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  • peja
    started a topic Package AIR application

    Package AIR application

    I am trying to package my AIR application but the applicationContext.xml and applicationContext.properties are obviously not found at runtime. For a test I copied them manually next to the main SWF in the exploded AIR application folder (OS-X):

    <MyApp.app>/Contents/Resources/MyApp.swf
    <MyApp.app>/Contents/Resources/applicationContext.xml
    <MyApp.app>/Contents/Resources/applicationContext.properties

    This is the structure that works as a web application. Any hints?

    Thanks,
    Peter

  • 666shooter
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    hmmm, sorry...

    Hey Peter,

    I'm sorry but PureMVC is not one of my areas of expertise, I've worked solely with Cairngorm up til now. So I hope somebody else on the forum can shed some light on this, I'm afraid I won't be of much use...

    good luck,

    Roland

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  • peja
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    Thanks for the hints. I tried using addEmbeddedConfig() as suggested but with the PureMVC extensions it does not work:
    Code:
    <mx:WindowedApplication applicationComplete="init()">
    
    [Embed(source="applicationContextAIR.xml", mimeType="application/octet-stream")]
    private var embeddedConfig:Class;
    private var applicationContext:XMLApplicationContext = new FlexXMLApplicationContext();
    
    private function init():void {
    	applicationContext.addEmbeddedConfig(embeddedConfig);
    	applicationContext.addEventListener(Event.COMPLETE, startupApp);
    	applicationContext.load();
    }
    
    private function startupApp(e:Event):void {
    	applicationContext.removeEventListener(Event.COMPLETE, startupApp);
    
    	// Initialize PureMVC
    	applicationFacade = ApplicationFacade.getInstance(applicationContext);
    	applicationFacade.initializeIocContainer();
    
        ....
    
    </mx:WindowedApplication>
    The applicationFacade is null - even though it allows passing either a String pointing to a URL or directly an XML object. Trying to find out what's going on in AppliationFacade.

    Peter

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  • 666shooter
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    add an embedded config

    Yep, checked the sources, Spring AS uses an URLLoader, so the local filesystem can't be reached by that.

    There's also a method called addEmbeddedConfig() that let's you add a configuration that is embedded into your application. For now that seems to be the best option for you.

    cheers,

    Roland

    P.S.
    Here's a forum entry on the old Prana forum that explains how:
    http://prana.herrodius.com/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=50
    Last edited by 666shooter; Dec 21st, 2008, 08:49 AM. Reason: added URL

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  • 666shooter
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    not sure

    I think Spring AS uses an URLLoader to retrieve the configuration file. I'm not sure if this is also suitable for a file that lives on the local filesystem, I'm pretty sure its not. I'm not sure if Spring AS has that possibility yet, you'd have to consult the ASDocs a little I guess.
    I'll have a look and see if i can find something...

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