Yea - unfortunately its just misleading...

Muzak wrote:
If you open/create an ActionScript 2.0 document, the WebServiceConnector and all other Data components are still available. Those are the same ones as in the Flash 8 IDE.

The complaint is that there's no AS3 version of the Data components and some UI 
Components (like the Tree)

regards,
Muzak

----- Original Message ----- From: "Austin Kottke" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Saturday, June 02, 2007 7:45 PM
Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] Flash CS3 Prof copy: missing Tree component andWeb 
Service.


You know what's funny about the web service component missing from flash cs3?

It's actually in the help documentation as part of flash 9 CS 3:


Web services



Adobe Flash CS3 Professional includes the WebServiceConnector component that lets you connect to remote web services, send and receive data, and bind results to components. This lets Flash developers quickly create Rich Internet Applications without having to write a single line of ActionScript.

You can consume remote web services by using WebServiceClasses, which can 
require writing complex ActionScript.


Yet it's nowhere to be found in flash cs3 professional. Personally I dont care 
about the component as much as I do
the classes themselves.

Adobe?


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