The same-origin policy is a standard security mechanism in web browsers that allows communications between two URLs only if they share the same origin, meaning the same protocol, port, and host. For example, a client or script at http://localhost:6000 will not be able to access a server application at http://localhost:5080 because these two URLs have different port addresses. Security restrictions in your web browser will not allow requests to a server application in another domain.

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