|Re: [Upload Widget] Access Denied? [message #533494 is a reply to message #532384]
||Fri, 14 May 2010 09:18
|| Ralf Sternberg
Registered: July 2009
if you can come up with a snippet that reproduces the problem, please
file a bug. But, needless to say, without being able to reproduce, we
can't do anything.
Maybe the problem is related to your customers environment? For example,
is there a proxy? If IE-only, can you reproduce it with the same
Windows/Service Pack/IE version? ...
Tingel Christian wrote:
> My clients told me that when using the Upload widget by selecting a file
> and clicking the "Upload" button, sometimes the RAP application UI will
> Access Denied" immediately.
> It is said that we can easily reproduce this problem by enable the
> code:uploadWidget.setData(WidgetUtil.CUSTOM_WIDGET_ID, "XXX"); but
> actually I just can't reproduce it no matter turning the code on on or
> I googled this issue and most articles tell me that this kinda problem
> is mainly caused by crossing domain fied accessing.But It's really
> confusing cos I just can't see any probability that this kind of code
> would be there existing in the RAP framework.
> So I wonder whether or not you have ever met this kinda error before?How
> can we solve or work arround it?
> Thanks and Best Regards!
> Tingel Christian
> PS: This is what the error page says:
> Access Denied
> org.eclipse.swt.EventUtil.suspendEventHandling();var req =
> org.eclipse.swt.Request.getInstance();req.setRequestCounter( "37");var
> wm = org.eclipse.swt.Widget....BlahBlahBlah~~~
> We are using RAP 1.2.0, this problem mostly occurs in IE6.
> Thanks again~~~
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