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KML file read locally?

Question asked by jessica.sena on Sep 26, 2013
Latest reply on Oct 9, 2013 by jessica.sena

I'm using KMLLayer in my app, and for what I've read in the documentation:

"To add a KML file(.kml or .kmz) to a map, the KML must be available via a publicly accessible URL. Locally hosted or KML files inside a firewall are not supported"

I understand is not possible to read KML file locally. So, my question is, somebody has achieved this by his own? and could point me in the right direction? Maybe with a costum layer?

And for the ESRI people, this behaviour is going to be implemented in future realeses of the SDK?