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There is limitation currently in the Database Accessor and it's not working with databases that have multiple Schemas. We are working to overcome this for the next beta.
Thanks for the response, and look forward to the next release.
The different drivers that are used in the 'Database Accessor' are these Jar-files distributed with Livecycle Data Services or do we need to define the location of these jar-files ourselves depending on the database we're using?
When will this new beta-release or bug-fix be made available and which guide do I need to follow to build CRUD-screens using an Oracle DB and Flex 3 and LiveCycle Data Services?
It isn't very clear which packages/modules I need to be able to create an MVC-like application using Adobe Flex as technologie.
For the first question, the jar file you need is the JDBC connection class for your DBMS. As far as I know, only Oracle is supported at this time (and apparently only Oracle is supported at this time).
For the second question, it depends. You can use XML-RPC, Soap, or simple XML data exchange without LCDS. If you want Java RPC or JMS-style data exchange you need to use LCDS.
The solution you use depends on your needs. For a simple CRUD application, you can use Soap or XML, and you won't need LCDS. The purpose of LCDS is either to allow you to access server-side objects or use RTMP
i´m if this problem in Postgre.
Thanks for you reply but it still isn't that clear to me concerning lcds.
I have an existing Oracle schema with different tables and I would like to create CRUD-screens for these tables, which would mean that the application has to show live data which is selected from my user-defined tables.
I think I don't need JMS-style or Java RPC style data exchange, so as you mentioned I'll probably won't need LCDS.
Could you point me out to a tutorial or guide where the difference between the 2 approaches is explained.
I would like to know, depending on the customers' requirements, which API I need to create my Application.
If I only need XML (SOAP isn't necessary in this matter) could you telle where I can find more information to get started?
Also the bug concerning the Data Accessor for an Oracle DB, when will this be resolved? Is there a workaround?