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Phonegap ajax call issue Origin null is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin.
Hi first test on real device , it will solve your issue . check your confix.xml and add <access origin="*" /> if you need to test in browser use any local server (if php xampp or wampp).

Categories : Ajax

XmlHttpRequest cannot load ajax call [my url]. Origin [my domain] is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin
Modern browsers will not allow you to make Ajax calls between different domains. You'll have to set up permissions in crossdomain.xml or use a JSONP call. There's plenty other information about this on SO: XmlHttpRequest error: Origin null is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin

Categories : Jquery

ajax call to asp web servers gives is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin. error
Access-Control-Allow-Origin is not a server side issue, it is the client. You can't make calls for content from a different domain...including a different security level ie ssl or a sub domain or socket!. There is a work around though, JSONP. This allows you to call a script to execute as a call back function. The response from the sever needs to be either wrapped in the callback function sent in the request or if you use jquery, lt will handle the dirty work for you. See example `jQuery.ajax({ dataType: 'jsonp', data: payload, url: "http://someotherdomain.com?callback=?", jsonp: true}) .done(function (response, status, request) { if (response.success) processResponse(response.success); console.log("do

Categories : Asp Net

Origin http://localhost:3000 is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin
Since they are running on different ports, they are different domains. It doesn't matter that they are on the same machine/hostname. You need to enable CORS on the server (localhost:8080). Check out this site: http://enable-cors.org/ All you need to do is add an HTTP header to the server: Access-Control-Allow-Origin: http://localhost:3000 Or, for simplicity: Access-Control-Allow-Origin: *

Categories : Javascript

XHR Error : Origin http://localhost is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin
You have to replace the absolute url http://localhost:8080/login with a relative url like /login. Otherwise, if you don't want to change the url, you can add crossDomain: true to your ajax function which will be the following : var login = function() { $.ajax({ url: "http://localhost:8080/login", type: 'POST', data: { key: "value" }, crossDomain: true; error: function(jqXHR){console.log("Error");} }).done(function(data, textStatus, jqXHR) { console.log(jqXHR.responseText); }); return false; }

Categories : Java

Origin null is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin not working with jsonp
While the source url and the destination url don't match you will always have this error! You can't do an ajax request from "file:///E:/Project/WebSite/SourceWebsite/test.html", to "http://yourdomain:33219/iSes/Pro/RfsPro.svc/GetPro/", because it's a violation of the Same Origin Policy. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Same-origin_policy You can do an ajax request to the server if and only if the protocol, url and port are the same. If you want to access to : "http://yourdomain:33219/iSes/Pro/RfsPro.svc/GetPro/" You must be at "http://yourdomain:33219/something" I hope I made myself clear.

Categories : Javascript

Can't find origin in Access-Control-Allow-Origin header in Internet Explorer
Does it work on IE10, where CORS is finally supported? If so, your problem is that you need to use XDomainRequest on IE8 and IE9. Also, check to make sure your BOSH, JavaScript, and HTML URLs are all HTTPS or all HTTP, not a mix. IE10 enforces this for same-origin where many other browsers don't.

Categories : Javascript

Chrome create extention to avoid origin file // is not allowed by access-control-allow-origin
Your solution definitely has nothing to do with creating a chrome extension. What you read with regards to that is only for those actually developing a Chrome extension and will not help you on your site. Read the link given by Satya in the comments. Here it is again: Cross Domain Requests

Categories : Javascript

XMLHttpRequest cannot load "THIS URL" Origin http://localhost:3000 is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin.
It says it right there in the error. You cannot do any AJAX requests (aside from jsonp) to a different domain due to Access-Control-Allow-Origin.

Categories : Javascript

Deploying website locally and Origin null is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin on chrome?
Well, you are rather restricted in this case. If you're offline, then you need a database on the client. Normal browsers such as Chrome do not allow you do access the file system (think of the security implications if any website can access your file system). Thus, you really need a database to be running. Luckily, there's an HTML5 client based database option: http://blog.darkcrimson.com/2010/05/local-databases/

Categories : Jquery

"XMLHttpRequest cannot load Origin is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin" Error for invoking SOAP request
You'd need to modify your GET request to be a JSONP request. How to make a JSONP request from Javascript without JQuery?

Categories : Rest

Angularjs: Failed to load resource: Origin null is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin in chrome
You need to open your chrome with following command. (Press window+R) Chrome.exe --allow-file-access-from-files Note : Your chrome must not be open. When you run this command chrome will open automatically. If you are entering this command in command prompt then select your chrome installation directory then use this command.

Categories : Google Chrome

Origin http://localhost is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin with xui.js
Same origin policy is enforced by the browser to protect websites from other websites making xhr requests and displaying their content as if it was their own. So site A.com cannot connect to B.com with XHR or: http://A.com cannot connect to http://sub.A.com localhost:80 cannot connect to localhhost:8080 A way to deal with this is to use JSONP or CORS headers but CORS is not wel supported in IE<10.

