Friday, October 24, 2008

85turns presents Siverlight mad Simple

Accessing external data feeds with Silverlight 2.0

Along with this difference is the ability to access data.  ASP.NET applications can use the HttpWebRequest or call a web service not located on the same server.  Since Silverlight runs on the client, it is a potential security risk to access data from a server where the XAP did not originate.  SO, the introduction (it’s a standard practice for Flash) of the client access policy.  Briefly, create a file named clientaccesspolicy.xml with the xml content below, and your service/data is ready to be consumed by Silverlight.

85turns presents Siverlight mad Simple

3 comments:

Matt said...

The whole client access thing can really trip you up from doing things...

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