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Maximum size of an swf file of an Application

Ravi Kiran Va
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Hi ,
Ours is a Intra Net Application would be launched as a Product ,and can be used with in an Organisation .

The Project would be developed using FLEX 3 as Front End , blazeds in Tomcat , JDBC with Oracle for backend .\

Please tell me what should be considerded as the maximum size of the swf file so that everything would be fine

Please share your views .

Thnaks in advance .

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Ulf Dittmer

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What, precisely, is "everything"? What's the problem that prompted this question?

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Paul Sturrock

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I'm with Ulf - not sure what "everything" entails. But if you are thinking about checking the network performance of your application (which could be one of a few bottlenecks) your performance testing should tell you - there is no other way to find out. Assuming you've designed your application so it can take advantage of the various lazy loading mechanisms you can use in a Flash application the size of the initial swf is probabyl immaterial.

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