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flex2 not working in IE

I am used Flex2 compiler ( thank God 32k bug is fixed ) but got to right click and play the application in internet explorer. Is there any fix for this. Please let me know , as i am soo fed up with flash and 32k. thanks in advance


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    Posted on Nov 09, 2008 at 09:55 AM


    it could be that I know the solution for your case.

    it is specific for UNIX machines, so if you're running MS windows, just validate that the below description exist on your machine.

    in the J2EE administrator, you should:

    1) access Services -> HTTP Provider

    2) press "Properties"

    3) find the "Never Compressed" property

    4) add somewhere in the middle of the very very long string there : ";*.swf;"

    for example. it should look like: *.zip;*.cs;*.rar;*.swf;*.arj 

    5) press "Update"

    6) press "Save" (the retro-diskette icon)

    I'm not sure if you need to restart the J2EE engine for that, so try to run your application now.

    if it doesn't work, restart the application.

    and if that doesn't work, well - it seems that we have a different issue in our hands.

    if it does work - please give me some points, I want a new SDN t-shirt!!!!

    Note: you wrote your question in the NW Visual Composer 7.1 forum, in the future please use the Visual Composer 7.0 forum : SAP NetWeaver Visual Composer

    Edited by: Amir Mimran on Nov 9, 2008 4:57 AM

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