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Third-party JS Libraries and XHR cross-domain requests

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  • Hello,

    I am running into issues while developping a Windows Store app implementing the Jabber javascript SDK. This jquery-based SDK allows you to connect to a Cisco communication server to send/receive messages between users and share presence states. 

    The problems I am having is that the SDK attempts to send a request (for the connection) to the communication server using XHR javascript function and Visual Studio throws me an Javascript Access Denied error that I can't get passed even trying to add the URL of the server in the whitelist manifest (because it is not an HTTPS uri and the manifest won't take the HTTP uri).

    What would you suggest to perform what I am trying to do within a Windows 8 Store app? How come I cannot add an HTTP uri into the manifest whitelist? Have you already had to deal with the Jabber SDK in such an environment?

    Thank you very much for your help,

    Kind regards.


    Thursday, February 12, 2015 2:54 PM

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