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    FileSystemTree in browser?

    Hi all!

    I was wondering if there is a way of using the FileSystemTree or simular in a browser?

    Basically I want users to be able to create folders and files on the server under a root directory dedicated to them. I know this can be done using AIR but wondered if this was achievable with an online app in their browser?

    Any ideas anyone?

    Many thanks in advance all!

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    FileSystemTree is AIR only. http://help.adobe.com/en_US/FlashPla...s-summary.html

    You're looking at building a custom component that makes server-side calls to your directory structure.

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    yes that's right.

    So far i can get the server directory into a Flex tree, but it is unordered and uneditiable

    do you happen to know how to take a cfdirectory query and send it to Flex as xml to populate the tree?

    Thanks.

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    My CF is limited at best, but Flex's Data services are fairly robust and it's married very closely to CF. It may be as simple as Data -> Create Application from Database, which will create strongly-typed objects (with CRUD statements, no less) from your CF db. If not, I'm afraid I can't offer much help beyond that, unless you're able to build a WSDL web service.


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