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Installation FAIL
03-29-2012, 07:00 AM,
RE: Installation FAIL
(03-29-2012, 05:07 AM)Govido Wrote:  No, if you still have the same FTP access, you created for me, just leave config.php as it is (configured to access your db) and I'll take a look.

ok I renamed the old config.php "oldconfig" and created a new one "config.php"
both of them are correct and succesfully connect to two different db (i did for testing).

03-29-2012, 11:37 PM,
RE: Installation FAIL
It does not work. Anyway, go ahead with your project, edit the software, make your changes to your site. With SVC you don't need local web service, it can be anywhere on the web. I created a special xml file that connects to a remote server, use this connection for a few days until I give it a try again. This web service is also ready for upcoming 0.9 and 1.0 versions -if you plan to download them as they become available- and it should not affect your project in any way. After we figure out the issue, you just rename config.local.xml to config.xml and switch back to local database.

The strangest thing: if I move this web service to any other domain ex., it does not work with your site/server. I also tried with and IP-address and no luck. Well this is strange enough to give up and have a sleep before trying it again.
03-30-2012, 02:27 AM,
RE: Installation FAIL
Gotcha, thank you.
It is very weird indeed. Besides pointing to registration.php on the new url "", is the config.xml using an external db or my own db?

Also, how can i activate the facebook login? For what I read on your website, svc is modular, but it is not explained
1 which modules include
2 how activate them

Forgot to say something helpuful to understand the problem with SVC, on the same url I installed RVC and it worked perfectly, see home/rvc.
03-30-2012, 03:02 AM,
RE: Installation FAIL
Your website is using a remote web service, with remote database. The facebook login is explained somewhere on this forum by Video Chat, you will need some php/javascript knowledge in order to use it. This feature was developed for the facebook video call app and that source code is not released. A working sample, including the source code may arrive with version 1.0 but my guess is that will never be included. Much rather a comprehensive description with downloadable (working) sample on this forum.

Meanwhile it is possible to copy the whole technology by viewing the source code of the demo sites, both HTML and .js sources. The php code, you need can be found here:
03-30-2012, 03:47 AM,
RE: Installation FAIL
mmm so it;s better to avoid populating my own db with registered users until you find a solution ?

Thanks for the link, I have just two questions

1. which modules are native in SVC and can be activated? (e.g., facebook login, filtering, ???)
2. Do anybody in videosoftware is willing to do few modifications on SVC or RVC under payment?
03-30-2012, 05:54 AM,
RE: Installation FAIL
You can use this DB freely. As soon as you switch to your own DB, all users will switch as soon as a new status is requested/reported, this is set to 2 seconds on the web service you're using. Before switching I can lower the config refresh time from 60 min to 1 second.

1. Facebook login
2. More than likely not. You may try finding someone here Flex and Flash Builder projects and/or jobs
04-03-2012, 02:19 AM,
RE: Installation FAIL
Hi Govido,
Did you find the solution for the bug in the software?
I will need to use my own server and db for customization and testing pretty soon.
Thanks in advance
04-03-2012, 11:00 AM,
RE: Installation FAIL
Yes, the problem is caused by crossdomain.xml. Use this file (file content below) instead of what you have on your domain, in the root folder. If you are using a sub-domain, copy the crossdomain.xml to the respective folder. Please be aware, this file will allow access to your web-service from ANY domain. For example, I can connect to your web-service remotely and use your database. To fix that, edit crossdomain.xml.
More info:

PHP Code:
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<!DOCTYPE cross-domain-policy SYSTEM "">
<allow-access-from domain="*" />

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04-03-2012, 11:03 AM,
RE: Installation FAIL
<allow-access-from domain="*" /> will fix the above-mentioned issue.
04-04-2012, 01:14 AM,
RE: Installation FAIL
Thanks, but i dont think we solved the problem.
I switched to the original config.xml as you suggested (formely called config.local.xml).
But it doesn't connect, it connects only I use your config.xml (now named oldconfig.xml), which unfortunately connect to external web services and db.
You have my ftp credential and see it as I do,
Thanks though

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