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We have a Java application running on Tomcat server. I have a jQuery function on one jsp which calls a WCF service hosted on IIS 6.0. I get  the following message.

"This page is accessing information that is not under its control. This poses a security risk. Do you want to continue"

If I say No, I am getting javascript error "Access denied" to the jQuery1.4.4.min.js

What could be the problem?
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This is a built-in security measure that Javascript has. Only calls to websites on your domain are allowed by default. This prevents a LOT of phishing attacks and cross-site scripting attacks.

If you create a java web service that you post to and have that call the service on IIS, it will work fine. This ensures that the code executed via javascript resides on the same server that the page was served from - implying a level of trust.
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