basicaly I want to make sure every subsequent request cancel
out any existing request currently running .looks like that
concurrency property will do just that, but I cant seem to find
where I can set that
Can you just check if you are using
mx.rpc.remoting.mxml.RemoteObject and not
mx.rpc.remoting.RemoteObject. Cause the mx.rpc.RemoteObject does
not support concurrency property.
Hope this helps.
exactly thats my problem it seems that actionScript
RemoteObject does not support conccurency property, and my question
is, why? is there a particular reason for it ? I thought everything
that you can do with mxml can be also done throught