Securityerror Error #2176
Not the answer you're looking for? Bogdan Manate Full stack software consultant Skip to content HomeAboutImpressum ← Adobe developer day 10-14 May Create OS native installer with ADT for AIR applications → Flex error #2176 when using Tue Jul 01, 2008 2:12 pm le planteur Member Joined: Tue Jul 01, 2008 2:02 pmPosts: 2 Hi, If someone is interested in, this problem came because from a single Post the string along, base64_decode(), fwrite() (in the event of PHP) and ta da! http://internetmairie.com/securityerror-error/securityerror-error-2176-certain-actions.html
But I know it does a great job protecting us, soo many security features. After I made some research I found a very cool article here, but I didn't found any workaround. We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. Got it working though. check here
How to inform adviser that morale in group is low? Just when I was going to bet my future on AIR. In my case I want my file upload field (just one not multi) to be placed where ever and it's designed to look just like normal one… Then I want a Probably won't work either =( Tom says: January 21, 2010 at 10:42 am 40kb limit and localconnection makes it too unreliable and slow to transfer an image that way… I suppose
Why? this.hitTest I guess it depends on what "this" is. How to answer questions about whether you are taking on new doctoral students when admission is determined by a committee and a competitive process? Patterson Consulting, Inc Menu Skip to content HomeAboutLabsPresentationsPublished WorkRecent Projects Upload ByteArray to Flickr 7 Replies If you've used the the AS3 Flickr Library for uploading images to Flickr you know
Maybe I wasn't clear enough - my concern is whether it is a good idea to workaround something that obviously isn't supposed to be workaround-ed and how this can do any I'll have to break the news to my client that the button will have to be in the flash object now. Mike Burns says: November 6, 2008 at 12:34 pm I'm one of the poor bastards using ExternalInterface to initiate the file upload dialog box. https://forums.adobe.com/thread/787945 Which license should I pick?
Reply ↓ Kevin Sweeney September 18, 2009 at 2:27 am Update: That was it. Thanks to Adobe I now have to essentially "break" my nicely architected code to fix it. I had to tweak some stuff, so see my answer for exactly how it ended up working –Cameron Aug 13 '09 at 18:28 You're welcome. I'm not a poor bastard who complain by the way ;oP I just need in my project that a function which opens the file dialog box is called either from a
Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Go to original post Actions More Like This Retrieving data ... Fortunately, being the smart ass I am, I've always used a mouse click to initiate FileReference. Did hit a snag though and I think it's the same problem is Brian. Package caption Error: 9pt undefined What are the difficulties of landing on an upslope runway Why did the Ministry of Magic choose an ax for carrying out a death sentence?
So, my question is WHY am I getting this security exception? his comment is here Razvan says: August 5, 2009 at 7:49 am I really love the way Adobe does security. It should be noted that the example code for using UploadPostHelper involves setting the contentType property of the URLRequest object, and this apparently works for some people, but not in my Being tied to a player right this is really bad for developers if the maker of the player doesn't play nice.
Thanks for the help! You signed in with another tab or window. at flash.net::FileReference/browse() Posted 2 years ago # Val Senior BirdJoined: Mar '13Posts: 129 Val Senior BirdJoined: Mar '13Posts: 129 it's a security reason ....i think you need to do that same http://internetmairie.com/securityerror-error/securityerror-error-2121.html Only in my case I was bit by a new security ‘feature' that I don't recall being mentioned anywhere before the release of 10.
All this works fine with FD rev 2408 and flex last stable build 220.127.116.113 or nightly build 18.104.22.1681. Its very easy to use this in your application. Fixing this in our Flex app isn't a big deal, it's just that some of our team is on FP9, including their development boxes. Â The con is, we weren't planning on
I wonder if I should just post to an Adobe forum all the goading I get off my C++ / Java developer colleagues, for using Flex.
It worked fine when submitting to a PHP script, but not to an ASP script. I was stumped for hours last night... Is cardinality a well defined function? Maybe not.
Author JesterXLPosted on October 23, 2008October 23, 2008Categories Flex 17 thoughts on “Flash Player 10 Surprise: Error #2176” Mario says: October 23, 2008 at 11:41 am Ha! Using just 'multipart/form-data' however, I got an error on the server side about invalid POST boundaries, so I ended up using a class called UploadPostHelper to create a valid boundary and Since you can only get a FileReference if you ask the user to browse to a local image on their hard drive or if you're using AIR and just grab an http://internetmairie.com/securityerror-error/securityerror-error-2179.html So it seems that it is necessary to have two different buttons to separate these actions: one for loading and another for saving.
AMF also would be a viable solution I imagine. Reply ↓ Paulo Barcelos November 3, 2009 at 10:00 am Cool! Juan Pablo Califano says: October 23, 2008 at 9:50 pm @Jamie. What do you see instead?
Reload to refresh your session. Got no error but no dialog opened :/ Did you confirm that fileReference.browse() is being called by adding a breakpoint or a trace()? So, user interaction from a button IS triggering the POST, but in an indirect way as I invoke another class to actually take and post the snapshot. Was looking something like this for a while.
You can not post a blank message. I'm sure there is a reason to implement new security restrictions and a workaround for them at the same time but to me it seems like Adobe is just trying to If my application use a Loader objet (to get an image, a AVM1, or ...), then a security error #2176 is raised when I try to save a local file. Works perfectly if I don't use a Loader in my application.
This fixed the mysterious security error (I still don't know why that happened), and the very long waits for uploads. I wanted to eventually give to it the same functionality the original one has, so, by means of a TweenEvent handler, I call the same function which acts as a MouseEvent Already have an account? The problem was with local/global XY.