JQuery :: Ajax - Cross-Domain - 405 Method Not Allowed

Aug 24, 2009

When i try to make an ajax request like:

I get the following error in the firebug ( Net ): OPTIONS - 405 Method Not Allowed

Is it related to cross-domain request?

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