Flash Error Opening Url Crossdomain Xml
at least in this incarnation. (I'm using Linux as the server Mandriva on my dev. and i don't think c:\root_folder\assest_folder\crt.jpg....works in flash.........you are using windows as a server right? the problem is drupal is trying to use http://crossdomain.xml and not my actual URL? Also, copy and paste the url in your web browser to see if it connects. http://epssecurenet.com/flash-error/flash-error-opening-url.html
Re: Error opening URL 'http://fpdownload.adobe.com/pub/swz/crossdomain.xml' obssessless Oct 15, 2012 2:44 PM (in response to Hero Protagonist) I am getting the same warning. Remember, everytime you want to connect to a new file, it has to be whitelisted. Her career includes 12 years at Macworld magazine. Highlights include working with new-style text in the text-layout framework (practically a mini-page layout program inside Flash), working with the new Color panel and other updated interface features, a look at
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- I tried changing the HTTP Keep-Alive timeout headers for the XML to no avail e.g. For reference: I'm using Flash 8 and FP9.
- This is probably the number one problem I run into with flash.
- Any ideas what the problem could be?
- Give your host a call, tell them your problem and ask them to whitelist the files you are trying to connect to and you should be good to go.
- Reply With Quote 08-12-2007,09:36 AM #16 calmchess View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Senior Member Join Date Sep 2006 Location Earth Posts 2,588 use absolute paths ...http://localhost /asset_folder/crt.jpg always..../root_folder/assestfolder/crt.jpg has
Hi theTick, Both the xml and jpegs are on the same server (and domains) - although, this isn't the case when I'm testing in the authoring environment. Use the full path, don't use relative links. Hope I helped! Advanced Search Forum Flash Help ActionScript 2.0 [RESOLVED] Error opening URL (external resources) If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above.
Reply With Quote 08-12-2007,08:14 AM #2 calmchess View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Senior Member Join Date Sep 2006 Location Earth Posts 2,588 so the xml resource cannot be loaded more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed With Flash Professional CS5 Visual QuickStart Guide, readers get a solid grounding in the fundamentals of the most recent version of the software. Otherwise, Call your webhost and yell at them ;) I have hosted with godaddy, hostgator and liquidweb.
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I have tried setting runtime shared libraries to link statically and it does not remove the warning. weblink The XML is running off an internal development webserver - with the swf hosted the same domain and System.security.allowDomain set-up. you do know the .swf and php have to be on the webserver in order for the php to fire right? ~calmchess~ Reply With Quote 08-12-2007,09:19 AM #11 looksystems View Profile Log in or register to post comments News itemsDrupal news Planet Drupal Association news Social media directory Security announcements Jobs Our communityCommunity Getting involved Services, Training & Hosting Groups & Meetups
machine and Fedora on the live server). Hopefully one of these solutions helps you. Usually for me the "Error opening URL" is due to a coding problem on the site I'm trying to connect to.
Or do I need to open up another port?
If your server is running fine, then its most likely a code problem. On the Response tab you should see a few other tabs near the bottom. View the Headers tab. Is the flash player timing out?
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Okay so, I've put a trace on the loadMovie and on the loadXML here's an example: LOAD: http://localhost/assets/products/boy...180/CRT25w.jpg [snip] Error opening URL "http://localhost/assets/products/boy/tees/thumbs/180x180/CRT25w.jpg" RETRY (1): http://localhost/assets/products/boy...180/CRT25w.jpg _level0.imageMenu_mc.mcLargeImages.Boy_Tees_CRT25 This can happen when Show 7 replies 1. Yes, I want to use PlusCaptcha for my site!