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I setup a static-only application, mounted at the root of my domain, and put a simple file called crossdomain.xml there. When I try to access it, I get a "Not Found" error

Strangely, if I call the file anything else (like "index.xml", for example) then it works fine. What could be going on here?

asked 28 Dec '11, 08:44

drpepper
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Hi,

There is no reason for this to be happening. Have you made sure that you're not seeing a cached page in your browser? Try clearing your cache and refreshing with Ctrl+F5. If the problem persists, please open a ticket so we can take a look at it.

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answered 28 Dec '11, 09:05

todork
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You're right, it was a cache problem. Strange...

(28 Dec '11, 10:08) drpepper
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