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Provide CORS Support (Preflight request)

Domino Apps might become integrated into more complex, multi-site web applications. For this exists CORS - Cross Origin Resource Sharing. 

If CORS is enabled in a web app, a browser might send "preflight" requests to Domino to verify if a certain HTTP method would be allowed (or not). This OPTIONS request seems still not supported in Domino.

The requests come from the browser, not from an app developer. 

See https://stackoverflow.com/questions/29478188/domino-cors-and-the-options-request

See http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/cors/

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    Guest commented
    19 Feb 09:25

    This may be better posted in Domino / Security ?

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    19 Feb 09:30

    A first step would be to be able to define this within a site document and ensuring that the unauthenticated OPTIONS request is responded nicely (4 headers). A more complete approach would be based as a database configuration that can override a default. This is a key requirement for dominos role in application development when it provides resources to applications requesting these from the browser.