RE: [PHP] Re: Flash-PHP Socket Connection

2004-01-21 Thread Donald Tyler
We are just about to try and get this working with sockets ourselves. Our intranet currently does exactly what you are trying to do, but without using sockets. In reply to your question, there is no one site for XMLRPC really. I suggest you read up on the following subjects: XMLRPC document

RE: [PHP] Re: Flash-PHP Socket Connection

2004-01-21 Thread Donald Tyler
to constantly know the location of all players all the time. -Original Message- From: Miles Thompson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, January 20, 2004 7:55 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] Re: Flash-PHP Socket Connection Use xmlReceiver to trigger the back end PHP script

Re: [PHP] Re: Flash-PHP Socket Connection

2004-01-21 Thread Jon Bennett
to constantly know the location of all players all the time. -Original Message- From: Miles Thompson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, January 20, 2004 7:55 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] Re: Flash-PHP Socket Connection Use xmlReceiver to trigger the back end PHP script

Re: [PHP] Re: Flash-PHP Socket Connection

2004-01-21 Thread Jon Bennett
] Subject: Re: [PHP] Re: Flash-PHP Socket Connection Use xmlReceiver to trigger the back end PHP script. Have that script generate XML which you parse in Flash. Plain text will work, but a single quotation mark in the text sends you off to never never land. Here's an example: xmlReceiver.load( http

Re: [PHP] Re: Flash-PHP Socket Connection

2004-01-20 Thread daniel
check out http://www.php.net/manual/en/ref.ircg.php and http://www.schumann.cx/ircg/ I am doing the same thing at the moment, I'm building a Flash/PHP/MySQL chat system capable of handling over 1000 users online at one time. GET and POST just doesn't cut it, so I began to explore other

Re: [PHP] Re: Flash-PHP Socket Connection

2004-01-20 Thread Miles Thompson
Use xmlReceiver to trigger the back end PHP script. Have that script generate XML which you parse in Flash. Plain text will work, but a single quotation mark in the text sends you off to never never land. Here's an example: xmlReceiver.load( http://; + host + feed_xml_article.php); I know