XDomainRequest

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Non standard
Cette fonctionnalité n'est ni standard, ni en voie de standardisation. Ne l'utilisez pas pour des sites accessibles sur le Web : elle ne fonctionnera pas pour tout utilisateur. Il peut également y avoir d'importantes incompatibilités entre les implémentations et son comportement peut être modifié dans le futur.

Summary

XDomainRequest is an implementation of HTTP access control (CORS) that worked in Internet Explorer 8–10. It was removed in Internet Explorer 11 in favor of using XMLHttpRequest with proper CORS; if you are targeting Internet Explorer 10 (which supports CORS) or later, or wish to support any other browser, you need to use standard HTTP access control.

This interface can send both GET and POST requests.

Syntax

var xdr = new XDomainRequest();

Returns a new XDomainRequest object, which can then be used to make and manage these requests.

Properties

XDomainRequest.timeout
Gets or sets the amount of time until a request times out.
XDomainRequest.responseText
Gets the response body as a string.

Methods

XDomainRequest.open()
Opens the request, specifing the method (GET/POST) and URL.
XDomainRequest.send()
Sends the request. POST data is specified in this method.
XDomainRequest.abort()
Aborts the request.

Event handlers

XDomainRequest.onprogress
A handler for when the request has made progress between the send method call and the onload event.
XDomainRequest.ontimeout
A handler for when the request times out.
XDomainRequest.onerror
A handler for when a request has errored.
XDomainRequest.onload
A handler for when the full response has been received from the server.

Example

if(window.XDomainRequest){
  var xdr = new XDomainRequest();

  xdr.open("get", "http://example.com/api/method");

  xdr.onprogress = function () {
    //Progress
  };

  xdr.ontimeout = function () { 
    //Timeout
  };

  xdr.onerror = function () { 
    //Error Occured
  };

  xdr.onload = function() {
    //success(xdr.responseText);
  }

  setTimeout(function () {
    xdr.send();
  }, 0);
}
 

Note: The xdr.send() call is wrapped in a timeout (see window.setTimeout() to prevent an issue with the interface where some requests are lost if multiple XDomainRequests are being sent at the same time.

Security

The XDomainRequest is built to be secure in multiple ways.

  • The origin's security protocol must match that of the requested URL. (http to http, https to https). If these do not match, the request will error "Access is Denied".
  • The requested URL's server must have the Access-Control-Allow-Origin header set to either all ("*") or to include the origin of the request.

Specifications

This interface and its methods are non-standard.

Browser compatibility

Feature Chrome Firefox (Gecko) Internet Explorer Opera Safari
XDomainRequest Pas de support Pas de support 8.0-10 Pas de support Pas de support
Feature Android Firefox Mobile (Gecko) IE Mobile Opera Mobile Safari Mobile
XDomainRequest Pas de support Pas de support ? Pas de support Pas de support

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