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Hi - Thanks for your help anirudhs. I am following Duane's instructions but - because Live Cycle and jboss have both put out updates since they were written, am unsure. To begin with, I downloaded Live Cycle AIX 2.6 and jboss 4.2.3, as opposed to the versions he had recommended - and there are some differences. Following his instructions, I have got as far as: 7 & 8:
7. From the same location, copy <lcds_install_root>/resources/security/tomcat/context.xml to your JBoss under the WEB-INF directory or adjust an existing context.xml to add the <valve>. You’ll have to open the context.xml files to compare them. Copying works best if you have a fresh install of JBoss.
8. Expand your <lcds_install_directory> and copy the following files:
flex-admin.war flex.war samples.war
But am not sure how I should adjust the context.xml? Do I merely add the path to the path manager and enable it? Or write a specific set of context tags? ( Or should I create a fresh file in the WEB-INF directory...?
Also I cannot find the files specified in 8. In the install_directory there is lcds samples.war, lcds.war and ds_console.war. Are these equivalents?
Tried adding flex.messaging.security.TomcatValve to the path manager - and the lcds.war files to deploy but no go - Jboss runs but no sign of LCDS.
Since you've gotten this far, it may be more fruitful for you to post the current problem at http://www.adobeforums.com/webx/.3bc4344d/ (Livecycle DS forums). Those guys will be able to help you out. (Sadly, our experiences with LCDS are all on Windows).
Hey - I am looking at this and will try and update this for LC DS 2.6 in the next few days. I have to travel to a customer visit tomorrow - Thursday. It should be possible.
Did you get a moment to have a look? And did you have any luck? Sorry to hound you, but I'm keen to keep learning the full Flex set-up before I begin forgetting what I learned so far...
I'm not sure which remote database set up would work best for me - I think that in the end I might use Blaze with some open source add-ons - which I believe approximates the Live Cycle environment. But maybe AMFPHP would suffice... I don't really know how to compare one set up with another and assess their advantages/disadvantages.
Good insights. You should be working for them.