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The person who reported the problem was me.
The solution was to add a NETWORK section to your manifest file that contains the paths of the server-side scripts that handle the AJAX requests.
For example, your manifest would look something like this:
Date: Tue, 28 Jul 2009 11:37:31 -0400
Subject: calling AJAX from locally cached page
Can someone refresh my memory on this?
I know that that we can use manifest files to locally cache pages.
However, I vaguely recall someone posting on this forum that they were unable to make an AJAX call using XMLHTTPRequest from a locally cached page. Is that right?
I also (vaguely) remember that somebody had a work around for this issue. Does anyone remember this one?
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