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From Robert Koberg <>
Subject Re: How Can I access Macromedia Flash file through cocoon
Date Wed, 01 May 2002 13:13:45 GMT

You can bring XML straight into Flash. What I do is bring in a config 
file in the first 5 frames and set up my objects. That displays a router 
like interface (TOC/homepage). Then on click of a link, download the 
necessary XML and 'goto' a set a of frames that styles the XML like you 
would want.

There are a few books out on Flash and XML - none good... The best stuff 
comes from colin moock. He wrote an O'Reilly's book on ActionScript 
(which is a little out of date since the latest flash release).


Stephan Michels wrote:

>How about a FlashGenerator and Serializer? I read a nice artikel in a
>linux magazin about Flash2XML.
>This were a nice thing ;-)
>On Wed, 1 May 2002, Morrison, John wrote:
>>Access?  You mean read?  Set up a  <map:read> with the correct mime-type and
>>You can either google for the mime-type or, if you have httpd; search it's
>>Oh, BTW, please don't post HTML emails to this list.
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: manish []
>>Sent: Wednesday, 1 May 2002 8:02 am
>>Subject: How Can I access Macromedia Flash file through cocoon
>>Hello ,
>>    I am trying to access Macromedia Flash file (.swf) through cocoon, but I
>>did not know how to define the pipe line for ".swf" file. please help me...
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