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Posted on March 23 2004 by Nick Sertis in reponse to Cross-domain is a non-issue

We have similarly been running content from a separate server, and have had no trouble. This is mainly due to the fact that we can host our LMS API on the content server, and use programming to pass the data to our LMS server, without using Javascript.

I think the trouble we face is interfacing between our LMS API, and the SCO API on a separate server, using only Javascipt.

I would certainly be interested to know how you have resolved this issue.

Nick Sertis

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