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Javad Rashidi
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Joined: Feb 13, 2011
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I have created a simple webserver by java, when i request a file by url in browser for example http://127.0.0.1:9328/index.html it show page correctly but when i use Ajax it gave me nothing in fact xmlhttprequest.responseText is null. can anyone help me?


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Ulf Dittmer
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Is the request being sent by the browser? Is it being received by the server? If so, is everything OK so far? What is sent back? Is that OK? if so, what is received by the browser?


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Javad Rashidi
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yes everything work fine, server sent back file with the http header 200 status code. i asked my question wrong, the right question is how to load page from different host by ajax. when i use http://127.0.0.1:9328/index.html by ajax it work but when i use http://example.com/index.html it doesn't work.
Bear Bibeault
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Ajax cannot do that. For security purposes, an Ajax request must be made to the same server that served the page.

You can write a server-side proxy that handles the request, or, if the server supports it, you can try JSONP if all you are interested in is GET requests.


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