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outandouter says

Hey folks,

I have very quick question. I was trying to load an RSS Feed into a flash banner and it turns out that to read RSS Feed from another domain, the other domain has to allow access via crossdomain.xml.

I was wondering that if I could use some kind of server-side script like PHP or JS to pull the RSS feed and parse it to Flash given that crossdomain.xml still doesn’t allow access.

Is it possible?

- Kamil Waheed

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DaniMun says

You’d need a Proxy PHP

http://xmlrpcflash.mattism.com/proxy_info.php

Hope this helps ;)

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outandouter says

That was very helpful. I’ve found my way through. Thanks alot!

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DaniMun says

Glad to hear it ;)

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