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Re: can u post json data to crossDomain server page without xmlhttpObject?

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  • potatono
    Not entirely true. You can use JSON and dynamically created script tags to get around cross site scripting limitations. I think the question here was can you
    Message 1 of 3 , Aug 19, 2006
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      Not entirely true. You can use JSON and dynamically created script
      tags to get around cross site scripting limitations. I think the
      question here was can you use HTTP POST with this technique, and the
      answer is no. You can only HTTP GET with dynamically created script tags.

      --- In json@yahoogroups.com, Michal Migurski <mike-jsonphp@...> wrote:
      >
      > The only sense in which JSON "avoids" Ajax, is that it's not XML
      > ("Ajaj"?). JSON is just a format for your data, you still need to
      > move it around using the same mechanisms provided by browsers such as
      > the terribly misnamed XmlHttpRequest or whatever. All the usual
      > methods and techniques used in Ajax apply, except the hassle of
      > parsing and building XML messages.
      >
      > -mike.
      >
      > On Aug 19, 2006, at 9:57 AM, Bhasker wrote:
      >
      > > i know u can read json data with the dynamic script tag.But can i post
      > > json crossDomain without xmlhttpObject? Evvvery link i go,they either
      > > talk about only webservices (reading json data) or other forms of
      > > strictly 'reading' json data. what about posting ? if people say you
      > > an avoid ajax with json ,why is that you still need xmlhttprequest
      > > object to 'send ' json data .
      > > PS:i dont want to send via a quertystring . any other options ?
      > >
      > > Keep CLicking,
      > > BHasker V Kode
      >
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