I have the following situation:
I make an application that stores data in a valid XML file.
The storage of the data with a File.IO operation works well but when I trie to send the file over the internet using a string, it gives me an objectname.
So I have this code for sending the data over the internet :
data = myCertGen.writeXML(myData) --Get my data from a XML obejct
--the data that I want to save.
tData = ["name":"pcdata.ts","datos":data]
--call PHP script.
gNetID = postNetText("http://dev-site.com/telesiminar/save.php",tData)
So I get my data from the class who makes the XML. This is a XML object.
Then I send the file over the internet to a php file.
Now in my data I only get <FlashObject d59cd70>
So I know this is a object. Now is my question how do I convert this object back to a string wich I can send ?
I guess the 'data' you refer to is the "datos" of your property list. Perhaps you can use the toString() method.
data = myCertGen.writeXML(myData) data = myCertGen.toString(data) put data
This might work, but it isn't clear from what you posted what sort of an object myCertGen points to.
mycergen is an own created class with function inside it.
the point is that it returns an XML object, so data is an XML object.
But I solved the problem by using a string instead of an object.
Thanks anyway for the response
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