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Try calling registerClassAlias("java.util.Timestamp", Date) on the flex side before sending AMF data.
Finally got to try that out but I don't understand how this is supposed to work. Do I just insert it anywhere ie a delegate class
public function Delegate( responder : IResponder )
this.responder = responder;
this.service = ServiceLocator.getInstance().getRemoteObject( "bla");
public function saveTime() : void
var startTime:Date = new Date();
token = service.saveDate(startTime)
That should work. All you need to do is call it once before the first call to the remote object. You can do it when the creationComplete event of your application fires or just about anywhere really.
Basically that call tells Flex that the remote type of the Date class of Flex is java.util.Timestamp.
Thanks for your help. Still didn't work but that's perhaps because i'm using Weborb and I thought it would be the same.