Use the links below to download the Apache Flex® Blaze DS from one of our mirrors. You must verify the integrity of the downloaded files using signatures. Minimum major dependency versions Spring BlazeDS Integration requires to run; . See the BlazeDS documentation for more information on configuring. BlazeDS Plugin – Reference Documentation. Authors: Sebastien Arbogast, Burt Beckwith. Version: Table of Contents. 1 Introduction to the BlazeDS Plugin.

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In a development world that is moving toward convention over configuration, it seems that BlazeDS is a blast from the past. Cairngorm and Prana Framework. In your real-life development or production environment, you would typically integrate BlazeDS in your own web application on your own application server.

ArrayCollection; [Bindable] vlazeds var products: Number; public var qty: Personally, I find using a war file as a blank template a bad practice. Update products Modify the tutorial-product. This logical name is mapped to the Java class name as part of the destination configuration in remoting-config. Using a streaming channel, the server response is left open until the channel connection is closed, allowing the server to send incremental chunks of data to the client.

In other documdntation, it allows your Flex application to access a service available on a different domain than the domain from where the application was downloaded documentatiob having to deploy a crossdomain. In this example, messages are published by Flex clients. Table of contents Setting up your BlazeDS environment Building a messaging application Building a remoting application.


Select Java Project in the project dofumentation tree and click Next. Run the application Click the Run icon in the Eclipse toolbar to start the application Open the same URL in another browser window to start a second instance of the chat application Type a message in one of the chat clients and click “Send”: Ensure Use default location is selected. Using the Remoting Service, your application can directly invoke methods of Java objects deployed in your application server, and consume the return value.

As a result it does not allow you to work on the Java-based server side of your applications.

BlazeDS – Wikipedia

This section describes how to build a simple inventory management application that demonstrates the BlazeDS Remoting Service. Set up the web. You can download Eclipse at: BlazeDS tips and tricks.

Building a remoting application. In the blazeds-server project, open messaging-config. Using BlazeDS, a messaging destination typically uses either a streaming or a polling channel. In the blazeds-server project, open remoting-config. A Remoting destination exposes a Java class that your Flex application can invoke remotely.

When dropped into the Tomcat server that you will eventually deploy to, the BlazeDS console will automagically discover your BlazeDS configuration and provide various monitoring statistics. Java objects returned by server-side methods are deserialized into either dynamic or typed ActionScript objects.

Getting started with BlazeDS

Start Tomcat to explode the ds-console. The SWF should start and you should see a tabbed monitoring console, similar to the screen shot below: In either case, each poll response completes the request.


To define the simple chat destination for this application: Install Eclipse and the Flex Builder 3 plug-in Note: To make the application more robust and better partitioned, modify the code as follows:. You cannot use the Flex Builder standalone configuration because it is built on top of a minimal version of Eclipse that does not include the Java development environment. AsyncMessage; private function send: A second transient connection, drawn from the browser pool, is needed only when data is sent to the server.

One of the WAR files, ds-console. Create a Java project You will need a Java project to work on the server side of the applications built in this tutorial. Hopefully in future iterations, we’ll see the BlazeDS folks use more Java annotations to configure some of this stuff. Select Web Application as the application type.

Add a destination called tutorial-product defined as follows: Because you will work on both the client side and the server side of the applications built in this tutorial, you need to use Flex Builder plug-in configuration and install Flex Builder 3 on top of Eclipse. Sometimes, you may want to work with strongly typed objects.

The destination id is a logical name that your Flex application uses to refer to the remote class, which eliminates the need to hardcode a reference to the fully qualified Java class name.