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    Default Possible solution found, RE: Java JRE 6 Update 21 - 22 RS Problem

    Our company has been having the same problem as was originally described in the thread called:

    Java JRE 6 Update 21 - 22 RS Problem

    Today I believe I found a solution and wanted to put this out here in case it would help others.

    Create a file called crossdomain.xml in the root directory of the website that is broken.

    Here's a site that explains how to create one of those and what to put in it:

    CurtisMorley.com Flash / Flex Tutorial – How to Create a crossdomain.xml file.

    I created that file for our website and now remote scripting is back to working, even with JRE 6 Update 23.

    HTH,
    Jan

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    This is the actual link to the original thread:- Java JRE 6 Update 21 - 22 RS Problem

    But that thread has been closed.

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    I would have posted the solution on the original thread except for the closed status there. No solution was ever found as of the last post on that thread on 1/28.

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    oh thanks for this, I will try this asap, i was bumbed the thread got closed and so called moved, but couldn't find where it was moved to. Now I found your post. I'll let you know if it worked!

    thanks in advance!

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    sadly this doesn't seem to change a thing...

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    Ok, I managed to get it working with above suggestion and others aswell.

    The problem is quite simple now that I found it. Since Java 6u22 the java checks the reverse dns from the !Ip! that called the action and compares it with the actual domain.
    So if your reverse lookup for the ip is different from the domainname this will not work.
    Try to test this with: nslookup ip , and if the resultstring is different from your actual domain you found the problem. You can fix this by adding a line in the hosts file.
    like this:
    127.0.0.1 www.domain.com
    or put it in your actual dns controller if you have access to it, this can cause double ptr records which is not good...

    the third solution is the above, making a crossdomain.xml file and add it to the root of your IP! not of the domain... if you have several domains on the same server make sure you check it.
    position should be http://X.X.X.X/crossdomain.xml .
    this will only work if you use ALL permissions of, so allow * ..

    good luck :) glad I finally got this working...

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