FlexTechDomain Compile Error: Type was not found or was not a compile-time constant

FlexTechDomain Compile Error: Type was not found or was not a compile-time constant

If error messages similar to the following are output when compiling a Flex application:

[mxmlc] .\frameworks\libs\FlexTechDomain.swc(com/borland/fastxd/techdomain/flex/SilkTestSparkDataGridAutomationImpl): Error: abc bytecode decoding failed.
[mxmlc] .\frameworks\libs\FlexTechDomain.swc(com/borland/fastxd/techdomain/flex/SilkTestSparkComboBoxAutomationImpl)
[mxmlc] Error: Type was not found or was not a compile-time constant: ComboBox.
[mxmlc] .\frameworks\libs\FlexTechDomain.swc(com/borland/fastxd/techdomain/flex/SilkTestSparkComboBoxAutomationImpl)
[mxmlc] Error: Type was not found or was not a compile-time constant: ComboBox.
[mxmlc] .\frameworks\libs\FlexTechDomain.swc(com/borland/fastxd/techdomain/flex/FastAutomationClass)
[mxmlc] Error: Type was not found or was not a compile-time constant: [mx.automation]::IAutomationClass2.


The errors would indicate that the Flex application in question is a Flex 3.x application and the FlexTechDomain.swc being used during compilation is for Flex 4.x. Replace the FlexTechDomain.swc that is currently being used with the Flex 3.x equivalent and no further error messages should be received when compiling the Flex application in question.

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