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Server-Side Objects

SSAS has many of the same communication object models that you have become familiar with in Flash—NetConnection, Stream (also known as NetStream), and SharedObject—with two additional objects—Application and Client. Flash ActionScript uses these objects to connect, stream, and share data with the server. The server can also use the objects to connect, stream, and share data with other Flash Communication Servers or application servers connected to databases. Flash Communication Server ships with two additional libraries—Components (components.asc) and NetServices (netservices.asc)—that add a number of other objects to SSAS. When loaded, these extra objects become available to handle the Flash UI components and Flash Remoting MX. Let's review each object individually.

NetConnection (SSAS) Object

There exists no relationship between the server-side NetConnection object and the client-side NetConnection object. A client connection with a Communication Server accesses the Application object to handle connection events. NetConnection (on the server) is used to connect to servers. These servers can include other Application instances on a local server or an Application instance on a remote server.


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