I am implementing <SWFVerification> feature in my project. My application is deployed at path:
So correspondingly, I have created a sub-folder named SWFs in 'dev' folder, and have duplicated the application swf file and placed in the SWFs folder. So now the 2 folder's content are:
Thus Application.xml looks like:
<Application> ... <SWFVerification enabled="true"> <SWFFolder>rootinstall/webroot/swfs/player/flash/dev/SWFs</SWFFolder> <MinGoodVersion></MinGoodVersion> <UserAgentExceptions> <Exception to="" from=""/> </UserAgentExceptions> <Cache> <TTL></TTL> <UpdateInterval></UpdateInterval> </Cache> </SWFVerification> </Application>
However, after <SWFVerification enabled="true"> the application stops working. Can anyone suggest, what's wrong here?
What is your version of Flash Media Server? It looks like a Linux install from the delimiter.
Is there anything related in the Server.xml? Perhaps you can .zip up the /conf directory and send it along. I'm wondering if initiating this at the application level (Application.xml) is triggering some bad behavior due to defaults in the Server.xml.
Thanks for your reply. However, the SWFVerfiication is working for me now, with following changes
The project myapp.swf remains at the same location, as:
I created a new folder at entirely new location as follows, and specified the same in :
and it is working now.
But I'm more interested in knowing the root cause of earlier problem.
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