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try putting your crossdomain.xml file at the root of your web server. That is, in this case, it should be available at http://localhost:8080/crossdomain.xml.
You might want to hit that URL in the browser to confirm that you're indeed have placed the file at the right place.
Thanks, ATTA. I've tried this before, but nothing happened
I summarize my problem: I have an swf file that can access to MySQL database, but when I move that swf file to another place, it no longer can access to the database. If anyone has experience with this problem, please help !
Thanks a lot !
I have similar problem before, but have you tried changing the permission of the swf file to 755?
Another thing that you might want to check is, if you use PHP or Perl, whatever language to access the database, those codes need to be 755 for their permission too.
Hope this helps.
I followed ATTA's solution again and thus solved the problem. However, thanks for alice's answer :-)