1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 12, 2011 8:45 AM by Michael Thornburgh

    Does the Adobe Labs Cirrus Server support Shared Objects?

    canatividad

      Does anyone know if the free cirrus service adobe labs provides support remote shared objects?

      Im trying to use a remote shared object to communicate NearID's between instances of my flash app.

      The sync event does not trigger after setting a property on the shared object, no errors are raised either.

       

      function initialize():void{

      try{

           SO = SharedObject.getRemote("identifiers", NetConnection.uri, false);

      }

      catch (error:Error){

           status_textbox.text = error.toString();

      }

       

           SO.addEventListener(SyncEvent.SYNC, syncUpdateHandler);

           SO.addEventListener(NetStatusEvent.NET_STATUS, netConnectionHandler);

           SO.connect(NC);

       

           SO.setProperty("nearid", NC.nearID);

      }

       

      function syncUpdateHandler(event:SyncEvent):void{

           status_textbox.text = "Sybc Trigerred";

      }

       

      The help is much appreciated, thanks in advance.

        • 1. Re: Does the Adobe Labs Cirrus Server support Shared Objects?
          Michael Thornburgh Adobe Employee

          the codename Cirrus service does not support shared objects. Cirrus is not FMS.

           

          the *only* things Cirrus does are: accept RTMFP connections from clients, P2P lookup/introduction by peerID, group bootstrap (via a group's "server channel" if enabled), and a short message relay function.

           

          things Cirrus does not do: record streams, stream video on demand, relay streams client-server between connected clients, shared objects, server-side scripts, or any other function FMS performs.