[thredds] crossdomain.xml

I just received this email from a developer interested in using our
WMS feeds, but getting errors. I really don't know much about WMS, and
just enabled it the typical TDS manner. He has provided a copy of the
crossdomain.xml file that apparently is the root of his errors. Does
anyone know more about this? Can I just put the crossdomain.xml file
some where in the TDS path to resolve this?

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Frank Roberts <froberts@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, Aug 14, 2012 at 12:45 PM
Subject: WFS connection to 6km data
To: jimp@xxxxxxxx, tmcook@xxxxxxxx
Cc: Bill Robberson <Robberson.Bill@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Cheryl Henley

My name is Frank Roberts and I am working with Bill Robberson at US
EPA in San Francisco to make use of your  WFS connection to 6km data
found at the following location:


In working with the above service, I seem to be getting an error.  It
appears that the server may be missing a file at the root of the web


The crossdomain.xml  file is used by some software such as Adobe Flash
when combing services  and it is required for the mash up of services
to work correctly.  I imagine I might be the first person that may
have run into this issue.   The following is a quick right up of what
the crossdomain.xml file does:


Can I get someone to verify the  existence of the crossdomain.xml file
on the server?  In the event that it is missing, I would gladly
provide you a copy of one I already have in existence.  In fact, I
will attach it to this email, if that is of any help.

I know utilization of your service is very important to the EPA, and I
would like to do whatever I can to get access.

Thanks for your assistance,

Frank Roberts

Geo Developer

Phone: (208)699-2712

Innovate! Inc.
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<!DOCTYPE cross-domain-policy SYSTEM 
    <site-control permitted-cross-domain-policies="all"/>
    <allow-http-request-headers-from domain="*" headers="*"/>
    <allow-access-from domain="*"/>       
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