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This error indicates that none of the RSLs contain the Application class. Check the link-reports of the RSLs that you are loading. If you are using Flex 3.2 or later, use the cached framework SWZ RSLs
Flex SDK Developer
Adobe Systems Inc.
I try to use the cached framework SWZ RSLs..
I add this line to my build.xml script :
<runtime-shared-libraries url="framework_220.127.116.1158.swf" />
I also add 'framework_18.104.22.16858.swf' and 'framework_22.214.171.12458.swz' files to my Tomcat folder, but it still throws the same error.
Did I do it correctly?
Is there guides to use the cached framework SWZ RSLs within Tomcat?
Thanks in advance ..
Thx Alex for your help and quick reply, I think I have found the problem in my project. Actually we are using swfobject in our index.jsp to call my .swf file.
We are using parameter when we called our .swf from Tomcat :
It's working in Flex2, but when we're using Flex3 it caused "VerifyError: Error #1014: Class mx.core::Application could not be found". My colleage said this is URLEncode problem and I have to replace '/' with '%2F' and ':' with '%3A'. So we have to use syntax like :
The strange thing is, why it's working in Flex2.. Thanks again for your help