The PHP exception code doesn't seem to get mapped into a
FaultEvent...only the exception *message* seems to be available in
a FaultEvent. I was hoping to use an exception code in a FaultEvent
to drive logic in Flex (i.e if code == 100, then x, if code == 200,
then y, etc).
Am I correct in assuming that the PHP exception code does not
get mapped into a FaultEvent? If so, how are other people using
FaultEvents to drive logic decisions in Flex?
One idea I had was to use a serialized object as the PHP
exception message, and unserialize the resulting
FaultEvent->faultDetail message in Flex. This method works OK,
but I was hoping for a more elegant solution.
AMF3 PHP Server Objects to Flex Client Object Relational
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Adobe - Developer Center : Using Flex 2 RemoteObject and
After SabreAMF maps the PHP objects in the return array to
com.renaun.samples.vo.UserVO , the application on the Flex side
deserializes this return array