I have adjusted all of the settings and pretty much set the least security for my local settings - I have chosen “always allow” for the main setting also.
I dont even think I am that far yet though. I believe that it is a dot notation issue right now. This is literally the first time I am using flash. I can make fairly decent sense of the code, but I am not sure how environmental settings affect this example…
Do you have to define a class path from some administrator? Is there a way to just dump all of the files in a single directory and just reference them without defining a path in an administrator?
What do you suggest as the simplest way?
Here are the actual errors I get when trying to run the example FLA file:
Error Scene=Escena 1, layer=Capa 1, frame=1:Line 51: The class or interface ‘‘xiff.actionscript.org.jivesoftware.xiff.core.XMPPConnection’’ could not be loaded.
var connection = new XMPPConnection();
Error Scene=Escena 1, layer=Capa 1, frame=1:Line 57: The class or interface ‘‘xiff.actionscript.org.jivesoftware.xiff.conference.Room’’ could not be loaded.
var chatRoom = new Room( connection );
Error Scene=Escena 1, layer=Capa 1, frame=1:Line 79: The class or interface ‘‘examples.actionscript.RosterTest’’ could not be loaded.
var myRoster:RosterTest = new RosterTest(connection);
Total ActionScript Errors: 3 Reported Errors: 3