abort The abort method terminates a pending IHTMLXDomainRequest::send. contentType Gets the Content-Type property in the HTML request or response header. onerror Gets or sets the method to handle the onerror event. onload Gets or sets the method to handle the onload event. onprogress Gets or sets the method to handle the onprogress event. ontimeout Gets or sets the method to handle the ontimout event. open Creates a connection with a domain's server. responseText Contains the body of the response returned by the server. send Transmits a data string to the server for processing. timeout Gets or sets the value of the timeout property.
Cross-domain requests require mutual consent between the Web page and the server. You can initiate a cross-domain request by creating an XDomainRequest (XDR) object with the window object, and opening a connection to a URL. When sending the request, Windows Internet Explorer 8 includes an
XDomainRequest: 1HTTP request header. The connection is completed only if the server responds with an
XDomainRequestAllowed: 1response header.
To use the XDR protocol, you first create an XDomainRequest object. Then you use the open method to establish a connection with a server. Once a connection is opened, the send method transmits data strings to the server for processing. For example:// 1. Create XDR object xdr = new XDomainRequest(); // 2. Open connection with server using POST method xdr.open("POST", "http://www.contoso.com/xdr.txt"); // 3. Send string data to server xdr.send("data to be processed");
For more information, see XDomainRequest.
Stock Implementation mshtml.dll Custom Implementation No Inherits from IDispatch Header and IDL files mshtml.h, mshtml.idl Minimum availability Internet Explorer 8 Minimum operating systems Windows XP SP2