OK I have an aspx page that creates an xml document as a
string is there anyway to load this string into Flash as an XML?
Let me try to explain a little more in depth:
the Flash right now reads from a flat XML file that is
generated manually and placed on the server with the swf file.
Flash reads the file and parses the information. The porblem I have
is that I want no two user experiences to be the same so I want to
be able to generate the XML dynamically using an ASPX page. The
ASPX page generates the XML file and then passes the information
along a string. Is there anyway for Flash to get this data?
I could have the ASPX generate the XML and deposit it on the
server with the name of the XML that Flash is already looking for
but my fear is that if by some changce two people try to access the
file at the same time there might be a sharing conflict if one user
is loading the XML and the other has now activated a control to
generate a new XML.
I am kind of lost as to how to do this any input is
If you do not need to send anything to the aspx page that is
unique to the user then you should be able to use
my_xml.load('thepage.aspx'); to return a generated XML string to
parse in the my_xml.onLoad handler.