I checked, the file is actually uploaded to server (so it's not permission to directory problem) and I have jQuery Update installed (as some other topics state). I can live with this but my website targets end-users and they won't be confident with this error. In Google Chrome the java script console pointed me at the 403 (forbidden) error. I would try this solution before trying many of the other solutions posted here. navigate here
Log in or register to post comments HTTP Error 0,filefield/ahah/video/field_op_video_thumbnail/0 Hardik C commented February 8, 2011 at 1:13pm I was having the same issue related to this kind of efforts. Log in or register to post comments Comment #3 mot CreditAttribution: mot commented October 14, 2008 at 7:02am Is this reproduceable with 6.5? Drupal's log shows this as an access denied error, so I believe this is a permissions problem. I ask everybody watching this issue to do 2 things: 1.
Thanks. :) Log in or register to post comments Comment #25 Hanno CreditAttribution: Hanno commented May 25, 2010 at 8:22pm fixes the problem for me as well. Reenable the module --> Error is back. So what happens is that the AHAH callback does its thing, provides some HTML wrapped in JSON, and then something (maybe devel module, maybe anything that writes to the screen) adds Smaller files (<100KB) can be uploaded fine, but with the real file chrome displays that 36 or 42% is uploaded (sometimes one, sometimes other number) and then gives this error.
Uploads are now working using the upload utility and the filefield from CCK in both IE and FireFox Log in or register to post comments php.ini itapplication commented February 16, 2013 Hopefully you don't need to spend 3650hrs on this problem. Hope this helps Log in or register to post comments Comment #131 rfay CreditAttribution: rfay commented August 11, 2011 at 10:26pm Title: Attach: An HTTP Error 0 occurred » Attach: An I have tried - update jQuery form -> ko - change the upload file size limit I don't know what to do How can i try with the patch rfay did
Log in or register to post comments Comment #67 rfay CreditAttribution: rfay commented January 24, 2010 at 2:07am Status: Needs review » Active So the latest JQuery form got committed on Log in or register to post comments Comment #110 haclong99 CreditAttribution: haclong99 commented October 20, 2010 at 4:52pm Version: 6.16 » 6.19 FileSize Acchi_Kocchi.jpg12.38 KB I've got the same error I'm I had the same experience as andypost. find more info Log in or register to post comments Comment #133 alanpuccinelli CreditAttribution: alanpuccinelli commented August 18, 2011 at 1:13am Well, to add to the many list of things that worked.
EDIT: Filefield discussion goes here: #960048: Filefield: Wrap ajax callbacks in ob_start() / ob_get_clean() Log in or register to post comments Comment #115 donquixote CreditAttribution: donquixote commented November 2, 2010 at When people brag about their abilities and belittle their opponents before a battle, competition, etc Rewards System: Points or $? This happened all of a sudden too. There are other cases.
Not sure how that happened, except that this project had been on the client's insecure servers for a while before moving to our secured servers, so I traced it back to So both changing the URL to include the "www" and just commenting it out solved the problem - because it eliminated the conflict with the URLs on the page and the Http Error 0 Occurred When Trying To Fetch the same problem with the WebFM module.... Http Error Occurred When Trying To Fetch Https Ftp Drupal Org What is this cable hanging against the outer wall?
None work. http://crearesiteweb.net/http-error/an-http-error-0-occurred.html AHAH was working fine in test and staging environments but not in production. Any suggestions? The default value in php.ini is 64M in my case. Http Error 0 Occurred When Trying To Fetch Https
I have patched FileField and now it works, thanks a lot! The specific error I get is: An HTTP error 0 occurred. /upload/js So it looks like there's an error with the Upload module or something. We were using 6.13. his comment is here The most recent HTTP 0 error I experienced came after I changed the htaccess file settings to redirect users to the URL with the "www".
Ended up by working in IE, but repeatedly failing in Firefox (3.5.2). We are running nginx and this is what our sys-admin discovered "was using some old version of an nginx config for Expires: headers that did not look for the "." in With the proxy down, I've tried again the upload and it succeed!
Log in or register to post comments Comment #10 fattmox CreditAttribution: fattmox commented August 25, 2009 at 1:24am We too experienced this issue in Drupal 6 - it has mutliple causes Once I uninstalled the RDF module, everything worked again. This started happening all of a sudden, and I've got no idea what caused it. weblink Log in or register to post comments Comment #40 jallenb CreditAttribution: jallenb commented December 20, 2010 at 9:34am Updating FileField to 3.9 resolved it for me.
Log in or register to post comments Comment #78 rfay CreditAttribution: rfay commented February 27, 2010 at 12:36am @naught101: See #60.