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Log in or register to post comments Comment #33 m.sant CreditAttribution: m.sant commented September 29, 2010 at 10:27am subscribing Log in or register to post comments Comment #34 drupal fan CreditAttribution: I can attach similar smaller files, but when i try this one and larger sizes i get in HTTP Error 0 message after a minute or to. The key thing from that giant error is, "The file in the image field was unable to be uploaded." This happens when FileField is completely unable to save the file. Using the same account, I can upload on my machine, my managers, but not our content managers. check over here

The permissions are set... Predictably enough, when the PNG file upload was handed off to GD by Image Field for processing, things fell down and threw the "HTTP 0 Error" (as a fall-through, presumably). I lost my jury summons, what can I do? I think it might have to do with poorly written AJAX modules. https://www.drupal.org/node/659206

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What can I do ?... Also if you comment that out it is helpful to uncomment and change the cookie setting in the settings.php file as well $cookie_domain = '.mysite.com'; Log in or register to post Log in or register to post comments Comment #28 CarbonPig CreditAttribution: CarbonPig commented May 15, 2009 at 10:49pm subscribe - getting same root error as first post. If you disable Javascript, the image upload field works.

I, for some reason, insisted to myself that updating that module was not the problem. greetz jürgen Log in or register to post comments Comment #38 ferdo CreditAttribution: ferdo commented September 1, 2009 at 11:33pm Linux, Drupal 6.13, Firefox 3.5.2 -> An HTTP error 0 occurred. View #48 jquery.form_.js_.txt10.27 KBandypost Comments Comment #1 Setzler CreditAttribution: Setzler commented August 23, 2008 at 6:14am Version: 6.1 » 6.4 I'm getting this, too. Log in or register to post comments Comment #24 wes_elder CreditAttribution: wes_elder commented February 18, 2009 at 1:54am To update my situation (noted in posting # 20).

Note: There are actually two places you need to comment out, both filefield_upload and filefield_remove. Http Error 0 Occurred When Trying To Fetch Log in or register to post comments Comment #90 BCM CreditAttribution: BCM commented May 14, 2010 at 5:10am subscribe Log in or register to post comments Comment #91 sblommers CreditAttribution: sblommers Log in or register to post comments Comment #68 hsalazar CreditAttribution: hsalazar commented August 23, 2009 at 5:49am Another note to an already bloated pile. check here If I understand this issue correctly, this is an actual misbehavior (attach fails) but in many of these that's not the case.

Join today Download & Extend Drupal Core Distributions Modules Themes Issues Attach: An HTTP Error 0 occurred (on file upload) Closed (outdated)Project:Drupal coreVersion:6.28Component:javascriptPriority:NormalCategory:Bug reportAssigned:UnassignedIssue tags:ajax upload problemReporter:yackCreated:March 31, 2008 - 10:27Updated:March Messages in progress bar "Connecting to testsite.com", "Waiting for testsite.com", "Transferring to testsite.com". But when I comment it out, I notice I no longer get the little spinning stop watch next to the upload button after click. Log in or register to post comments Comment #49 kevinquillen CreditAttribution: kevinquillen commented June 1, 2009 at 9:01pm The servers are exactly the same, I can't reproduce the error every time

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An HTTP error 0 occurred. /filefield/ahah/... https://www.drupal.org/node/247009 Or you can try http://munkyonline.co.uk/articles/http-error-0-occurred. An Http Error 0 Occurred Upload Js Using the jquery update module (jquery 1.3.2) works fine. Unable To Retrieve Drupal Project From In devel module by disabling 'Display whatever' options, the problem is eliminated.

I'm using a W7 machine to handle sites on shared hosting. check my blog Image toolkit The gd toolkit is installed. The filefield module is not in use at all, so no need for using the patch mentioned in the first comment. When a non-admin account submits an image, a pop-up error message displays "An HTTP error 0 occurred. /filefield/ahah/page/field_image/0' where page and field_image are part of the naming scheme.

File upload progress requires PHP 5.2 and an Apache server. All of my other image related modules such as foto album, upload images of 5mb+ - no problem, so it's not max post nor max upload... Any help appreciated Posted by Spikeweb on January 12, 2012 at 2:43am Hi all, I have been battling with the dreaded HTTP error 0 problem for days now and I'm seemingly http://lanprolab.net/http-error/an-http-error-0-occurred-br-filefield-ahah.php My website is set as whole security website (https).

I have a chance of error like one out of every 5 uploads, I'll have to close Firefox and start over. When i run my Drupal in FireFox all it's fine. Now for something different: disabling Firefox option "Security -> Warnings -> Warn if data is sent unencrypted." helps.

Log in or register to post comments Comment #100 bryancasler CreditAttribution: bryancasler commented June 24, 2010 at 7:31am #97 seems to have worked for me.

Log in or register to post comments Problem Ensues modernaut commented September 23, 2010 at 1:46am I've tried all of the above mentioned to date -- I still get the error I'd be happy to do more tests, but I'm a bit out of ideas. It solved the problem for me, so I copy it below. I've checked my log file and nothing have happened there.

As far as the functionality, I'm not an expert on it but it looks like it just doesn't use ajax to upload the image. The ajax callback has a 2-second sleep in it. 5. Log in or register to post comments Comment #43 noisephoenix CreditAttribution: noisephoenix commented October 10, 2009 at 7:32pm this is driving me crazy too. have a peek at these guys Log in or register to post comments Comment #92 arhak CreditAttribution: arhak commented May 19, 2010 at 1:38pm @#91 #479368: D7: Create RFC compliant HTML safe JSON Log in or register

Everything works again if i disable php extension php_uploadprogress. 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. That's why it tends to be solved by so many patches and quirks. Log in or register to post comments Comment #59 rfay CreditAttribution: rfay commented November 21, 2009 at 11:06pm FileSize ajax_example_http_error_0.tgz4.06 KB Maybe we're working on different errors, but the attached module