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    Unpaid WDF Intern TheGAME1264's Avatar
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    I am attempting to create a form that other sites will be able to use regardless of server operating platform and have created a simple form at the following:

    http://www.adamwebdesign.com/lrs/searchbox.htm

    (I know it kind of looks cheesy right now but I just want to get it to work at this point. I can worry about how it looks after).

    I can get the dropdown list boxes to populate in IE 5+ and in Netscape 4, but Netscape 7 gives me the following error:

    Error: uncaught exception: java.security.PrivilegedActionException: sun.plugin.liveconnect.OriginNotAllowedException: JavaScript is not from the same origin as the Java code, caller=http://www.adamwebdesign.com, callee=http://www.vacaturevijver.nl/remote/

    What does this mean and how do I work around it for NS 7? (Damn you AOL!) Thanks.
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    I guess it has something to do with the action being another domain, and NS7 thinks there are some security conflicts. But I',m sure you already knew this?

    P.S You dutch?
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    when is this error meant to happen? i use NS7 (not by choice lol) and i didn't get any errors
    JR

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    Kings: I did think of that as a possibility. Is that something you can disable in Netscape? (I took a brief look in preferences but couldn't see it anywhere.) Or is this something that Java is just absolutely paranoid about and thus won't allow me to do it for even a simple Javascript?

    I'm not Dutch myself but I do have a Dutch client. That's right, The GAME is going global! YA HEARD ME!

    jravenscroft: it doesn't actually show a javascript error at all. I only figured it out by typing javascript: into the address bar once I thought it had finished loading.
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