Last updated June 25, 2007. Created on June 25, 2007.
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This screencast builds off of "Screencast 2 - Flex Recipe Application". It is a detailed walk through of how to use amfphp to connect Flex and Drupal and specifically addresses the issue of using the node.delete service in Flex.

http://www.flex.org/screencast/nodeDelete.htm

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tizzo’s picture

Does this screencast exist elsewhere? This link is broken. A quick google search for other locations yielded no results.

chrism2671’s picture

I couldn't connect to this either. Does anybody have it saved? We can put it on YouTube or something.

frankcarey’s picture

Same link here but there is a zip file that may have a the actual code.

http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/communityengine/index.cfm?event=showdetails...

Frank Carey
Drupal Web Development

Frank Carey

taverpa’s picture

Hello,

I just saw that for a module "Block Theme" the developper used Screencast.

1/Where can it be correctly downloaded?

2/ Is it to be installed like a normal module. Can you give some explanations.

Thanks in advance.

Best regards

tinem’s picture

I'm very interested in this subject and have watch Screencast 1 and 2 but why has 3 been deleted, please?

databoy’s picture

I think the screencast may have been deleted due to the definition of a better solution at http://cookbooks.adobe.com/index.cfm?event=showdetails&postId=4981 as mentioned above.

In addition to the source code, commenter Radu offers a way to achieve the same results:

node.getOperation("delete").send(data.nid);

And reecex adds listeners:

private var operation:AbstractOperation = AbstractOperation(node.getOperation("delete"))  
  operation.addEventListener(FaultEvent.FAULT, nodeDeleteFault);
  operation.addEventListener(FaultEvent.FAULT, nodeDeleteResult);

Then when in your code you need to call the node.delete method use

operation.send(data.nid);

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