No, in one of the many articles / replies that I read on the issue, it stated that the external file is saved in one of the tmp folders on the local client machine. So I thank you for clarifying that it is not so and that it’s saved only in the cache.
Otherwise, things are only loaded into memory, not saved to disk.
Would that imply that embedding the file in the swf and using loadbytes to load it has no benefit over using URLRequest to do the same? Or is it that the in the latter case the swf is additionally cached while not in the former?
If using amfphp could work, then i think that there would be one great benefit which would be that the external swf and it’s path would be completely unexposed. commands like wget or curl would be rendered completely useless as the swf can be easily stashed in some folder above the root making it totally inaccessible.
I am uploading the bit of code that I am working on here in case you or anybody would care to take a look.
Looking forward to your reply and thank you loads
!flash_amfphp.zip (19.2 KB)