In the business layer of cairngorm, I'm invoking a login url
on webseal via the classical invocation:
var call : Object = myServ.send(variables);
The issue is that, when invoking, the browser gets twice a
407 as error, and finally a 200. On Mozilla, the request result is
considered to be 200 so the 'result()' method is invoked on the
command layer. But the bahaviour is different on IE... there, the
first response seems to be the one used to determine whether the
invocation is successfull or not, and, as a consequence, CG invokes
the fault method on the command layer. Still, behind the scene, the
webseal invocation is successfull (final HTTP code is 200).
This implies that on IE the code does not reach the 'result'
method, so I cannot use the ResultEvent to know if the login was
successfull or not, as it is on Firefox. The request is considered
to have generated a 'FaultEvent'.
Is it possible to tell the business layer, in the HTTP call,
to ignore 407 errors and to 'wait' the end of the url execution
before sending the request return code to Cairngorm ?