2 Replies Latest reply on May 30, 2006 8:55 AM by ntsiii

    flex and server side language

    ezderman
      I wonder if Flex can integrate with MsSql through a server side language such ASP or ASP.net. If it does, can someone provide a link that explain how it is beeing done.

      Thanks
        • 1. Re: flex and server side language
          poonamsheth
          yes flex can be very surely integrated with mysql,,,
          here is the link which help me damm sure.

          there are people who worked out with it,, so u would also get perfect results

          The application allows you to remotely manage a MySql database. You can:

          * Look at a graphical representation of the database (figure 1)
          * Execute any type of DML and DDL statement (figure 2)
          * Examine the definition of each table (figure 3)
          * Quickly access the data in each table

          To install:

          1. Download sqladmin15.zip
          2. Unzip it in the context root of your web application
          3. Edit sqladmin.properties in WEB-INF\classes and specify the appropriate driver and url to connect to your database
          4. Edit flex-config.xml in WEB-INF\flex and define a named service in the <remote-objects> whitelist as follows:


          link is :

          http://coenraets.com/viewarticle.jsp?articleId=88
          • 2. Re: flex and server side language
            ntsiii Level 3
            I haven't looked at Christophe's example, but yes either classic asp or asp.net can serve well as an integration tier.

            I have a complete example that uses flex 1.5, HTTPService,classic ASP, SQLServer, and the Northwind database. Send me your email address if you are interested.

            I also plan to update that example to Flex 2.0 and ASP.NET, but don't hold your breath.

            Tracy