Setting up access to Flex Remote Objects without access to WEB-INF directory

When creating a project in Flex Builder if you select the application server type as J2EE you need to have access to the WEB-INF flex folder of the server and the services-config.xml configuration file of the remote server. So what do you do if you don't have access to the WEB-INF flex folder?


Remote ActionScript Dynamic Endpoints

When using remote objects in Flex (for BlazeDS) you may want to change the endpoint (server, port and context root) and switch between servers. This is useful if your development environment contains both testing and production servers (as it should).

The usual way is to define these settings in the Flex/Flash Builder project when the project is created but this is not easily changed once it's been set up.