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Rather than putting your Alert in the login function you should create a result handler in the web service and put the Alert function in that result handler.
result = "myResultHandler()" />
private function myResultHandler() : void
Alert.show(wsCAMS.UserLogIn.lastResult,"Web Service Response");
Thank you for the reply :)
Thank you for sharing your knowledge! it works like a charm! :D
i would like to ask one favor again... where can i find an online tutorial for newbies like me in flex? i am now working with the control panel of my application but im having some problems with STATES. i hope you can give me some boost with regards in learning FLEX :)
im now digging my hand in FLEX and the only way to learn is to code it... :) Thanks for giving me the boost in learning FLEX :)
Glad to have helped with the web service.
I'm a big believer in Flex as well. It appears to be an awesome platform for RIA development. As for learning, I can tell you from my experience, as I am fairly new to Flex as well ( about 6 months or so ), I learned by doing. I took on several projects at work so I had to do them. I pretty much read every book I could get my hands on. Some good some bad but mostly informative. I downloaded so many sample applications and debugged everyone of them until I understood them.
I am a developer for some 20 years now in many languages like C, C++ and Java so action script wasn't a big deal to learn nor is mxml for that matter. I suppose the big learning curve is the framework. What's available and how best to implement. Below are several urls to sites I go to on a regular basis besides this one.
If your going to develop a larg scale application you need to look at this architecture: