We try to implement a "web-application" where we have to access a
general web-site -- loaded into a frame -- from another frame using
domain-scripting. Our first soultion (which is working) uses the
setting of the required privilege to have "Universal BrowserReas"
The current version works if we have everything stored on the local
harddrive and also start it from that location (e.g.: c:\
\application.html). Having the script on a server produces the known
error that the rights to access cross-domain-content is not allowed.
Same applies to cross-domain-AJAX access.
Is there any way that we can allow a script to access information from
another domain as we are currently doing it with the PrivilegeManager
above? And is there a solution for the Internet Explorer.
Please let me know so we can post this
You might pass the info from one domain to another via the URL. The
window property "window.location.href" will give you not only the
address of the window but also whatever extra info occurs after a "?" in