in the settings manager, click edit locations, add folder and navigate to the folder that contains the flash files for this project.
This is very interesting, the xmlLoader.load ( new URLRequest( backend + "?" + new Date().valueOf() ) ) call is working fine once I did as kglad said and added the path of the flash flies to the settings.
But, later in the code where I try to load the images from the same server, there is a security sandbox violation:
*** Security Sandbox Violation ***
SecurityDomain 'http://localhost:8042/img/PhotoParata-002.JPG' tried to access incompatible context
Here is the code that is causing the security sandbox violation:
imageLoader.load (new URLRequest("http://localhost:8042/img/PhotoParata-002.JPG"));
Ideally I would like to know how to setup things so that the Flash environment so it considers http://localhost:8042 to be where the Flash file originates so that these security violations go away.
i answered your new thread, but after seeing this i think you just need to use a local path from your swf's embedding html file to the assets you want to load.