This is very weird, i have been working with Flex+Java for
quite a while and it is the first time that this happens to me. I
have an AS object which i am sending to a Java Assembler to insert,
update or delete. When inserting it works fine but when i try to
update or delete it, it throws a ClassCastException because the
object's class is
flex.messaging.io.ManagedObjectProxy why is this?
I tried other application where i am doing the same thing but
using a different AS class and it works fine, if i check the
object's class in the Java Assembler it is the right one, it isn't
So why is this? I am doing the same thing with 2 different
classes, on one Flex is sending ManagedProxies to Java and in the
other one not.
Like i said i have done this a thousand times and this is the
first time i am getting this problem, the flex code is the same
one, the only thing that changes is the AS class that i am using.