5 Replies Latest reply on Aug 1, 2006 5:52 PM by cheftimo

    Unable to open my website.

    stickFlex Level 1
      Hi,
      Can anyone tell me why am facing problem in opening my website http://www.xlysi.com eventhough i have flash player 9. I developed this site with flex.

      thank you

      sun
        • 1. Unable to open my website.
          inlineblue Level 1
          Works fine for me. My browser is running Flash Player 9,0,16,0.
          • 2. Re: Unable to open my website.
            stickFlex Level 1
            hi inlineblue,
            yeah, website works fine only for the flash players 9.0 and later versions. But i don't think everybody have there flash player upgraded to the latest version. And these days all the browsers have popup blockers to show the warning.
            This is making me to shift back to html.

            thanks for your reply

            sun
            • 3. Re: Unable to open my website.
              stickFlex Level 1
              any work arounds before switching to html.
              sun
              • 4. Re: Unable to open my website.
                inlineblue Level 1
                Flex 2 apps must be viewed using Flash Player 9. There's no workaround.
                • 5. Re: Unable to open my website.
                  cheftimo Level 2
                  I have had the same or similar problem, in my case with ColdFusion projects. I have uploaded several sample projects to my shared hosting web server; all the projects that do not use a server run fine, buit I have never been able to make the CF projects run. I have posted about this two or three times, but nobody ever answered.

                  Maybe our question was too stupid to deserve an answer from busy people. I never thought of this, but today I got an email from my Hosting provider. Quoting part of that message:

                  “We will be performing a ColdFusion upgrade to CFMX 7.02 on the
                  server where your account(s), timo, mochica, is/are hosted. We have
                  scheduled the upgrade to take place between 3:00 AM EDT and 6:00 AM
                  EDT on Saturday, August 5th, 2006.

                  We do not anticipate more than 15 minutes of downtime once the
                  maintenance begins .....”

                  Also, I found that the projects that do run require all those files that are generated when FB builds the project, so I have been uploading the entire output folder (usually, but not always, ‘bin’).

                  I’m hoping I won’t have any more problems after Saturday.

                  Peace,

                  Carlos