>> can i access a file on the server that does not occure in the web root of the application ?
No. The files need to be in the web root or inside sub folders in the web root.
>> what is the maximum ability of flex web services? or how many connections can connect at the same time ?
Usually depends on the web server configuration, but I would not see a problem with the default configs.
>> or is my application will be enterprise application that can be run over the enternet without problems ?
Yes, why not?
"can i access a file on the server that does not occur in the web root of the application ? "
not in a direct way, i mean they are not downloadable by the end user .
for reading a file located out side the webroot:
string myText = file.ReadToEnd();
Configure The maxconnection Attribute : http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms998562(printer).aspx
this was very helpful
You can access web services in other domains if you have a crossdomain.xml file.
Remember sub-domains are considered different domains, so mySub.myCompany.com is considered a different domain from www.myCompany.com.
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