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  1. #1
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    how flash can handle lots of data?

    hi. I need help. I make an application to determine the shortest route using flash lite 2.0 and actionscript 2.0 using dijkstra algorithms and xml.

    there are more than 400 nodes are stored with the xml, because the node that is too much, flash is not able to handle it. flash is only capable of handling the data is less than 200 nodes, can not be run on the emulator (device central). so how can I make my application can run d flash?

    thank you for your help

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    Re: how flash can handle lots of data?

    Use a network server; send the route end points to a server, have the server do the calculations and return the results.

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    Re: how flash can handle lots of data?

    Hello, if you can use YQL - Yahoo Query language to load large data.

    Here you can easily required only data load.

    Easy to use :http://developer.yahoo.com/yql/
    Regards,

    Ravindra Suthar

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