[Laszlo-user] Using PHP to proxy content

Benjamin Shine ben at laszlosystems.com
Wed Apr 5 11:52:47 EDT 2006


This sounds like a crossdomain.xml problem. Flash doesn't let you  
load content from another domain than the one that served up the swf  
unless the other domain has crossdomain.xml on it and includes your  
domain in the list of allowed domains.
In this example, you own example.com, right? So you could put your  
own crossdomain.xml on it, which should take care of it.

-ben

On Apr 5, 2006, at 5:37 AM, Matt Hubbard wrote:

> Hello,
>
> My environment:
> Linux
> lps-3.1.1
> Flash 7 plugin
> SOLO deployment
>
> I am attempting to proxy an swf from another domain into an openlaszlo
> text view using a server-side proxy written in php.  In lzx I create a
> URL to that points to the proxy script passing several parameters
> (session id, action to be executed, and a urlencoded filename).
>
> var asset = '<img src="' + gateway + '?PHPSESSID=' + canvas.sid +
> '&assetSrc=' + assetSrc + '&action=media' + '"/>';
>
> Then I add the resulting <img> tag to a text view called content:
>
> content.addText(asset);
>
> I don't get an error, but nothing shows up.  If I write  the asset var
> to the Debugger it reads correctly and if I visit that same url  
> with my
> browser directly it returns and plays the animation just fine, so I
> think the php works.  I notice that if I change my proxy call from:
>
> http://www.example.com/proxy.php?x=y&a=b
>
> to
>
> http://www.example.com/proxy.swf
> (here proxy.swf is my php proxy script with a hardcoded url to  
> retrieve
> )
>
> Suddenly it works.  However, I need to be able to pass the resource to
> retrieve to the proxy.  Can anyone shed some light on what I need  
> to do
> to get the text view to recognize my url as a call for flash?
>
> Many thanks,
>
> Matt Hubbard
>
>
>
>
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benjamin shine
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