[Arp] ARP via ASP
Davies, Grant M.
grant.davies at nscorp.com
Tue Mar 14 13:24:50 PST 2006
I also using fluorine with .net and arp, 2nd project, it works very well.
Its very easy to get up and running, and Zoli suppots its very well and
responds to emails quickly...
One issue I've found is when flash sends a Date object to a server it
include the timezone, when it get its back it throws it away, this wreaks
havoc on my application right now and Zoli came up with a fix within a day!
From: Arp-bounces at ariaware.com [mailto:Arp-bounces at ariaware.com] On Behalf
Sent: Tuesday, March 14, 2006 3:39 PM
To: General List for Ariaware RIA Platform users and developers
Subject: Re: [Arp] ARP via ASP
Suggestion, nothing definitive. When doing a LoadVar's post to your ASP
page, you can utilize this either in your Delegate, or wrap it in a service
and have your LoadVar's onLoad and/or onData generate onResult/onStatus
events with ResultEvent/StatusEvent's as the paramterers. While some may
say this is shoehorning LoadVars into the Remoting model, I'd disagree. To
me, something worked or it didn't, and abstracting this out to a helper
class, and keeping the same Command > Delegate model.
Additionally, your helper class can implement a form of FrontController
where Delegate's making a call to the server can have all of the LoadVar's
building abstracted away. So, if I would do:
It does all of the:
my_lv.cmd = "getUsers";
So ASP can read:
if Responder.request("cmd") == "getUsers"
' do get users code
As well as the responses. That way, if you ever were to move to PHP, you
just drop your LoadVars class, and your Delegates could not change at all or
midly so. Depends on how well you do your database design.
My 2 cents.
----- Original Message -----
From: Stephen Hueners <mailto:steve at ttstrain.com>
To: 'General List for Ariaware RIA Platform users and
<mailto:Arp at ariaware.com> developers'
Sent: Tuesday, March 14, 2006 3:27 PM
Subject: [Arp] ARP via ASP
I'd like to begin using ARP but won't be able to get permission to deploy
Tomcat on our production (IIS6) server and haven't used PHP before. Both
included samples rely on Tomcat/AMFPHP. Anyone have anything to share
showing ASP or .NET as the middleware?
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