i am using flash player 10.0.45.2
the function that calls filereference.dowload() , what does it's declaration look like ?
Are you initiating the download on user action(i.e; button click) or else you are doing it programatically.
There are new security restrictions in Flash Player 10. Try to install the Flash Player 9 and check once...this issue still exists.
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This is due to a security restriction that was added in Flash Player 10. Any download action (including a call to FileReference.download) must be launched on a user action. For example a button click, but the fact that you get the error means that the download is not launched directly from a user action. Beware of asynchronous server calls for instance, their response is not considered as a user action.
The solution is either to make the download be launched from a user click on a button (in a download confirmation pop up for instance), or to use Flash Player 9 on the client side.
Thanks for your help. I created a Alert Message before calling to my download method and called the method once user click on OK button.
It's working fine now. I also tried flash player 9. It's working fine with flash player 9 without user interection.
Thank a lot.