daccattato at gmail.com
Thu Apr 17 12:36:39 PDT 2008
Have you debugged a flex app with the new player? If so, does it also debug
the policy info?
On Thu, Apr 17, 2008 at 3:27 PM, Daniel Rossi <spam at electroteque.org> wrote:
> Sorry this is taking it way OT now. How is it then possible to debug the
> player just in case routes get lost initially to load the policy files. Is
> there changes to the events in netconnection that have to be updated ? If
> there isn't , debugging is going to be a PIA if there is issues down the
> line i reckon ?
> On 18/04/2008, at 5:12 AM, Mondain wrote:
> To quote adobe:
> With the introduction<http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flashplayer/articles/flash_player9_security_update.html>of Adobe Flash Player 9,0,124,0, Flash Player will not make a socket
> connection directly to a server without first obtaining explicit permission
> from that server. This will require some systems and networks to open up
> ports or run new services in order to support granting permission.
> Because this behavior will be new to system and network administrators,
> this article provides a brief background on why this process is necessary
> and what they will see on their networks. In addition, this article includes
> an overview of sample code that Adobe is providing for creating socket
> policy file servers in testing environments.
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Dominick Accattato, CTO
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