I am maintaining a large project developed in Flex/Actionscript.
The application is using tunneling (RTMPT), and we often get Netconnection "closed" events.
There is no problem with the physical network.
I think the event may be caused by either a TCP/HTTP/RTMP event, or may be caused by
some function in the client calling close() on the connection.
How can I find the root cause of the "closed" event being thrown?
there are different implementations of rtmpt for different servers.
here's the redhat implementation: http://www.joachim-bauch.de/tutorials/red5/rtmpt-protocol/
Thanks for the information. It is helpful but it seems there must be a specification of
what the client side is expecting, independent of any server implementation.
When I say client side, I mean the Adobe communication libraries.
Where is the specification or source code for how the client libraries treat HTTP tunneled requests and responses?
One question in particular: How does the client side library treat a
HTTP header setting?