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Log in or register to post comments settings.php rethinkwebdesign commented November 17, 2010 at 10:32pm I resolved this issue by commenting out the following in the settings.php file... # $base_url = HOWEVER: the new jquery.form.js breaks the OTHER ahah functionality. Can this be fixed? Log in or register to post comments Try looking for bad code inserted maliciously ponticlaro commented July 7, 2011 at 10:40am I looked at a ton of forum posts around this navigate here

IE 6 and FF3.5 (newest Firefox, so this is not an issue with outdated browsers!!) - upload of some files, not all - maybe a memory issue for resizing the images I believe they have special config for their Apache. It reports all of the available information about the XmlHTTPRequest object that is passed as "result". The files are stored inside the Bitcache repository, but something is going wrong and produces the: "An HTTP 0 error occurred. /aqua-sandbox/file_attach/js" I've increased memory up to the point of 128M, check over here

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It's a Drupal 6.22 with some few contrib modules running on a Linux system at Linode.com. This is the case for nearly all AJAX requests that are made from HTTPS with secure pages enabled. 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

http://indersingh.com/admin/settings/file-system check if path entered here exists an directory writable.. I discovered the issue when trying to update an existing views-slideshow with some new images. Installation failed! An Ajax Http Error Occurred Http Result Code 200 All contrib modules are up to date.

After that I've concluded the problem, in my case at least, is related on how the proxy server is configured. An Http Error 0 Occurred Filefield Ahah This in on Drupal 6.10. I have a gallery site made with imagefield, imagecache and lightbox. Log in or register to post comments Thank you Jibb.

Back ontopic. An Ajax Http Error Occurred Drupal 7 The Chrome JS console outputs this when the message pops up: "Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 (Not Found)". Check PHP's memory_limit, max_upload_size, max_input_time and other limits and try increasing them to see if that resolves the problem. The system cannot find the path specified.

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D6.6 Fabius Log in or register to post comments Comment #10 miurahr CreditAttribution: miurahr commented December 1, 2008 at 4:11am I'm also getting the same error when I try to upload pop over to these guys The patch will be ready soon. An Http Error 0 Occurred Drupal Log in or register to post comments Yep, it's a clash with an extension sypl commented February 27, 2011 at 7:13pm Google Chrome's Chrome Gestures to be precise: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/jpkfjicglakibpenojifdiepckckakgk Disabling it An Http Error 0 Occurred Autocomplete I have one content-type with two imagefields (one single-value and one multiple value). 1st imagefield works ok, 2nd doesn't (http error 0).

Breneman's blog Add new comment Your name Subject Comment * More information about text formats Text format Filtered HTMLPlain text Filtered HTMLWeb page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.Allowed check over here I enabled the imageapi_imagemagick module, made sure the convert path was correct, but all of the imageapi calls kept trying to still use the GD libraries instead of imagemagick (the "image_toolkit" Apparently there are two unrelated problems, that just have some similar symptoms: a) problems with memory_limit on shared hosting b) a quite obvious bug in jquery.form.js. Log in or register to post comments Comment #11 tamatama CreditAttribution: tamatama commented December 19, 2008 at 4:16am Version: 6.8 ยป 6.6 which ever browser you are working on your site An Ajax Http Error Occurred

On a CentOS server, I can get further w/Safari, but noticed differences in behavior: Imagefield defined as multiple images. Even after I uninstalled them, I had problems until I uninstalled and reinstalled all the Firefox add-ons (I reinstalled every one of them). They recommend to use IndexOptions instead of Options... his comment is here Tested on a Mac.

sunchaser commented May 23, 2010 at 10:52am Man alive ... Wsus An Http Error Occurred Log in or register to post comments Comment #122 rfay CreditAttribution: rfay commented February 1, 2011 at 4:34am @Canadaka, do you get the problem with Firefox? And of course, we must absolutely avoid any access checking and wildcard loading for ajax/json callbacks through the menu router system, and instead do all this in the page callback itself.

I got this error uploading my second file.

Good Luck! Lots recommended various things, but nothing fixed my issue. autocomplete.js pipes all errors to a javascript alerts even simple ajax did not complete, because YOU hit the button too quickly messages. An Http Error Occurred While Getting There are only 2 nodes (out of a hundred or so), that are known to be affected.

A couple points of interest. 1) only happens in firefox (im using 3.5.3) 2) has nothing to do with file size (in my case) 3) If i ignore the upload button Pretty erratic behaviour.. Log in or register to post comments Comment #50 manderson311 CreditAttribution: manderson311 commented June 14, 2009 at 7:12pm I'm having the same problem here... weblink Many thanks, Chris Log in or register to post comments Comment #47 onetwoten CreditAttribution: onetwoten commented January 29, 2009 at 1:35am I was having the same problem while uploading images to

The simplest solution was adding this: RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} ^\/js\/.* + RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !^\/js\/path_redirect\/.* RewriteRule ^(.*)$ js.php?q=$1 [L,QSA] Log in or register to post comments Add Except when I disabled clean URL's, I'm getting this error instead: An HTTP error 0 occurred. /drupal/?q=upload/js Log in or register to post comments Comment #5 Setzler CreditAttribution: Setzler commented November Maybe the problem is not server side at all. Created a new page content.

I have a chance of error like one out of every 5 uploads, I'll have to close Firefox and start over. Log in or register to post comments Comment #52 DamienMcKenna CreditAttribution: DamienMcKenna commented June 17, 2009 at 4:17am Quick followup.. With Safari, upload successful but only one time, editing post will lose the uploaded image. Just to be sure I removed admin* from the Secure Pages settings and that prevents this popup from happening. @jmventura #4: Yes I do now see the spinning clock sort of

Can Customs make me go back to return my electronic equipment or is it a scam? In Drupal.ACDB.prototype.search function (line 270) I added : if( db.uri.search("/taxonomy/autocomplete/")) db.uri = window.location.protocol + '//'+window.location.host + '/taxonomy-autocomplete-proxy.php?uri='+db.uri +'/'+ Drupal.encodeURIComponent(searchString); And i replaced : url: db.uri +'/'+ Drupal.encodeURIComponent(searchString), by : url: db.uri, Thanks. --Dan Log in or register to post comments :-) jibberish commented January 5, 2011 at 1:28am :-) Log in or register to post comments I fixed it cozza13 commented February For solution see http://drupal.org/node/863562 for simple patch.