0 Replies Latest reply on Feb 20, 2007 11:00 AM by lowercasem

    Security Sandbox Violation

      Hi Everyone,

      I am getting what looks like a cross-domain restriction error. However, the domains only differ in their C-Name. Does this seem right / wrong / confusing? The swf is being served by Tomcat (port 8700) on serverA and the code that references the swf is generated on ServerB. Both have a common domain name (ourCompanyDomain.com). Below is the error message... Thanks a TON for any insight you have!!

      SecurityError: Error #2060: Security sandbox violation: ExternalInterface caller http://serverA.ourCompanyDomain.com:8700/flex/aMiM/bin/aMiM.swf cannot access http://serverB.ourCompanyDomain.com/?&method=AMiM.complex.
      at flash.external::ExternalInterface$/flash.external:ExternalInterface::_initJS()
      at flash.external::ExternalInterface$/addCallback()
      at bridge::FABridge/initializeCallbacks()
      at bridge::FABridge$iinit()
      at aMiM/::_FABridge1_i()
      at aMiM$iinit()
      at mx.managers::SystemManager/create()
      at mx.managers::SystemManager/::initializeTopLevelWindow()
      at mx.managers::SystemManager/::frameEndHandler()