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Subject: Re: FLASH: Flash Functionality Verification
From: John Andrew Morrison
Date: Fri, 30 Jun 2000 17:20:53 +0100

Thanks for the thought Mike,

It's not just data I'm interested in. A useful example of this
functionality is an application which uses Perl on a Unix
server to do some text processing and ASP on an NT server
to do SQL Server interaction, all from within the same
Flash movie and without reloading. Another use I see is
to dynamically set the URL to call in order to route the
request based on load. This would allow you to maintain
responsiveness across several inexpensive hosts.

John Andrew Morrison

Mike Weiland wrote:

> Not sure if this would work, but why not build your ASP page to first
> retrieve the data from the outside domain and then return the values to
> flash?
> Mike Weiland

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  RE: FLASH: Flash Functionality Verificat, Brad Merritt
  Re: FLASH: Flash Functionality Verificat, John Andrew Morrison
  Re: FLASH: Flash Functionality Verificat, Mike Weiland

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