[Xerte] SendAndLoad confusion
Julian.Tenney at nottingham.ac.uk
Mon Feb 1 09:31:57 GMT 2010
So would I. It ought to struggle loading from a different domain if
there's no crossdomain policy on the server you're requesting the data
from - this ought to work at authoring tiime though?
loadXML uses an XML object's load method to load the data; sendAndLoad
uses sendAndLoad, but why that should be different beats me. No silly
mistakes in the path or anything?
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xmlPage.sendAndLoad(myReq, FileLocation + 'overhead.xml'); //this works
'http://www.myserver.com/access/xml/overhead.xml'); //this doesn't
//no event ever fires
I thought if it was security issue, loadXML shouldn't work either.
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