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GWT HTTP RequestBuilder

karun kumar

Joined: Nov 11, 2011
Posts: 1

I am using GWT HTTP RequestBuilder in my application to exchange information between 2 servers, out of which 1 server hosts my GWT application and another is general server which hosts j2ee application

both servers domains are as follows

server 1. http://factory-dev03.example.com:8111/

server 2. http://factory-dev109.example.com:8111/

in IE browser i am getting response with status code as '200' from server 2 but in FireFox and Safari i am getting response with status code as '0'.

i have gone through same origin policy (http://code.google.com/webtoolkit/doc/2.0/FAQ_Server.html#What_is_the_Same_Origin_Policy,_and_how_does_it_affect_GWT)

and i also added <add-linker name="xs"/> in application.gwt.xml file but no luck.

below is my code for reference

String url="http://factory-dev03.example.com:8111/CustomerUI-dev03/ims_ui/ui/WizardJavaScriptUpdated.jsp";

RequestBuilder builder = new RequestBuilder(RequestBuilder.GET, URL.encode(url));

Request request = builder.sendRequest("", new RequestCallback() {

public void onError(Request request, Throwable exception) {
Window.alert("Request Builder Failed");

public void onResponseReceived(Request request, Response response) {
Window.alert("Request Builder passed"+response.getStatusCode());




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subject: GWT HTTP RequestBuilder
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