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Could still be authority. I am able to get the WSDL on a web service using my user, but if I use the same user to execute the call it fails. I have to use a more robust user to execute the call.. hey, you do what ya gotta do to get by... Good Luck
it's weird that the app works fine on other computers running on the same network though - it works on Windows and not Mac OS X
Here is a response I got from the Flex Data Services Team:
I'd be looking out for a security sandbox issue in my flashlog.txt file
(assuming that I had registered a fault handler for my WebService!) where by
the Mac webserver is now remote and the SWF is being loaded from another
computer, perhaps the Windows box where it originally worked locally. That
is, the remote Mac webserver is out of the security domain of the SWF and
you need to allow the Windows box hosting the SWF to contact the remote
Let us know if this helps.
Adobe Flex SDK Developer
"mablack" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I'm getting the following error (from the 'fault' event) when I try to
> invoke a
> WebService through an app running on a Mac machine (OS X 10.4.6, both in
> and Camino):
> Cannot invoke method MethodName as WSDL did not load successfully
> The app is built with Flex Beta 3, and works fine in Firefox/IE on
> The web server itself is running on my Mac, and I can open the URL to the
> in my browser, so there doesn't seem to be any access/permission
> Is there any Mac users here that have WebServices working, or anyone that
> any ideas on what's going wrong?
I didn't have the crossdomain.xml file on my webserver - oops :) It works fine now.
Thanks for your help.