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By default, Flex 4 apps try to using libraries stored on the Adobe site.
You can configure your app to use copies of the libraries stored on your
intranet, or statically link all libraries. See the "merged into code"
option in the project properties.
your app may be trying to access the internet to download the RSL files (the default location is an adobe url) - try copying the RSL (.swz) files from the bin-debug/release folder to the same intranet folder as your swf and see if that fixes it
My understanding of "merged into code" option is that all the necessary library files will be merged into the single project.swf file.
Is my understanding correct?
I tried "merged into code" option and still I get the 2032 error. Could you please suggest me a workaround.
Is there other information associated with the error?
That looks like it is trying to load RSLs still. Make sure you've set the
merged-into-code option correctly, re-built and deployed the right SWF.
I have the "merged into code" option set. But still I am facing this issue.
I am using Ant script to build the project. May be that is why the "merge into code" is not having an effect.
Do you think that is the problem?
If yes, please let me know how do I change my Ant script so that it merges all the library files into the swf.
Should be the -static-rsls compiler option
Please provide more information on static rsls.
Is it an option on the project properties --> Flex Build Path?