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Re: [Gnash-dev] SendAndLoad

From: Carlos Castro
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] SendAndLoad
Date: Sun, 22 Nov 2009 13:26:41 +0000

Thanks for the replys.

I've looked at my server acess.log and error.log for both situations:

1. Using firefox with the adobe flashplayer plugin I was successful,
and my acess.log registered my request (log attached)

2.Using gnash my server logs doesn't register any entry.

Does that warning about the "SWF file can't acess network files" has
anything to do with it?

Carlos Castro

2009/11/22 Benjamin Wolsey <address@hidden>:
> Am Sonntag, den 22.11.2009, 12:37 +0000 schrieb Carlos Castro:
>> I've created a simple html page containing simply an swf application.
>> I have a PHP page running on my server (localhost) that responds to
>> the SWF application requests. It all works well if I run it from my
>> browser.
>> The problem is when I run the SWF application using gnash player it
>> gives me the 503 error.
>> I've atached a jpeg of the gnash verbose output.
> The sendAndLoad function just sends a string of data as a get or post
> request and waits for a reply. Your server is sending an error response,
> meaning it has had an error (at the latest) while handling the request,
> which suggests that unexpected data may be being sent (though a 503 -
> service unavailable - response sounds a bit like a server bug as well).
> As it's your server, you should be able to see what query is received
> under both circumstances (Gnash and the Adobe plugin), and if you tell
> us the difference between them we might be able to fix it.
> It's worth checking things like the "referer" field, whether it's sent
> as get or post, or if the query string is escaped differently, is
> missing fields, or contains a double '?' etc.
> Also note that Gnash used to send sendAndLoad requests using the post
> method by default. This was wrong, and is fixed at least since 0.8.6.
> bwy
> --
> The current release of Gnash is 0.8.6
> Benjamin Wolsey, Software Developer -

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