my problem is as follows:
i have one swf file - player.swf located under one domain - www.mediandb.com (it contains a flvPlayback component)
i have another swf file - BSSmartBar.swf - located under other domain - file.mediandb.com
the first line of code in the player.swf is 'System.security.allowDomain("files.mediandb.com");'
the first line of code in the BSSmartBar.swf is 'System.security.allowDomain("www.mediandb.com");'
the html containing the player.swf has the line 'allowScriptAccess=always'
player.swf loads BSSmartBar.swf.
everything works fine, until...
until a tween inside the BSSmartBar takes place. at that point i get a
Security Sandbox Violation warning message in the flash tracer window saying
SecurityDomain 'http://files.mediandb.com/SmartBar/BSSmartBar.swf' tried to access incompatible context 'http://www.mediandb.com/demos/beautifulstranger/player.html'
the weird thing is when i used adobe's built-in tween class, i got this warning right when the BSSmartbar loaded. it took me a while to find out that only declaring a Tween type var caused it (without having any tween aciton at all), so i tried switching to a custom tween class (i'm now using the GreenSock's TweenLite class) - and as i mentioned i get this warning when the tween takes place.
the thing is when i test it, besides that warning all works well, however apparently it causes some problems for my client.
any idea anybody?
thanks in advance,