1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 12, 2006 4:39 PM by Newsgroup_User

    Problem reading Local shared object

    aasimmomin
      Hi,

      I have 2 files *.swf files. The first one is creating a shared object while the second one reads the created shared object.
      The files works perfectly on my local machine and on my server, but the second file is not able to read the shared object on the client's server.
      Although both files work perfectly well on the client's local machine.

      I have checked and found that there is no synchronizing problem between the writing and reading of the shared object.

      Could there be some settings on the client's server which may be missing?

      Regards,
      Aasim Momin
        • 1. Re: Problem reading Local shared object
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          aasimmomin wrote:
          > Hi,
          >
          > I have 2 files *.swf files. The first one is creating a shared object while
          > the second one reads the created shared object.
          > The files works perfectly on my local machine and on my server, but the second
          > file is not able to read the shared object on the client's server.
          > Although both files work perfectly well on the client's local machine.
          >
          > I have checked and found that there is no synchronizing problem between the
          > writing and reading of the shared object.
          >
          > Could there be some settings on the client's server which may be missing?


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