[osflash] [XML-RPC] - port select
matt at dopelogik.com
Wed Nov 23 11:35:26 EST 2005
Can I quote you in the README? :)
On Nov 23, 2005, at 9:15 AM, Rákos Attila wrote:
> By default you cannot connect from your Flash movie to a server other
> than that one which is hosting your swf. However there are several
> 1. set up a gateway on the server hosting your movie for transferring
> requests and responses between the target server and your flash movie
> 2. place a small swf on the target server and load it into your movie
> (since this swf is originated from the target server you can load
> data from the server through it)
> 3. create a policy file in the root directory of the target server
> which allows establishing connection for flash movies originated
> from different domains
> In the present case the only realizable solution is the first one
> (since I think you don't have a direct access to google.com :))
> And there is some further reading on security restrictions and policy
> a> Hi,
> a> I want to carry out a google talk with XML-RPC but I do not know
> a> where to specify the port.
> a> talk.google.com:5222 and l.deketelaere at talk.google.com:5222 does
> a> function.
> a> It's return Error opening URL "talk.google.com:5222"
> a> thx,
> a> laurent
> a> Le 22-nov.-05 à 00:06, Matt Shaw a écrit :
>>> Dumb question, but is the xmlrpc stuff in your classpath?
>>> On Nov 21, 2005, at 11:07 AM, ali_o_kan wrote:
>>>> Hi list,
>>>> I did not succeed in making function the example of XML-RPC.
>>>> I opened the example_01.fla in Flash8 and published, when I
>>>> press OK
>>>> that remains blocked on "Please wait..."
>>>> did I forget to do something?
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