Thanks jbf00 for your info, I'm doing this almost 4 days and no solution in sight. The only thing that I come a bit further is that the first check on the login credentials goes well (authorization check) but the next RemoteObject request get's a new session. The current situation is:
-> login via PHP / Zend Framework
-> redirect to an html site with Flex content
-> request Authorization confirmation via RemoteObject goes well ( with authorization test )
-> request Data via RemoteObject fails on authorization test
according to the Network Monitor I can see that the last request gets a new session_id and I don't do any session_regeneration
I did installed a new debian server to test the issue on Linux based system as well, but had no effect so, even the last working example has been recompiled with Windows FB4 instead of the Mac one.
the only things I can think of is that the Windows version of the FalshBuilder 4 (trial) doesn't work well somehow
If anybody has some other suggestions I will cover that as well.
PS: As I mentioned I did the followings:
-> instead of using the localhost entry I do use now a VirtualHost now ( .htaccess change for the MessageBroker controller :: ZendAMF
I was completely wrong, I had a minor bug in the Authorization confirmation method, but the problem still remains so after login and redirection the first request has a wrong session_id
I don't know much about PHP,I use ColdFusion with application.cfc and works fine.
Take a look this:
I got back my setting to default and played around all the web server, php, flex settings. Finally at some point I got a 500 status error ( no error.log entry ) which lead me to look for my .htaccess file. I assume this 500 error happened earlier as well just didn't realized it. Trying to reach the MessageBroker service ( which get you back a default application/amf response ) kinda' ping if the AMF service is still functional. So changed my .htaccess site to whatever I thought, the original documentation was misleading so it took me more time than ever. Finally I got it and I was extremely happy with that.
so my honest thanks on you taking care of my problem and I wish you Mary Christmas
I am glad that you figure this out.