Categories : Javascript

Origin null is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin html5
If have seen that many encountered this issue. Google apparently leaves you no option but to use the API for maps using a server connection. For those who only wish to retrieve information about places using the google maps API, which in the JSON provided by Google, I recommend using FourSquare's API instead, which allows cross-platform queries, something that Google Maps apparently does not. And so, as for the solution, you can use the code above, but replace the content of the var url with this: https://api.foursquare.com/v2/venues/search?ll=40.7,-74&radius=10&oauth_token=YOURKEY&v=20130628&callback=? You can get a Key and the full code by registering on https://developer.foursquare.com/

Categories : Json

XMLHttpRequest cannot load URL. Origin not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin
Use Ajax with JSONP if you want in jquery For javascript see here , http://developer.chrome.com/extensions/xhr.html and http://www.leggetter.co.uk/2010/03/12/making-cross-domain-javascript-requests-using-xmlhttprequest-or-xdomainrequest.html Use .json format data rather than .xml to make your application simpler and faster i.e http://api.wunderground.com/api/3c6e3d838e217361/geolookup/conditions/forecast/q/51.11999893,-114.01999664.json

Categories : Javascript

"Origin domain.com is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin." problems
JSONP? $.ajax({ url:'http://domain.domain.com/?p=subscribe&id=1', dataType:"jsonp", jsonp:"jsonpcallback", success:function(data){ //to do what you want } });

Categories : Misc

Origin is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin , jquery mobile
You can force Google Chrome to not moan about Cross-domain-origin(s) Adding this flag --disable-web-security when running chrome will allow you to test successfully. I've added it to the target variable of my Chrome shortcut on my desktop like so: "C:Program Files (x86)GoogleChromeApplicationchrome.exe" --disable-web-security Hence everytime I start Chrome it automatically is started with this flag in place and I can test cross-domain ajax calls without any issues.

Categories : Jquery

Origin domain.com is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin
The browser will send a pre-flight request to check if the requested domain allows CORS by checking the response headers. The domain you are requesting to should know about the domain you're requesting from. So on domain.com implement something like this (PHP example): $allowed_domains = array("http://sub.domain.com"); if (isset($_SERVER['HTTP_ORIGIN']) && in_array($allowed_domains, $_SERVER['HTTP_ORIGIN'])) { // emit CORS header header('Access-Control-Allow-Origin: ' . $_SERVER['HTTP_ORIGIN']); // enable session/cookies header('Access-Control-Allow-Credentials: true'); // optional headers here header("Access-Control-Allow-Headers: Content-Type"); } if ($_SERVER["REQUEST_METHOD"] === "OPTIONS") { // CORS pre-flight request, we don't need to do a

Categories : Javascript

Origin is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin in angularjs and asp.net mvc
The request is getting to the server because the server is returning a 401. See the network tab in Chrome dev tools or Firebug. Assuming you have the Access-Control-Allow-Origin header already, you probably need to specify the Access-Control-Allow-Headers header and add Content-Type as its value. Maybe post your CORS config/code?

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Origin localhost: is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin
Hello I solved the problem like that: In the web.xml add this to between <servlet></servlet> : <init-param> <param-name>com.sun.jersey.spi.container.ContainerResponseFilters</param-name> <param-value>"YOURPACKAGENAME".ResponseCorsFilter</param-value> </init-param> And add this class to your package import com.sun.jersey.spi.container.ContainerRequest; import com.sun.jersey.spi.container.ContainerResponse; import com.sun.jersey.spi.container.ContainerResponseFilter; import javax.ws.rs.core.Response; import javax.ws.rs.core.Response.ResponseBuilder; public class ResponseCorsFilter implements ContainerResponseFilter { @Override public ContainerResponse filter(ContainerRequest req, ContainerResponse contResp) { R

Categories : Jquery

Not cross-domain. XMLHttpRequest cannot load localhost:portNo1 . Origin localhost:portNo2 is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin
Well, that's the problem. Cross-origin restrictions do not allow you to communicate across ports without sending a Access-Control-Allow-Origin: * header. A better solution would be to use Nginx or some other webserver to reverse proxy those two running applications to the same domain and port.

Categories : Javascript

MVC Access-Control-Allow-Origin
You're using an absolute url (http://localhost/AppName/ControllerName/GetData), what is only valid on your local environment. Change it to something like this url: "/AppName/ControllerName/GetData",

Categories : C#

getJson Access-Control-Allow-Origin
By default, IIS in W2K3 and above won't serve files that aren't of a MIME type that it knows about (instead returning 404 errors). You need to add a MIME type to IIS to allow it to serve that type of file. You can set it at the site level or at the server level. To set this for the entire server: Open the properties for the server in IIS Manager and click MIME Types Click "New". Enter "JSON" for the extension and "application/json" for the MIME type.

