Unable To Export AIR File

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Hi, everyone! I have currently created an iPhone application using Adobe Flash Professional.

  I created an AIR file, but I cannot export the file for reasons unknown. 

Whenever I try to export, I get the following error:

Adobe Flash CS5 Error

Error creating files.

Namespace is invalid in the application descriptor file.

I have tried renaming the file. 

This didn’t work.  

Has anyone had similar problems? 

If so, how did you resolve them?  

Thanks in advance for the help!

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Answered By 20 points N/A #86732

Unable To Export AIR File



When you are creating an AIR file then you must take care about something in it. “Namespace is invalid in the application descriptor file” this error means you did not create that AIR file perfectly. There was a mistake.

So start your process from the first time. And make sure you are not doing any mistake this time.

However if this file you cannot export for unknown reasons then just check this out.

1. Do not use more than one. for naming a AIR file.

2. Do not use any special character like <, >, :, “”, !, @ etc.

Answered By 10 points N/A #86733

Unable To Export AIR File


Hello Stephen,

Try doing the following and see if it will help resolve the issue that you are currently getting:

  • You will need to replace Program FIlesAdobeAdobe Flash CS5CommonConfigurationActionScript 3.0AIR2.0airglobal.swc with the following: airglobal.swc in the AdobeAIRSDKframeworkslibsair folder that is part of the AIR 2.6 SDK zip file (AdobeAIRSDK.zip)
  • That will enable you to compile with the new SDK as well make use of all the new API for camera roll, microphone, and so forth.
  • You will also need to replace Program FilesAdobeAdobe Flash CS5AIK2.0 with the AdobeAIRSDK folder that you can find  in the zip file (AdobeAIRSDK.zip) that you downloaded from Adobe.
  • Once you have done that, you can now try exporting the file using Flash CS5 and it will use the new ADL for testing in Flash.

Hope this helps.



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