This morning I downloaded and installed the new Flex 3.3 SDK recently released by Adobe. Thanks for the post Ted.
I prefer to load Flex SDK as a runtime shared library but soon found that this was generating a couple of runtime errors when my projects were initialising:
Error #2034: An invalid digest was supplied.
Failed to load RSL framework_220.127.116.1158.swz
Failing over to RSL framework_18.104.22.16858.swf
Flex Error #1001: Digest mismatch with RSL http://myurl/framework_22.214.171.12458.swf. Redeploy the matching RSL or relink your application with the matching library.
Via the project properties I’d set the flex framework to be loaded as a runtime shared library ok and chosen the option to deploy the RSL swf. Flex Builder was deploying the swf, I guess by compiling it from the new SDK source but the error I believe relates to the generated RSLs don’t have the required validation compiled into them.
You can just grab the verified RSLs that are included in the new SDK download which you’ll find via the following path:
[Flex SDK folder]/frameworks/rsls/framework_126.96.36.19952.swf
[Flex SDK folder]/frameworks/rsls/framework_188.8.131.5252.swz
Copy those files into your html-template folder and then be sure to specify the relative paths to those 2 RSLs via the [Your Project] > Properties > Flex Build Path > Library Path > Flex 3.3 > framework.swc > RSL URL
Hope that saves you some time with that error 🙂