Categories : Json

S3 - Access-Control-Allow-Origin Header
I was having a similar problem with loading web fonts, when I clicked on 'add CORS configuration', in the bucket properties, this code was already there: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <CORSConfiguration xmlns="http://s3.amazonaws.com/doc/2006-03-01/"> <CORSRule> <AllowedOrigin>*</AllowedOrigin> <AllowedMethod>GET</AllowedMethod> <MaxAgeSeconds>3000</MaxAgeSeconds> <AllowedHeader>Authorization</AllowedHeader> </CORSRule> </CORSConfiguration> I just clicked save and it worked a treat, my custom web fonts were loading in IE & Firefox. I'm no expert on this, I just thought this might help you out.

Categories : Amazon

Access-Control-Allow-Origin using ShareJS
On server side in node.js, if you are using express.js you need to add extra headers, that will allow cross-domain traffic from server side: app.configure(function() { app.use(function(req, res, next) { res.header('Access-Control-Allow-Credentials', true); res.header('Access-Control-Allow-Origin', req.headers.origin); res.header('Access-Control-Allow-Methods', 'GET,PUT,POST,DELETE'); res.header('Access-Control-Allow-Headers', 'X-Requested-With, X-HTTP-Method-Override, Content-Type, Accept'); next(); }); app.set('jsonp callback', true); }); On client side you still might end up with security issues, so it is even better to use JSONP, so from server side response like that: res.jsonp({ hello: 'world' }); And on client side AJAX like that: $.ajax({ url: "www

Categories : Javascript

Access-Control-Allow-Origin ISSUES
I found a workaround to this. Infact a solution. The new twitter API 1.1 uses a Oauth plugin. So there is a PHP code which i got from https://github.com/abraham/twitteroauth and entered the keys i got by registering an application on twitter and then i used the json generated by the php and formatted it using jquery using another javascript... This is the solution i got from http://www.webdevdoor.com/php/authenticating-twitter-feed-timeline-oauth/ Thanks a lot TOM

Categories : Http

Access-Control-Allow-Origin Limit
No, multiple Access-Control-Allow-Origin headers are not allowed. You can only have one Access-Control-Allow-Origin response header, and that header can only have one origin value or * (e.g. you can't have multiple space-separated origins). Your best option is to read the incoming Origin header, check its value against a whitelist, and only emit the Access-Control-Allow-Origin header if the Origin is allowed. Here's an example in pseudo-code: origin = request.getHeader('Origin'); for each domain in myDomains if (domain == origin) // Add header if the origin is whitelisted addheader Access-Control-Allow-Origin: domain return // Otherwise exit the for loop without adding any headers.

Categories : Asp Net

How to specify subdirectory in Access-Control-Allow-Origin
Judging by the RFC (6454), it appears you cannot define the Allow Origin in this way. You can define a sub domain, but not a sub directory

Categories : PHP

Access-Control-Allow-Origin not allowed
Also try sending the following headers from this post: // Specify domains from which requests are allowed header('Access-Control-Allow-Origin: *'); // Specify which request methods are allowed header('Access-Control-Allow-Methods: GET, POST, OPTIONS'); // Additional headers which may be sent along with the CORS request // The X-Requested-With header allows jQuery requests to go through header('Access-Control-Allow-Headers: X-Requested-With'); // Set the age to 1 day to improve speed/caching. header('Access-Control-Max-Age: 86400');

Categories : Apache

Canvas, iframe and Access-Control-Allow-Origin
I found the solution to my problem (and saw that nobody answered). Actually I forgot something... I was using the sandbox attribute in the iframe tag and that was the problem. Once removed, images started to be accessible within the canvas, in Firefox and Chrome at least (did not test IE yet). Anyway, the sandbox attribute still has a very bad support and is probably totally useless in a cross-domain scenario. So. I can confirm that with a normal iframe (without any sandbox parameter) there are no problems when loading images into a canvas, within an iframe, if and only if the image is in the same domain of the canvas page.

Categories : Http

Swagger Spring Access-Control-Allow-Origin.
Basically, you need to enable CORS in your server - perhaps your localhost had it enabled, but it isn't enabled in Heroku (I don't really know anything about Heroku). You need your server to return the following headers: Access-Control-Allow-Methods: POST, GET, OPTIONS , PUT Access-Control-Allow-Origin: * Often, this is done by adding a filter which adds this to all Swagger requests (requests that originate from your Swagger UI) You can find an example of this in the Swagger sources.

