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How to disable Application Transport Security (ATS) in Adobe AIR app?

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Oct 06, 2015

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Hello everyone,

How do we disable ATS feature in Adobe AIR app for the app to run on iOS 9? I am getting below error when tried running the adobe air test app:

iPhone-6 AdobeAirPluginTest[520] <Error>: App Transport Security has blocked a cleartext HTTP (http://) resource load since it is insecure. Temporary exceptions can be configured via your app's Info.plist file.

Is it possible to disable ATS flag in Adobe AIR or we achieve this from Xcode?

AIR allows you to add stuff to the info.plist file, if you look up the required syntax to add an exception. It would go in your <iPhone><infoAdditions> tag in your app's descriptor file.

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How to disable Application Transport Security (ATS) in Adobe AIR app?

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Hello everyone,

How do we disable ATS feature in Adobe AIR app for the app to run on iOS 9? I am getting below error when tried running the adobe air test app:

iPhone-6 AdobeAirPluginTest[520] <Error>: App Transport Security has blocked a cleartext HTTP (http://) resource load since it is insecure. Temporary exceptions can be configured via your app's Info.plist file.

Is it possible to disable ATS flag in Adobe AIR or we achieve this from Xcode?

AIR allows you to add stuff to the info.plist file, if you look up the required syntax to add an exception. It would go in your <iPhone><infoAdditions> tag in your app's descriptor file.

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AIR allows you to add stuff to the info.plist file, if you look up the required syntax to add an exception. It would go in your <iPhone><infoAdditions> tag in your app's descriptor file.

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Thanks sir Really appreciate it.

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