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Adobe AIR HTTP1.1 Streaming issue

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Dec 22, 2014

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I have an Adobe AIR application that connects with a java server using AMF Streaming connection(mx.messaging.channels.StreamingAMFChannel) in BlazeDS.

The web server used is jboss6.1.0.

When I connect to the server from my 64bit Windows 7 PC, the Adobe AIR application is showing a "Channel Fault" exception. The server shows an error log like

"[BlazeDS]12/22/2014 13:49:16.153 [ERROR] [Endpoint.StreamingAMF] Endpoint with id 'my-streaming-amf' cannot service the streaming request made with HTTP 1.0. Only HTTP 1.1 is supported."

Iam able to connect to the server from other client PCs with 32bit Windows 7.

Please guide me to resolve this issue.

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Vidhya

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Adobe AIR HTTP1.1 Streaming issue

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I have an Adobe AIR application that connects with a java server using AMF Streaming connection(mx.messaging.channels.StreamingAMFChannel) in BlazeDS.

The web server used is jboss6.1.0.

When I connect to the server from my 64bit Windows 7 PC, the Adobe AIR application is showing a "Channel Fault" exception. The server shows an error log like

"[BlazeDS]12/22/2014 13:49:16.153 [ERROR] [Endpoint.StreamingAMF] Endpoint with id 'my-streaming-amf' cannot service the streaming request made with HTTP 1.0. Only HTTP 1.1 is supported."

Iam able to connect to the server from other client PCs with 32bit Windows 7.

Please guide me to resolve this issue.

Thanks & Regards

Vidhya

TOPICS
Performance issues

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167

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