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If that "part" is a swf you can out it online. You update it on the site and it gets updated on all the clients.
Is that what you mean?
Thanks for response :)
"Part" means it can be updated XML file or a updated CSS file which is on server ...
Could you just store the new file in applicationStorageDirectory or somewhere? Or you need to figure out when you need to update the file?
Hi Ted ,
Yes we will store this file in package . This application working 100% offline if user not connected with server.
But if he is connected with server application should check for "any updated file" like image, xml, css etc updated on server and it will download to client system.
When you package the file in the AIR file, the file will be installed in the application directory. You normally can not update the file in the application directory (unless you update the whole application.)
But you can copy the file to applicationStorageDirectory and use the file from there.
When there is an update, you can update the file in applicationStorageDirectory.
Thnaks tzeng :)
Yes you are right ...
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