You want to establish a connection to the Flash Remoting gateway on your chosen server.
Pass the URL of the Flash Remoting gateway to
Alternatively, set a default gateway URL using
NetServices.setDefaultGatewayURL( ). As an
optional, additional step, specify the gateway URL in the
FlashVars attribute within the HTML page in which
the Flash movie is embedded (when applicable).
A Flash movie accesses Flash Remoting functionality on a sever via a
connection object that communicates via a
connection object is obtained by
gateway is simply specified as a URL to the
Within ActionScript, you have two options for setting the Flash
Remoting gateway URL that a connection object uses. The exact URL
varies depending on the location of your remote application and the
server model in use, as described in Recipe 20.2, Recipe 20.3,
Recipe 20.4, and Recipe 20.5. The most direct route is to specify
the URL as a parameter when you invoke the
NetServices.createGatewayConnection( ) method.
#include "NetServices.as" myConnection = NetServices.createGatewayConnection("http://localhost/flashservices/gateway/");
There is technically nothing wrong with this direct approach.
However, a better, more flexible approach is to set a default gateway
NetServices.setDefaultGatewayURL( ) and not specify ...