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How do I properly pass an actionscript value object ( VO) to Coldfusion from flex without naming each value in the VO?

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I'm building a flex app and using a VO to manage the data so its persistent and loosely coupled from the UI. Ordinarily I could just pass a flex form value to a cfc argument via <mx:remoteObject><mx:method></mx:remoteObject> syntax for passing each form element in a function that calls the remote object and function located in the CFC. What I'm wanting to do is pass the entire VO into a coldfusion function for login and have CF return an array of values back to the VO to store the user's account information and populate the flex dashboard from the VO. How do I properly pass the entire VO to Coldfusion from flex without naming each value in the VO?

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How do I properly pass an actionscript value object ( VO) to Coldfusion from flex without naming each value in the VO?

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I'm building a flex app and using a VO to manage the data so its persistent and loosely coupled from the UI. Ordinarily I could just pass a flex form value to a cfc argument via <mx:remoteObject><mx:method></mx:remoteObject> syntax for passing each form element in a function that calls the remote object and function located in the CFC. What I'm wanting to do is pass the entire VO into a coldfusion function for login and have CF return an array of values back to the VO to store the user's account information and populate the flex dashboard from the VO. How do I properly pass the entire VO to Coldfusion from flex without naming each value in the VO?

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