Flash Media Server
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Server-side ActionScript is a scripting language on the server that lets you develop efficient and flexible client-server Macromedia Flash Media Server applications. For example, you can use server-side ActionScript to control log-in procedures, control events in connected Macromedia Flash applications, determine what users see in their Flash applications, and communicate with other servers. You can also use server-side scripting to allow and disallow users access to various server-side application resources and to allow users to update and share information.
Client-side ActionScript is based on the ECMA-262 specification but deviates from the specification in several places. Server-side ActionScript does not deviate from the ECMA-262 specification. For information about the relationship between server-side ActionScript and client-side ActionScript, see Developing Media Applications.
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