just a quick question referencing a couple of lines from the
Flex 3 Help.
the following quote:
"Standard RSLs are stored in the
I was under the impression that RSL were to be stored in a
Flash player cache, were they would be safe from Browser 'clear
cache functions'. Is this not the case. Is it, as the document
states, stored in the standard browser cache?
Here is an exerpt from the Using the framework RSLs...
About the Player cache
The Player cache stores signed RSLs, such as the framework
RSLs. You can manage the settings of the Player cache with the
Settings Manager. The use of the RSLs in the Player cache is
secure; no third party can inject code that will be executed. Only
Adobe can sign RSLs; therefore, only Adobe RSLs can be stored in
the Player cache.
So "signed" RSL's are allowed in the Player Cache, and only
Adobe can create "signed" RSL's. The standard RSL's are what you
the developer create, and deploy. These are kind'a like what dll's
do for windows, they allow dynamically linked code (runtime
linking) to be shared amongst applications. It's pretty
sophisticated and gives me a little "tingle" when I think about
where we can take the web with this technology. Also, the user can
limit what signed RSL's are stored in the ActiveX (Player/Plugin)
by right clicking on the player and setting the limits (
Hope this helps, I'm trying to understand more about RSL's
myself, to get past a little error I'm experiencing, and I ran
across your post.