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Updating ManagedRemoting Entity from Server

May 10, 2012 2:19 PM

Tags: #java #livecycle #data_services #managed_remoting

I have a pretty simple task that I need to complete, but it's taken up several days trying to find out how to do it because I can't find any documentation on managed remoting on the server side...


Basically, I have setup Managed Remoting using a flex client, and it works flawlessly, but I need the server to be able to manipulate the managed entities as well.  I want a thread to run on the server that updates the entites in real time based upon a feed coming in from an external server.  If I communicate with the managed remoting service class directly from another java class it persists fine, but it does not update the clients because I am unable to figure out how to pass in a ManagedRemotingMessage to the Managed Remoting service.


Can anyone explain how I can tell my MR service that an entity with ID x needs to commit a change to property y?  It seems like a fairly simple task, and I've tried everything I can find thus far, but nothing seems to get the job done...


my server setup is very simple, just a few entity classes, a hibernate DAO, and a class annotated as such:


@ManagedRemoteService(managedEntities = {com.petzent.agentmonitor.objects.Agent.class}, destinationId="agentService", channels = { "RTMP" })


(and then the appropriate CRUD annotations on the various methods in the class, of course)



As far as how to interface with that class from another Java class, I won't even bother posting my code because I don't even know where to begin...

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    May 14, 2012 12:02 AM   in reply to neoX286

    Consider using the ManagedRemotingContext class. It provides ability to submit CRUD operations to Assembler. Take a look at its javadoc at: /ManagedRemotingContext.html.



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    May 19, 2012 11:36 AM   in reply to neoX286

    I think someone from your team is already in touch with us. We will provide you an example for how to achieve this.



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