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Pleeeeeease Guys.... If anyone has any idea - i'd appreciate sharing it.
Well I you need to authenticate before loading the Flex App, why do you need to open two tabs, couldn't you make it in the same page?
Well, you're right. I don't have to. it's convenient. that's it.
In any way, Your suggestion is also impossible. my authentication page is a separate html page. the swf does not authenticate by itself.
But your idea would work - so is it possible to make the flex builder load the debugger on an already existing IE instance ?
Well I haven't tested something like that but it should work you only have to modify the html wrapper to add the authenticate login logic and you're done.
Never seen this before, but doesn't mean it's impossible.
I'm still trying to understand what's happening, though. Seems like you are launching a Flex app in debug mode, then from that Flex app you are launching a second app, is this correct?
I first open an IE instance to authenticate in a certain way (which I'm forced to) to the server side. This is not Flex at all. It's just for secured authentication.
Without this, my Flex app will not be able to retrieve any xml's from the server.
So after I authenticate, I don't need the authentication site – only the browser's sessionId of the particular IE instance. Therefore – I must launch my Flex app in that specific IE instance – or else it just won't work.
So for my question –
How can I make Flex Builder launch an application to an already existing IE instance?
– If someone has an answer to this – the rest is easy pizzy.
Ran across this blog today and thought it might give you an avenue to explore in finding a solution to your problem. Good luck!
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Flex Debugging Hack