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Inherited Application - messagebroker/amf error

I've inherited an application where the dev. environment was blown away, and now I'm trying to rebuild the pieces.

The application has modules created in different versions of CF, and Flex/AS, and IDEs (Flex Builder 3, Flash Builder 4, etc).

I'm using Flash Builder 4, and successfully compiled a .swf, but then I got this strange error that I'm not familiar with. I'm not sure if it's related to BlazeDS or LiveCycle because I've never used either.

Any help would be much appreciated!
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gdemariaCommented:

The path (you crossed out) doesn't exist.   You can check directly into the browser to see if it's accessible, make sure there is a folder called messagebroker under the root; another option may be that there was a coldfusion mapping used?
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Brijesh ChauhanStaff IT EngineerCommented:
probably you are calling ColdFusion CFCs with RemoteObject over SSL in your Flex app ...

here is a good post that talks about it.. try to use Firebug to check what really is going on ?

http://blog.crankybit.com/flex-remoting-over-ssl/
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Brijesh ChauhanStaff IT EngineerCommented:
I think - The context-root is not specified correctly.  The context-root is not a path on the server. check out on it...
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coldchillinAuthor Commented:
In configuring the project, the value for the compiler arguments pointing to services-config.xml kept getting lost. That seemed to fix the problem.
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