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Subject: Re: CORS settings on OASIS specs

Andreas, I don't fully understand your question.Â

If it is whether or not you all can add a CORS header to some of your files, then yes, certainly, you can do so.Â

If it whether or not I can add a CORS header, then my question is 'what do you need me to do and where do you need it done?'Â

On Sun, Aug 4, 2019 at 9:22 AM Andreas Kuehne <kuehne@trustable.de> wrote:
Hi Chet,

yet another question:

What's the OASIS policy on CORS header? I just came across this topic
when trying to open OAS-Spec od the DSS-X core 2.0 . The request to open




fails without any hint. There should be some information for the user.,
but that's not our responsibility. After opening the browser I learned
that the cause is a missing CORS header enabling the browser to access
the DSS-X core spec in a cross-domain manner.

Would it be possible to add the corresponding header?



Andreas KÃhne

Chair of OASIS DSS-X

phone: +49 177 293 24 97
mailto: kuehne@trustable.de

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