Categories : Spring

Not being allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin $.ajax
Because of this header Access-Control-Allow-Origin:https://api.paris.fr the browser won't let you do that. As a workaround you could use a proxy. Make a PHP script (or similar) that fetches the JSON from the original source and outputs it. apiproxy.php <?php echo file_get_contents("https://api.paris.fr:3000/data/1.1/QueFaire/get_geo_activities/?token=3fc939c673e62e7a161ef036699c0a22bc1eed9f076da6236eaca89ab6ef4521&created=0&lat=48.8742&lon=2.3470&radius=1000&offset=0&limit=30"); jQuery $.get("http://yourserver.com/apiproxy.php", function(data) { // use data })

Categories : Ajax

S3 not returning Access-Control-Allow-Origin headers?
First of all, make sure an Origin header with every request. If no Origin header is sent, S3 won't send access-control headers, as S3 deems them irrelevant (and typically, they are). A browser (for which the CORS mechanism is meant) will automatically send an Origin header when doing cross-origin HTTP requests through XMLHTTPRequest. In case of loading images with img, you need to add crossorigin="anonymous" attribute. See MDN Documentation on crossorigin attribute. This will cause the browser to send an Origin request header like it does with XMLHTTPRequest. Going by the answer of Sam Selikoff, you may need to change <AllowedOrigin>http://*</AllowedOrigin> to <AllowedOrigin>http://*</AllowedOrigin> <AllowedOrigin>https://*</AllowedOrigin> I

Categories : Amazon

Access-Control-Allow-Origin getJSON Rails
try this out instead of $.getJSON('http://localhost:3000/tags.json' + '&callback=?', function(data) use this $.getJSON('/tags.json' + '?callback=?', function(data)

Categories : Jquery

Access-Control-Allow-Origin error on same domain
The difference between the URLs is the "www.", and I think that's enough to trigger "cross-domain". You're right that it's strange for a relative request to result in a dissimilar URL; perhaps it's something to do with JQuery's ajax method. You may be able to quickly fix the issue by either entering in the full hostname manually, or determining it with window.location

Categories : PHP

Access-control-allow-origin with multiple domains
There can only be one Access-Control-Allow-Origin response header, and that header can only have one origin value. Therefore, in order to get this to work, you need to have some code that: Grabs the Origin request header. Checks if the origin value is one of the whitelisted values. If it is valid, sets the Access-Control-Allow-Origin header with that value. I don't think there's any way to do this solely through the web.config. if (ValidateRequest()) { Response.Headers.Remove("Access-Control-Allow-Origin"); Response.AddHeader("Access-Control-Allow-Origin", Request.UrlReferrer.GetLeftPart(UriPartial.Authority)); Response.Headers.Remove("Access-Control-Allow-Credentials"); Response.AddHeader("Access-Control-Allow-Credentials", "true"); Response.Headers.Remove("Acce

Categories : C#

Can I add Access-Control-Allow-Origin: * to the default headers
Is it possible to add [HTTP] headers by default? Sure, add the following code in a G-WAN connection handler: case HDL_BEFORE_WRITE: { char head[] = "Access-Control-Allow-Origin: * "; http_header(HEAD_ADD, head, sizeof(head) - 1, argv); break; } This will be available for all replies, static and dynamic. If you want to be more selective, just add your filter in the code above.

Categories : Ajax

XMLHttpRequest and Web Workers Access-Control-Origin
I don't think webworkers have the same security level as the browser. Maybe you could ensure you scripts are returned with allow all origins header: header("Access-Control-Allow-Origin: *"); and probably best to removed your custom header: xmlhttp.setRequestHeader('Content-Type', 'text/plain'); This site has more information: http://enable-cors.org/

Categories : Javascript

CORS - why is Access-control-allow-origin header necessary?
This extra layer of acknowledgement gives servers a lot of flexibility over how they support CORS. For example: 1) A server has a lot of choices when setting the Access-Control-Allow-Origin header. It can use the * value to allow all clients, or it can limit the scope of clients by using the actual value of the origin (e.g. http://example.com). If a server does support CORS, but not for all origins, it could respond without error, but the Access-Control-Allow-Origin could be set to http://notyourorigin.com. 2) CORS allows even more flexibility via the Access-Control-Allow-Methods and Access-Control-Allow-Headers preflight response headers. These headers go beyond the simple binary success/error HTTP status, and provide more nuanced information about what is and is not supported in the se

Categories : Http

Access-Control-Allow-Origin: 500 Internal Error
I was just having the same issue, error 500 when I used: Header add Access-Control-Allow-Origin "*" It was due to a missing module , mod_headers , I just had to run on my server: sudo a2enmod headers as found here but i think you may need to edit manually .conf on OSX and uncomment the line: #LoadModule headers_module modules/mod_headers.so

Categories : PHP



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