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From "sachin chavan (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Created] (FLEX-34284) Issue with the FABridge#callASMethod method
Date Mon, 28 Apr 2014 11:53:15 GMT
sachin chavan created FLEX-34284:
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             Summary: Issue with the FABridge#callASMethod method
                 Key: FLEX-34284
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FLEX-34284
             Project: Apache Flex
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: FABridge
            Reporter: sachin chavan


Hello ,

I our application we are using the FABridge.js file do display the hierarchical topology data.
While I reload the data, the following method from the FABridge.js files gets called :
<snip>
callASMethod: function(objID, funcName, args)
    {

        if (FABridge.refCount > 0)

        {

            throw new Error("You are trying to call recursively into the Flash Player which
is not allowed. In most cases the JavaScript setTimeout function, can be used as a workaround.");

        }

        else

        {

            FABridge.refCount++;

            args = this.serialize(args);

            retVal = this.target.invokeASMethod(objID, funcName, args);

            retVal = this.handleError(retVal);

            FABridge.refCount--;

            return retVal;

        }

    },
</snip>


The issues is that, the "retVal = this.target.invokeASMethod(objID, funcName, args);" executed
with exception and hence the refCount will not be reset to 0. hence , when next time this
method gets called the error "throw new Error("You are trying to call recursively into the
Flash Player which is not allowed. In most cases the JavaScript setTimeout function, can be
used as a workaround.");" is thrown.

 What I need from this forum is :
1. How can get the exception stact trace in IE 9 so that I can verfiy that why this.target.invokeASMethod(objID,
funcName, args); the statement failed.
2. What is the meaning of this statement "this.target.invokeASMethod(" ? Does it similar to
reflection technique we have in java.

Thanks in advance.



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