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    • Flex and Java Integration Adobe Flex Meet August09 Ravi Sharma
    • Flex and Java
      • Java technology can be used to create both client- and server-side applications.
      • While the server-side implementation is widely accepted, the browser-based client-side applications have been less successful because the file sizes are large and the installation is bulky.
      • Flex is a great solution for Java developers because it enables them to utilize the power of Java servers while creating expressive and interactive interfaces.
    • Application Flow
    • Different techniques for accessing existing web application.
      • HttpServices
      • WebServices
      • RemoteObject
    • Additional Techniques
      • Direct socket connections:
      • Flex client can also open a direct socket connection to network services. This is an important tool mainly for streaming media-type applications.
      • RTMP(Real Time Messaging Protocol) is primarily used to stream data, audio, and video over the Internet to Flash Player. RTMP maintains a persistent connection with an endpoint and allows real-time communication.
    • Technology for integration BlazeDS LCDS WebORB AMFPhp
    • BlazeDS Overview
      • BlazeDS provides a set of services that lets you connect a client-side application to server-side data, and pass data
      • among multiple clients connected to the server.BlazeDS implements real-time messaging between clients.
      • A BlazeDS application consists of two parts: a client-side application and a server-side J2EE web application.
    • The client-side application
      • A BlazeDS client application is typically an Adobe Flex application.
      • Flex applications use Flex components to communicate with the BlazeDS server, including the RemoteObject, HTTPService, WebService, Producer, and Consumer components.
      • All these components are part of the Flex Software Development Kit (SDK).
    • The BlazeDS server
      • The BlazeDS server runs in a J2EE application server.
      • Configure an existing J2EE web application to support BlazeDS:-
      • Add the BlazeDS JAR files and dependent JAR files to the WEB-INF/lib directory.
      • Edit the BlazeDS configuration files in the WEB-INF/flex directory.
      • Define MessageBrokerServlet in WEB-INF/web.xml.
    • Key Services of BlazeDS
      • The Remoting Service allows our Flex application to directly invoke methods of Java object deployed in our application server.
      • The Message Service provides a publish/subscribe infrastructure that allows our Flex application to publish messages and subscribe to a messaging destination. That enabling the development of real-time data push and collaborative application.
    • Contd…
      • The Proxy Services allows our Flex application to make cross-domain service requests in a secure manner. It allows our Flex application to access a services available on a different domain.
      • Without having to deploy a crossdomain policy file on the target domain.
      • Now
      • Take a look of
      • Demo Application
    • Config file setting
      • Finally, you must add the class destination in WEB-INF/flex/remoting-config.xml,
      • <destination id=&quot;myJavaClass&quot; >         <properties>                 <source>MyRPC</source>                 <scope>application</scope>         </properties> </destination>
    • Description of Config
      • The destination id attribute is referenced when you invoke the class from Flex.
      • The <source> node points to the fully qualified name of the Java class. i.e. packageName.className
      • The <scope> node determines when the Java class will be instantiated,
        • Application means the class will be instantiated once during servlet initialization.
        • Session means the class is instantiated for each user session.
        • Request resets the class for each invocation.
    • Client Side Coding
      • <mx:RemoteObject
      • id=&quot;myService&quot;
      • destination=&quot;myJavaClass&quot;>
      • <mx:Button
      • click=&quot;myService.sayHello()&quot; />
      • <mx:Label text=&quot;{myService.sayHello.lastResult}&quot;
      • />
      • QA Session
      • N
      • Thanks