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13. Testing and Debugging > 13.7. Testing Server-Side Code

Testing Server-Side Code

Your server-side code should be tested and debugged in isolation, by using your own server-side pages that you’ve set up for debugging purposes only—taking Flash and Flash Remoting completely out of the equation. You should be able to call your server-side methods from a basic page that contains calls to your remote methods using test data. By doing this, the server-side logic can be verified (and debugged, if necessary) in a much more logical and structured manner. One of the advantages of using Flash Remoting is that you can separate your business logic from your presentation logic. The server-side methods can be viewed as if they were modules in your overall application. Debugging modules individually can often be more productive than trying to look at ....


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