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Are you sure you've put a correctly-formatted crossdomain.xml file on the root of your server? Sounds like you need one to allow BOTH tarindel.com and pr.tarindel.com
I'm not exactly sure what's considered the "root of my server", and maybe that's part of the problem.
My primary domain is learncpp.com. I have tarindel.com as an addon domain (which directs to learncpp.com/tarindel). pr.tarindel.com is a subdomain of the addon domain (which directs to learncpp.com/pr). So does the crossdomain.xml go in the root of pr.tarindel.com, tarindel.com, or learncpp.com? Because they're all different locations.
As far as Flex is concerned, this domain, " http://pr.tarindel.com/bin" is not the same as " http://pr.tarindel.com"
The crossdomain file goes on the server that serves the data/service you are trying to access. Yeah, "root of my server" is a fuzzy statement.
From what you have posted, it should go in the folder that is pointed to with: " http://pr.tarindel.com". To start with, use the completely open wildcard.
in a default IIS website this would be C:\inetpub\wwwroot.
In Jrun it would be: ...\jrun4\servers\default
I don't recall for Tomcat
It IS strange that the problem should be intermittent, though. A crossdomain issue should be always.
I agree, if it were really a crossdomain issue, I'd think it should happen every time.
I think I may have solved the problem -- even though I'd turned off the history, recompiled, and reuploaded the SWF to the server, my browser was probably still using the cached version. I manually cleared my cache and forced it to reload the new SWF, and it appears to be working properly now.
Thanks for taking the time to respond, everyone.