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Nov 28, 2017

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I am developing a mobile AIR app using Flashbuilder 4.7. I am using EncryptedLocalStore to hold a key that I use to acces an encrypted SQLite database in my mobile AIR app. Every time I make changes and recompile the program or run it in debug mode, I lose the key. Does compiling the program and installing it to run or debug in Flashbuilder 4.7 totally wipe out EncryptedLocalStore? I guess I figured it would act more like an Update than a fresh new install when you tested the app. Does anybody know?

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EncryptedLocalStore

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I am developing a mobile AIR app using Flashbuilder 4.7. I am using EncryptedLocalStore to hold a key that I use to acces an encrypted SQLite database in my mobile AIR app. Every time I make changes and recompile the program or run it in debug mode, I lose the key. Does compiling the program and installing it to run or debug in Flashbuilder 4.7 totally wipe out EncryptedLocalStore? I guess I figured it would act more like an Update than a fresh new install when you tested the app. Does anybody know?

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Nov 29, 2017

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This is a normal behavior, this is a volatile data anyway, in any OS the user will have the opportunity to flush it out and clear it and this is the way it is intended. Your code must handle the situation where the data is gone since it will at any time.

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