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Make sure the SWFLoader is parented.
Then maybe use a network monitor to see if all the bytes are coming in or
not, and/or see what events the SWFLoader is dispatching.
Kindly help me how I can make it again working
Its still not working. It was working.
Here is the code I am using.
<mx:Canvas xmlns:mx="http://www.adobe.com/2006/mxml" width="100%" height="100%"
<mx:SWFLoader id="swfloader" scaleContent="true" complete="onSWFCreation(event)" />
public var cid:String;
private function loadSWF():void
swfloader.source = "http://mydomain/component.swf";
private function onSWFCreation(e:Event):void
private function onSWFLoad(e:Event):void
Listen to the other events coming from SWFLoader, especially the progress
event. And use the network monitor as well.
Note that if you are running the main SWF from another domain than
http://mydomain, you code will be running into security issues
Thanks for you valuable response. My both applicatios are on the same domain.
I have also the progress event but after 70 to 80 % load it stops permanently.
Pease help me what should I do for this. I can not use child Application as a component because the child application I have to open standalone in some cases. It was working for a long time.
Use a network monitor to see if the bytes are coming over the net or not.