I need a flash-based live chat application to be added to an existing member-based website. All chat will be strictly one on one (no group chat). For efficiency it should use Red5 (rather than hitting amfhp every few seconds). Requirements: - integrate into the existing member database - invisible flash app will run continuously in a frame so the server knows who is online (the web pages will be responsible for showing who is online and launching a chat, no "online list" is required in the flash component) - user will be identified by an encrypted string passed in as a flashvar - target user idetified by user ID - before allowing a connection, server must check a table in teh DB to ensure the user has permission to contact the target user. - chats should be logged (no need to provide access to logs in flash tho) - should indicate when a chat invitation has been rejected - online indicator app should launch a popup or dhtml layer when an incoming chat request is received. Here's the tricky part: i need this TODAY. Help!
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Flash (cross-browser) Red5 (on Tomcat, linux) MySQL