[Red5] Scope and IServiceCapableConnection
austink at scientology.net
Fri Sep 8 15:55:13 EDT 2006
The major debug on getting red5 up and running was doing
Robert Taylor's videos. They made all the difference actually. I'd
been dealing with path problems and this and that, but really
it was just the howto and getting the eclipse environment set
up with red5.
That clears it up pretty much, right now I'm just using
a single scope through my original context which is my service.
So essentially you can make multiple scopes like different sub
services? Is there a practical example with this?
I guess my train of thought is you connect to one context
path and then you're done and then this handles the rest.
I'm essentially not using a Scope right now because all I do
is connect through the Context. But there must be a default
scope for even the context?
myapp is the Context path, but it still has a scope associated with it.
How does this work?
---------- Original Message -----------
From: "Dominick Accattato" <daccattato at gmail.com>
To: Red5 at osflash.org
Sent: Fri, 8 Sep 2006 15:22:26 -0400
Subject: Re: [Red5] Scope and IServiceCapableConnection
> Good to see you working through your problems.
> Yes, Scope's Context's can get awful confusing. I'm sure many of us will explain it differently. But heres my take.
> so for instance, the application is your context
> and scope is your room
> and IScope is an interface that you can deal with. Basic scope is transparent through polymorphism. When your dealing with IScope you could be dealing with a Basic scope without even knowing.
> On 9/8/06, Austin Kottke <austink at scientology.net> wrote:
> Two questions:
> 1. Is there any documentation on scope and context path. I notice
> there are many interfaces, IScope, IBasicScope but never a clear
> definition of what Scope is in the framework of what the interface
> means. I realize that maybe this has transposed
> from the java world, but if there is a basic explanation of Scopes
> and what they mean with the red5 server api this would be great.
> Also, the same is with Contexts. What definition is being used here,
> I realize that the java docs are not complete yet, but they are limited
> in their explanations of this.
> 2. I am doing a push onto the server with IServiceCapableConnection
> which works great for basic types. I'm curious if this was meant for pushing
> full on Value Objects and any other type of class down to flash.
> Are there any limitations I need to be aware of when interposing objects?
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