Crossdomain.xml files on https://{a,b,c}.tile.openstreetmap.org/crossdomain.xml are not found since November 27, thus our flex application can not load map tiles. Is there any changes?

asked 30 Nov '20, 12:48

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I can browse to that file fine from here, so the output of https://tile.openstreetmap.org/cgi-bin/debug might help in case the issue is server specific

(30 Nov '20, 13:53) EdLoach ♦

Thanks for reporting the problem - my colleague is working on fixing it.

In the meantime please don't hardcode the names of the upstream render servers like that as it's extremely antisocial.

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answered 30 Nov '20, 15:30

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Sorry for that

(01 Dec '20, 07:18) rojda

The missing file is simply an error that is being fixed as I type.

Please do not hack around such issues but instead simply report them in the right place https://github.com/openstreetmap/operations (your solution a) doesn't go through the tile cache, b) is going to break the next time a server is changed).

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answered 30 Nov '20, 15:33

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Thanks, i'll change them back.

(01 Dec '20, 07:17) rojda
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