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From Angelo Lazzari <angelo.lazz...@redtulp.com>
Subject Re: Force last SWF downloading
Date Sat, 03 May 2014 08:22:46 GMT
Thanks Tomislav, i will give it a try.

Angelo


2014-05-03 10:05 GMT+02:00 Tomislav Pokrajcic <tomislav@svemir.net>:

> You can enforce swf download (on each visit) by appending some random GET
> parameter to the url (e.g. .../myapp.swf?rnd=some_random_value).
>
> Something less invasive would be to append a version number to a swf file
> name (e.g. myapp_1_0_0.swf) and update the file name value in JavaScript
> responsible for loading swf each time you update the version.
> Filename can be stored in an external file that should be reloaded each
> time (using the above metod). That's much cheaper operation than loading
> the entire swf and deployment can be easily automated.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Tomislav
>
>
> On 3.5.2014. 8:31, Angelo Lazzari wrote:
>
>> Hi everyone,
>> i'm developing a web application with Apache Flex 4.12, so, to be clear,
>> when my client access into his computer browser and write the application
>> URL, he can login into the application.
>>
>> I need, obviously, to be sure my client is playing the last version i
>> published.
>>
>> So, without creating complex version algorithms or so on, is there a way
>> to
>> force the swf download even if the browser has all the usual cache
>> setting?
>>
>> Thanks
>> Angelo
>>
>>
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