We have a product that uses Directory and Flash to collect
data and then we send that data to a web server via a soap call. We
had been using an external perl script to do the soap call for many
years and are wanting to move the code in to Flash or Directory so
we can give the user better feed back about what is happening with
the soap call.
I created som flash scripts that use the XML object and the
sendAndLoad function to do the calls. The problem I am finding is
that if the client is behind a proxy the call fails. Is there a way
to fix this and correctly authenticate with the proxy server so
that the soap call goes through?
I don't know how you'd do this using a Flash object, but
built-in NetLingo xtra can handle SOAP requests as of version
this, in conjunction with the proxyServer() command, should
be all you
need - assuming you have access to proxy details.