You can store data on the client side or the server side.
1. On the local client you can use something in Flash that is the equivalent
to cookies. That is the ActionScript SharedObject class.
Basically the user has control over allowing or disallowing the writing of
the data in this case.
Here is an example I have posted for training seminars I conduct:
2. On the server then you use server side scripts to do the work writing to
either files or databases. For the Flash side you use either LoadVars or XML
Actionscript classes to communicate with the server side script.
Here is an example that demonstrates Flash XML Actionscript class
communicating with a PHP script and echoing the data back. It also writes
the data to a file. The problem of course writing to files on the server is
that the last user to use the Flash movie will overwrite the file with the
new data unless you are creating a log type of app were you continuously
append the data to the file.
May many happy bits flow your way!
"art-v" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
how can I write value from flash file to an external file like (text file or