would have with MM Coldfusion 6.x because Bluedragon doesn't come with Flash Remoting ( the 'original' solution from macromedia as flash remoting built in on mm coldfusion app server ). With bluedragon you'll hv to use the standard ways to 'talk' with flash, such as LoadVars, XML ...

You could try to find projects that use the AMF protocol and try to use it with Bluedragon, but im not sure if there is such a project.


* NOTE: You could always buy MM Flash Remoting and then install and configure it in your J2EE app server ... but with such a price tag, you could always buy mm coldfusion mx6.1 pro
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