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it means you need a crossdomain.xml file on the root of the server you are calling
The flash player enforces a variety of security rules. Most if not all of these
are turned off when running from eclipse. One of the rules is you are not allowed to access a url from a different domain then your flex application swf file was
So you flex app comes from http://myserver:8080/MyWeb/myFlex.html
but you are trying to access http://otherServer:9000/something.xml
So you have two choices:
Put a crossdomain.xml file in the root of otherServer or write a proxy
for myServer that forwards your requests.
Look in the doc for the crossdomain.xml format. It's a bit vague as to the location. They just say the ROOT of the webServer.
In tomcat that is in webapps/ROOT other web servers may be different. To test
if your crossdomain policy file is in the correct spot you should be able to see the file by entering
Did you get any answer on that ? or did you find any solution for this problem ?
I have the same one ...
all solutions are already mentioned in the post from JKohn99