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OK.. thank you so much! :)
I started downloading the samples from this site but I still don't know how to install a war file into my server!!
How do I do it!???
Thank you :)
But that was my problem.. I did'nt now how to deply a WAR file cause I'm new on server-side of Flex. I found some articles about how to deploy that into JRun. If anybody knows something that can help me.. please say! :)
If you're new to the server-side, it's probably best to install FDS using the Integrated JRun option. Then you don't have to worry about WAR deployment.
Once you've done that, start the JRun server, open a browser to http://localhost:8700/samples/index.htm, and poke around the MXML, ActionScript, and Java files.
Then, read the first 5 chapters of Getting Started with Flex 2 and the Data Access and Interconnectivity chapters of the Flex 2 Developer's Guide.
That should get you going.
Originally posted by: jrunrandy
best to install FDS using the Integrated JRun option. Then you don't have to worry about WAR deployment.
Thanks, I'm considering all your tips
But what do you mean by that???
I got a WAR file from the URL the other guy sent to me and just placed it into my JRun folder along with the other WARs that come up with this software and tried to access this by typing it in the browser and it didnt work, although the other original WARs worked fine. There might be some configuration required for that...
OK. Just to confirm:
* You downloaded the war file from coenrats.org.
* You expanded the compressed war file into the fds_root/jrun4/servers/default directory, as described in the FDS J2EE deployment instructions.
* You started the JRun default server by opening a command window to fds_root/jrun4/bin and typing jrun start default
* You opened a browser to http://localhost:8700/testdrive/index.htm
What error are you getting when you open the index.htm file?
Hum.. actually I didnt read FDS J2EE deployment instructions, I got several things to read so I just run my eyes over it and end up missing things. It works fine now. Thanks, sorry to bother you.