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I believe domainMemory is a straight ByteArray. so if you use writeObject it will store the object in AMF which means keeping the type information.
Unfortunately I'm not trying to write an existing object into domain memory, but the entire class (method bodies/bytecode and all). I'm currently limited to creating the dynamic SWF in memory and using Loader.loadBytes, which is asynchronous.
I guess what I was after is whether the type table is kept in domainMemory, or whether that memory is not directly accessible.
I don't believe it's accessible :-(
Oh well, thanks anyway!