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ASP + FLASH = possible???

i'm learning asp.net 2.0 and when i want to import a flash movieclip,
what i do is this:

I) First:
a) create the movieclip that i need with Flash;
b) publish the Flash movieclip;

II) Then with ASP.NET
c) open the website in design view with VWD (That i was working on
before creating the MovieClip with Flash);
d) copy and past the HTML code contained in the Flash published
MovieClip in one of the DIV created in
VWD.

I'm not quite sure that this is the right procedure, for i get tons of
errors.

Can anyone help me to understand how to better integrate Flash
MovieClip in ASP?

thanks,
Vinnie

Oct 16 '07 #1
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Hello Vinnie,
I have many applications like this. Just copy and paste the flash object
part of your code into the asp.net application.

Michael

"Vinnie" wrote:
i'm learning asp.net 2.0 and when i want to import a flash movieclip,
what i do is this:

I) First:
a) create the movieclip that i need with Flash;
b) publish the Flash movieclip;

II) Then with ASP.NET
c) open the website in design view with VWD (That i was working on
before creating the MovieClip with Flash);
d) copy and past the HTML code contained in the Flash published
MovieClip in one of the DIV created in
VWD.

I'm not quite sure that this is the right procedure, for i get tons of
errors.

Can anyone help me to understand how to better integrate Flash
MovieClip in ASP?

thanks,
Vinnie

Oct 16 '07 #2

Due to Internet Explorer's non-user-friendly handling of activex
controls (due to Eolas patent) you should not embed the object tag
directly within the aspx page. Instead use an external JS file and
make a JS call to it to embed the SWF.

http://www.adobe.com/devnet/activecontent/

And if you still get errors then when you post back please be more
specific about exactly what errors you get and where you get them
(compile time or runtime? in only IE or in IE/Firefox/Safari/Opera
too?)

HTH,

Sam

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On Tue, 16 Oct 2007 08:00:38 -0700, Vinnie <ce**********@gmail.com>
wrote:
>i'm learning asp.net 2.0 and when i want to import a flash movieclip,
what i do is this:

I) First:
a) create the movieclip that i need with Flash;
b) publish the Flash movieclip;

II) Then with ASP.NET
c) open the website in design view with VWD (That i was working on
before creating the MovieClip with Flash);
d) copy and past the HTML code contained in the Flash published
MovieClip in one of the DIV created in
VWD.

I'm not quite sure that this is the right procedure, for i get tons of
errors.

Can anyone help me to understand how to better integrate Flash
MovieClip in ASP?

thanks,
Vinnie
Oct 16 '07 #3
This is true. Most people use FlashObject for this.

"Samuel R. Neff" wrote:
>
Due to Internet Explorer's non-user-friendly handling of activex
controls (due to Eolas patent) you should not embed the object tag
directly within the aspx page. Instead use an external JS file and
make a JS call to it to embed the SWF.

http://www.adobe.com/devnet/activecontent/

And if you still get errors then when you post back please be more
specific about exactly what errors you get and where you get them
(compile time or runtime? in only IE or in IE/Firefox/Safari/Opera
too?)

HTH,

Sam

------------------------------------------------------------
We're hiring! B-Line Medical is seeking .NET
Developers for exciting positions in medical product
development in MD/DC. Work with a variety of technologies
in a relaxed team environment. See ads on Dice.com.

On Tue, 16 Oct 2007 08:00:38 -0700, Vinnie <ce**********@gmail.com>
wrote:
i'm learning asp.net 2.0 and when i want to import a flash movieclip,
what i do is this:

I) First:
a) create the movieclip that i need with Flash;
b) publish the Flash movieclip;

II) Then with ASP.NET
c) open the website in design view with VWD (That i was working on
before creating the MovieClip with Flash);
d) copy and past the HTML code contained in the Flash published
MovieClip in one of the DIV created in
VWD.

I'm not quite sure that this is the right procedure, for i get tons of
errors.

Can anyone help me to understand how to better integrate Flash
MovieClip in ASP?

thanks,
Vinnie

Oct 16 '07 #4
On Oct 16, 12:27 pm, Michael <Mich...@discussions.microsoft.com>
wrote:
Hello Vinnie,
I have many applications like this. Just copy and paste the flash object
part of your code into the asp.net application.

Michael

thanks,
Vinnie
Hi Michael,
thanks a lot for your help.
When you say "Just copy and paste the flash object..." you mean the
part of code contained between what tags?

Thanks
Vinnie

Oct 16 '07 #5
Yes.

"Vinnie" wrote:
On Oct 16, 12:27 pm, Michael <Mich...@discussions.microsoft.com>
wrote:
Hello Vinnie,
I have many applications like this. Just copy and paste the flash object
part of your code into the asp.net application.

Michael

thanks,
Vinnie

Hi Michael,
thanks a lot for your help.
When you say "Just copy and paste the flash object..." you mean the
part of code contained between what tags?

Thanks
Vinnie

Oct 16 '07 #6
These kind of headaches are the exact reason I made this free flash player
control. Enjoy!
http://SteveOrr.net/articles/Flasher.aspx

--
I hope this helps,
Steve C. Orr,
MCSD, MVP, CSM, ASPInsider
http://SteveOrr.net
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i'm learning asp.net 2.0 and when i want to import a flash movieclip,
what i do is this:

I) First:
a) create the movieclip that i need with Flash;
b) publish the Flash movieclip;

II) Then with ASP.NET
c) open the website in design view with VWD (That i was working on
before creating the MovieClip with Flash);
d) copy and past the HTML code contained in the Flash published
MovieClip in one of the DIV created in
VWD.

I'm not quite sure that this is the right procedure, for i get tons of
errors.

Can anyone help me to understand how to better integrate Flash
MovieClip in ASP?

thanks,
Vinnie
Oct 17 '07 #7

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