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Default jQuery AJAX question

I have a high-level question on Ajax.

We're using the following code to call a web server:

Code:
          // Use the J-Query routines to call the Web Service.
          $.ajax({
              type: "POST",
              dataType: "xml",
              url: this.Server,
              data: "call=" + this.Call + "&data=" + astrData,
              success: this.OnSuccess,
              error: this.OnError
          });
All of the "this." parameters are appropriate, I checked.

On our company side, this code fires.

But for some reason, on another server, it's not firing.

I was wondering if there is some setting that maybe got missed where the browser or the application is ignoring the j Query request?

NOTE: I ran the webservice call manually in Internet Explorer and it worked immediately.

I would think it's a setting somewhere, because I shouldn't have to alter the code or add anything to the jQuery block.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance!
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