I'm just going to throw this out and see what happens.
I wrote a rather larger flash application and am using flash remoting to communicate with an as400. There are typically several users with sessions at a time. Every now and again two users will need the same type of information. Let's say there's a button that you click to get customer information. When someone clicks that button I create a request object send it to the AS400 and then listen for a response. If two users click the button at the same time, only one will get an answer. I can see in my logs that the request objects are being populated and sent correctly. Then the AS400 see's both requests and can have multiple instances of the method to answer the request. So it formulates two answers and sends both answers only milliseconds apart back to Flash Remoting. The listeners only catch the first answer and sometimes the answer is then associated with the wrong request, the other doesn't get an answer at all. How should I go about fixing this? I'm using the first beta version of the flashgateway.jar. I will update my jar file, but has anyone else run into this issue?
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