jQuery .get not working on new server

Im using jQuery .get to pull in and then parse an xml file. It was working fine on my test environment, but when moved to production server its not working. Is there anything wrong with my code that would cause this?

            type: "GET",
            url: "RSS/NinjaTraderRSS.xml",
            dataType: "xml",
            success: parseXml

          function parseXml(xml)
              $(xml).find('item').each(function() {
                    var title = $(this).find('title').text();
                    var page  = $(this).find('link').text();
                    var desc  = $(this).find('description').text();
                    $('#ticker').append($('<li>', '<a href={text: page}>', {text: title}, {text: desc}));
                    //$('#ticker').append($('<li><a href="' + page + '">' + title + '</a>' + '&nbsp;' + '-' + '&nbsp;' + desc + '</li>'));

When i view the net in firebug it is returning a 200 OK for the xml, but when i inspect the element its not appending to the ul.

Im using the jquery "newsTicker" plug in to make them cycle through. Is there a way to do this without the plug in? Im in a bad spot here...help is very much appreciated. thx


The problem lies with the following in your script:

$('#ticker').append($('<li>', '<a href={text: page}>', {text: title}, {text: desc}));
//$('#ticker').append($('<li><a href="' + page + '">' + title + '</a>' + '&nbsp;' + '-' + '&nbsp;' + desc + '</li>'));

Commenting out the first line instead of the second fixes the problem.

Are you sure the MIME type is set correctly (text/xml) on the document being returned?

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