I just noticed you didn’t specify an id=”FABridge” in your <fx:Declarations>

What was the equivalent statement in Flex 3?

On 8/26/10 10:45 AM, "Brian J. Ackermann" <brian.ackerm...@gmail.com> wrote:

>From my testing, I believe the problem is on the JS side of thing, and that 
>the FABridge doesn't 'live' in the same location in the DOM in flex4, as 
>compared with flex3.

But we're both reasonably novice flex developers, so we could be 
mis-interpreting what we're seeing.  In another version of the project, I have 
added some debugging to a text area on screen, and "this.parent.FABridge" and 
"parent.FABridge" and "FABridge" all return 'undefined'.  Since that used to 
work just fine in flex3, it seems like maybe I just need to find the new 'path' 
in the DOM....

for example:




Brian J. Ackermann


On Thu, Aug 26, 2010 at 12:38 PM, Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com> wrote:

I don’t have time right now to look and I don’t deal much with FABridge, but 
are you now saying that parent.FABridge is now the issue?  The OP said it was 
FABridge.flex.  Is this on the JS side or AS side?  In Flex 4, a child 
component’s parent is not the main app, they get shoveled down into the skin.  
It think the document or parentDocument properties or 
FlexGlobals.topLevelApplication can access the main app.

On 8/26/10 9:10 AM, "Brian J. Ackermann" <brian.ackerm...@gmail.com 
<http://brian.ackerm...@gmail.com> > wrote:

I'm trying to get the IFrameCommTest example (from 
http://code.google.com/p/flex-iframe/) to work in Flex 4, and, while the IFrame 
itself works, the communication does not. In particular, I need to get the 
included HTML page to call functions from the flex app (I already have a way to 
get the Flex app to talk to the HTML).

I've exported the project to facilitate your 

The problem, is that the "parent.FABridge" doesn't exist. My guess is that 
something in flex4 changed with regard to how things are located in the DOM.

(This post is directly related to the original.  I just thought this would be a 
clearer example of the problem. )


Brian J. Ackermann
 brian.ackerm...@gmail.com <http://brian.ackerm...@gmail.com>


Alex Harui
Flex SDK Team
Adobe System, Inc.

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