Why would you get a cross-domain error (in any browsers)? Surely the domain name used for your xmlhttprequest is the same domain name as the one used to access the site in the first place - no?

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On 21 Nov 2016, at 21:29, Booth Martin <booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I have spent the better part of a week, off and on, messing with xmlHTTP and JSON.parse. Accounting for the quirks of Internet Explorer has been a very frustrating experience. The error message that I am trying to make a cross-domain request when the file is in the same folder is getting really old.


On 11/21/2016 2:33 PM, Nathan Andelin wrote:

...You may notice that the stream file contains a JSON array. It consists of
"VALUE" and "TEXT" elements which correspond with the "value" and "text"
attributes of <select><option>'s referenced in the HTML page. A utility
generates the drop-down list from the JSON stream file, which yes is
located in an IFS directory. ...

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