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Is that an RPC fault? If so, then you are probably loading data into your app from outside of the sandbox. Is the data being loaded from a remote server? If so, then the target server needs a cross domain policy file that allows your Flex app to load data from it.
My ColdFusion files that pull the data are on the same server as my Flex files.
What is RPC?
I'm assuming I am able to just copy my local files and paste them on the server. Again, it works when called from the laptop that I built the application accessing through only the browser, but any other computer cannot.
I wonder if this could reflect some of the Flex security subtlties. For example, if your Flex app is posted at:
then if your related files were at
you might get an error. Here is a great Flash Player security intro topic in FB3 help:
Flash Player security overview
Files and data calls are on the same server. All my http calls in the Flex code match the URL I'm viewing.
Also, I am using Flex 2
It sounds like the CFCs being called are on your local server and hat's why they only work on your laptop. Take a look at your URLs and CFC paths.
I am not using CFCs. I am calling a coldfusion page that has a query that then builds an XML document using <cfprocessingdirective pageencoding = "utf-8" suppressWhiteSpace = "Yes">.
The CF server is 7.02
Please post the complete mxml tag that creates whatever service or object you are using.to get the remote data.
Still sounds like a security issue. Post the url that you use to call the Flex app and the url you use to access the CF page.