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Posted on 2006-11-25
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Hi experts,

I need to protect a flash movie. so how can I check that it is playing on my server?

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Question by:cabou
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by:blockage1
ID: 18012287
This will check if the file is being served from you domain:

if ( _url == "http://www.yourdomain.com/filename.swf" ) {
    // yes it is
} else {
   // no it isn't
}

To make this work replace "http://www.yourdomain.com/filename.swf" with the full url to your swf (including the quotes)



You will also need to make sure the swf isn't being hot linked from your server....

import flash.external.ExternalInterface;
var url = = ExternalInterface.call( "function(){return document.location.href;}" ).toString;
if ( url == "http://www.yourdomain.com/containerpage.html" ) {
    // yes it is
} else {
   // no it isn't
}

To make this work replace "http://www.yourdomain.com/containerpage.html" with the full url to the page holding your swf (including the quotes)
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by:blockage1
ID: 18012290
That should be...

import flash.external.ExternalInterface;
var url = = ExternalInterface.call( "function(){return document.location.href;}" ).toString();
if ( url == "http://www.yourdomain.com/containerpage.html" ) {
    // yes it is on your own page
} else {
   // no it is not on your page
}
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by:cabou
ID: 18012305
ok, but I need to check the domain and not the page

thanks
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Expert Comment

by:FLAASHER
ID: 18012308
try this :


if(host.domain() == "www.urdomain.com"){
      //play me
      }else{
            //dont play
            }




FLAASHER
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FLAASHER earned 1000 total points
ID: 18012320
sorry :

this is the complete code :



host = new LocalConnection();
if(host.domain() == "www.urdomain.com"){
      gotoAndStop(30);

      }else{
            //dont play
            }

stop();



put it in ur frist frame


FLAASHER
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by:FLAASHER
ID: 18012336
i tested the new version and it works fine

just put it in ur frist frame and modify it with ur domain name






FLAASHER
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by:blockage1
ID: 18012354
That wont stop users hotlinking to your swf. This will...

var url = ExternalInterface.call( "function(){return document.location.href;}" ).toString();
if ( url.indexOf("www.yourdomain.com") == 7 ) {
    // yes it is on your own page
} else {
   // no it is not on your page
}

If you have subdomains you'll need to have seperate if statements for them too.
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by:FLAASHER
ID: 18012426
Thanks for the points









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