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From Jeffry Houser <jef...@dot-com-it.com>
Subject Re: Connect AIR to a Remote Server
Date Wed, 24 Aug 2016 01:08:21 GMT
  A lot of how you access your services on the remote server depends 
greatly on how the remote server is configured.  You are correct, you 
won't want to use localhost URLs as part of your production app.

   In most cases, you would just replace 'localhost' with your domain 
name, www.billspencere.com .  But, you'll need to configure the remote 
host similar to how your local was configured.  It sounds like this will 
require PHP to be set up on the remote machine, in addition to your 

  I don't think you've given us enough information to provide you with 
more specifics.  Does this help?

On 8/23/2016 8:31 PM, bilbosax wrote:
> I am trying to download information from a database located on my webserver
> at inmotionhosting.com.  My url is www.billspencere.com.  How do I go about
> doing this.  When I was developing an app in the past, I would connect to a
> localhost on my personal machine.  But I assume in production, you have to
> set up Zend and your PHP functions alongside your database on your
> webserver.  So I am at a loss of how to connect to my online database using
> AIR.  I tried setting up a PHP data service, but cannot validate the Web
> Root and the Root URL.  I tried(and everything else in between):
> Web Root: public_html
> Root URL: http://www.billspencere.com/
> This fails, saying "The selected web root folder does not exist.".  Can
> somebody help me get started obtaining information from a remote server?
> Thanks
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Jeffry Houser
Technical Entrepreneur

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