1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 12, 2007 10:26 AM by Newsgroup_User

    Service Scope

    Dan_Herbison
      If I call a webservice that is generated using axis2, and is set to have a scope of session, how do I force the scope to session using flex?
      Do I have to setup an destination entry in a services-config.xml file? If so, how?

      The services I have now work fine using the mx:webservice mxml construct but all the scope is forced to "request".
      I need a good example to follow.

      Help!!

      Ex:
      <mx:WebService id="ws"
      wsdl=" http://...?wsdl"
      showBusyCursor="true"
      useProxy="false"
      result="getIEventData(event)"
      >
      <mx:operation name="getDataVoiceEvents" resultFormat="xml"> ... </mx:operation>
      </ms:WebService>
        • 1. Re: Service Scope
          Level 7
          Hello Dan,

          WebService sessions should be based on cookies. So long as your server sets
          the right cookie and as long as the Flash Player keeps on sending those cookies
          with each request you should maintain your session.



          > If I call a webservice that is generated using axis2, and is set to
          > have a
          > scope of session, how do I force the scope to session using flex?
          > Do I have to setup an destination entry in a services-config.xml
          > file? If so,
          > how?
          > The services I have now work fine using the mx:webservice mxml
          > construct but
          > all the scope is forced to "request".
          > I need a good example to follow.
          > Help!!
          >
          > Ex:
          > <mx:WebService id="ws"
          > wsdl=" http://...?wsdl"
          > showBusyCursor="true"
          > useProxy="false"
          > result="getIEventData(event)"
          > <mx:operation name="getDataVoiceEvents" resultFormat="xml"> ...
          > </mx:operation>
          > </ms:WebService>