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web service may connect without local server?

Leonidas Savvides
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WHEN i RUN AJAX FROM LOCAL WITH INTERNET CONN, WITHOUT LOCAL SERVER (neither remote server), well given a remote absolute url of eg a web service, may connect from a latest browser?
Eric Pascarello
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What is with the caps? Annoying

It is not possible to connect to another domain using Ajax with all browsers because of the smae domain secuirty policy. Hence why you are probably getting "Access Denied" errors. The easiest solution is making a proxy on your server.

Eric
Bear Bibeault
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I adjusted the subject to what I think you might have been trying to say. As Eric pointed out, posting in all caps is annoying. Annoying people who could help you does not sound like a sound strategy.


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