I have a webApp created in Adobe LiveCycle Forms Designer 8.2 (outputting a Flash SWF) that no longer allows successful submission of form data (XML) to a java servlet in Chrome 34, there have been no issues in previous versions of Chrome or any other browser.
Adobe LiveCycle submission code is pretty much hidden from me within the compiled form (Flash swf) output from the IDE (formsIVS). What I do know about how it works is that it requires an Adobe Flex (3.0) wrapper container in order to function and the submission target url (java servlet) utilises a flash.net.URLLoader. On submission, however the java servlet is not being resolved and the form simply hangs.
I suspect the Chrome 34 sandboxing of Adobe Flash plug-in has changed from the previous version of chrome but this is impossible for me to prove.
Any assistance you could offer would be appreciated.