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Old 06-08-2006, 06:40 PM   #1
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Exclamation Importing Flex 2.0 project from B2 to B3, mx.rpc.remoting:RemoteObject error

Hi. My project with (RemoteObject/AMF) was created and worked fine in B2 so i installed B3 release, import the project in B3 and i'we got: Definition mx.rpc.remoting:RemoteObject could not be found error.

1. Was my import proper or i have to do something else ( copy some .as or .swc files? or.....).

2. i even try to create new project and insert the code in, but no progress.

3. Any changes to the syntax of the interface or what?( i have searched in Flex:Beta_2_to_Beta_3_Changes, can't find solution)

Any help is highly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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