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Chapter 18. Debugging > Debugging from Remote Locations

Debugging from Remote Locations

Troubleshooting should come from many different sources. Your learning should never end. One day you might solve a problem by reading a newsgroup online. Reading Macromedia tech notes can help you solve many of the general troubleshooting problems you'll encounter. Sometimes you may have an effect you want to get exactly right, which may be found in an online reference. Other times you may find the answer you're looking for in the reference materials in this and other books. The point is that you have an endless source of knowledge to tap into while debugging your projects. One such source can come in the form of help from other programmers. Are you out of luck with transmitting your file to them to test and debug? Of course not. Macromedia allows you to share your project with users who want to look at your project from a remote server location.

Enabling Flash with the Ability to Debug Remotely

The next exercise shows you how to debug movies that are located on a server away from your computer. However, before you can place files on a server for the world to see, you must follow some steps to enable the file to be debugged remotely. This exercise goes over the items that need to be included in your project to allow for debugging remotely.


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