Flex Bu1lder  Flex WAR f1le

Posted on 2008-11-09
Last Modified: 2013-12-02
I am try1ng to conf1gure J2EE server dur1ng creat1ng a flex project 1n flex bu1lder

Target runt1me  Sett1ng done as Apache Tomcat v6.0
1 couldnt f1nd the flex war f1le for the conf1gurat1on

1 looked over the 1nternet but unfortunatly 1 couldnt f1nd 1t
1 found one war f1le from Adobe l1vecycle DS w1th tomcat  (1 am not us1ng th1s l1vecycle tool just took the f1le from 1t ): the name of the war f1le 1s: lcds.war  w1ll th1s do the sett1ng corretly ?
or wh1ch f1le should 1 have to use for th1s conf1gurat1on sett1ng ?

thank you
Question by:R_A_Y
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    Hmmm actually if you are not using LCDS then you don't need a war file at all.

    After createing a flex application just copy and paste the html and swf files to the web application.

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