[Laszlo-user] shout-out to fiddler (was Re: Problems with cross-domain SOLO deployment)
mgregor at laszlosystems.com
Thu Jun 1 16:18:18 EDT 2006
I second that...
Charles is an HTTP proxy / HTTP monitor / Reverse Proxy that enables a
developer to view all of the HTTP traffic between their machine and the
Internet. This includes requests, responses and the HTTP headers (which
contain the cookies and caching information). Charles also allows you to
throttle bandwidth to test loading sequences and the like.
On Thu, Jun 1, 2006 at 12:11 PM, Scott Evans wrote:
> Just wanted to mention that I find Fiddler to be invaluable for
> OpenLaszlo development. Great tool, far better than livehttpheaders
> right now. It works fine w/Firefox too, just set up a proxy to
> Highly recommended.
> On Thu, 1 Jun 2006, Adam Wolff wrote:
>> Flash will make the request for crossdomain.xml on whatever port
>> you're requesting content from, so if your dataset is like:
>> <dataset src="http://remove.bar.com:8080/my.jsp"
>> then you need be sure to serve your crossdomain file on that port. A
>> debugging proxy like liveheaders (for firefox) or fiddler should shed
>> some light on the problem.
>> On Jun 1, Grzegorz Jakacki wrote:
>>> I am having problems with SOLO cross-domain deployment. I created a
>>> small allplication that is served from host LOCAL.FOO.COM and makes
>>> HTTP request to host REMOTE.BAR.COM . There is a
>>> http://remote.bar.com/crossdomain.xml set up properly to allow
>>> requests from Flash applications served by local.foo.com .
>>> When I serve the application using LPS on LOCAL, things work --- it
>>> connects to REMOTE and downloads data.
>>> If I compile the application to SWF and serve using Apache from
>>> LOCAL, things break --- it fails to load the data from REMOTE (I do
>>> not even get 'ontimeout' in reasonable time).
>>> Am I doing something wrong or maybe this mode of operation is not
>>> supported by Laszlo?
>>> PS: LPS-3.1, SWF6.
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