Re: Cross-domain resource access (for Java files)
Andrew Thompson wrote:
On Aug 18, 1:27 pm, Andrew Thompson <andrewtho...@gmail.com> wrote:
In my discussions of potential source at Knute's site for
test documents, he suggested that perhaps I could use a
proxy server to get the source into my site in the sandboxed
And now I really think about it, Knute might just
have meant a proxy for *his* site, since we have a
pre-existing arrangement of linking to some of those
No I meant to have at your site so that the applet you served up could
get the source code page from there rather than having to get it from
the actual site. This would save your applet from having to ask for
permission. I don't know about you but I rarely look at signed applets
unless I know where they are coming from.
On the other hand, the applet will be configurable
by URL*, so I need to think on a wider scale.
And instead of proxying(sp) any page, maybe just the links in the applet
can talk to the proxy? It might be handy to get at any page though.
* And I do not want to have to maintain a list of
'buy in' domains, better to let the site refuse at
I think so too.
Oh, and bug reports etc. are welcome, but I doubt
that the document parsing ability will ever be
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