5 Replies Latest reply on Aug 22, 2007 8:40 PM by Newsgroup_User

    Flex in webserver

    Level 7
      Hi All,
      I'm ready to put my flex 2.0.1 app for production.
      What do I need to install in my windows 2003 webserver to run my flex app?
      In my web server I have also coldfusion 7 installed and I'm using IIS 6.
      Tks

      JFB


        • 1. Re: Flex in webserver
          Level 7
          http://labs.adobe.com/wiki/index.php/Flex_Module_for_Apache_and_IIS

          I found this article and looks like pretty easy install. Now what files do I
          need to copy from my flex app to the webserver?
          Don't need to debug or test, just to run my flex app.
          Please help
          Rgds

          JFB


          "JFB" <help@jfb.com> wrote in message
          news:fafhi7$nkm$1@forums.macromedia.com...
          > Hi All,
          > I'm ready to put my flex 2.0.1 app for production.
          > What do I need to install in my windows 2003 webserver to run my flex app?
          > In my web server I have also coldfusion 7 installed and I'm using IIS 6.
          > Tks
          >
          > JFB
          >
          >


          • 2. Re: Flex in webserver
            kcell Level 2
            Hi JFB ,

            never worked with the module, but as mentioned in the article I assume you need your mxml on the webserver and call it from the browser. ( read ...To verify that the compiler module was installed )

            best regards,
            kcell
            • 3. Re: Flex in webserver
              Level 7
              I figure that I don't need this module on my webserver, only if I need to
              compile the mxml on the server but I'm doing all in my development laptop so
              I don't need it.
              Just copy my bin folder into the webserver and create a new website(
              configure all in IIS 6) and everything works.
              Thanks for you reply

              JFB



              "kcell" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
              news:fagqj6$90a$1@forums.macromedia.com...
              > Hi JFB ,
              >
              > never worked with the module, but as mentioned in the article I assume you
              > need your mxml on the webserver and call it from the browser. ( read ...To
              > verify that the compiler module was installed )
              >
              > best regards,
              > kcell
              >


              • 4. Re: Flex in webserver
                ntsiii Level 3
                You need everything in the compiler output folder, the default is "bin" with Flexbuilder.

                It includes the app.html file, one or more .js files depending on whether you are using history or version detection, your main .swf file, and any non-embedded assets.

                Flex Builder takes care of all this for you, just copy the contents of the bin folder.

                Tracy
                • 5. Re: Flex in webserver
                  Level 7
                  That's what I did ... Tks Tracy

                  "ntsiii" <tspratt@lariatinc.com> wrote in message
                  news:faiv3f$mmh$1@forums.macromedia.com...
                  > You need everything in the compiler output folder, the default is "bin"
                  > with
                  > Flexbuilder.
                  >
                  > It includes the app.html file, one or more .js files depending on whether
                  > you
                  > are using history or version detection, your main .swf file, and any
                  > non-embedded assets.
                  >
                  > Flex Builder takes care of all this for you, just copy the contents of the
                  > bin
                  > folder.
                  >
                  > Tracy
                  >