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Participant ,
Sep 13, 2010 Sep 13, 2010

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If I return a query result in a value object i.e.
getCustomersEmailResult.token = customersService.getCustomersEmail(emailInput.text);

I can bind the value to the text value of a TextInput field

text = "{getCustomersEmailResult.lastResult.Name}"

but I can not assign it in the function following the call i.e.

TextInput.text = getCustomersEmailResult.lastResult.Name;

Why?

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Dan Pride

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Sep 13, 2010 Sep 13, 2010

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This appears to be a Flex question. Please try the Flex forums here http://forums.adobe.com/community/flex/flex_general_discussion

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Participant ,
Sep 16, 2010 Sep 16, 2010

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???

Its straight flashbuilder ?

Using the new service calls in Flashbuilder to mysql via coldfusion, but the question is absolutely completely flashbuilder.

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Sep 14, 2010 Sep 14, 2010

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If I am to go exactly by what you have tried,

TextInput is an actionscript class. You should try setting the "text" property of an object of the TextInput class. The name of the object is defined by the "id" property of the MXML declaration of the TextInput Instance.

<TextInput id="myTextInput"/>

myTextInput.text="MyTEXT"

Hope this helps

Balakrishnan V

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Sep 17, 2010 Sep 17, 2010

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You can do so by adding a result event handler to the CallResponder: getCustomersEmailResult

<CallResponder id="getCustomersEmailResult" result="resultHandler(event)" />

protected function resultHandler(event:ResultEvent):void

{

    TextInput.text = getCustomersEmailResult.lastResult.Name;

    // you can get the result from the event parameter also

}

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