Log in or register to post comments Comment #66 RobLoach CreditAttribution: RobLoach commented January 15, 2010 at 6:10am Here you go, gents: #609622: Keep jQuery Form up to date . Here are details on my setup/symptoms: Drupal 6.10 FileField 6.x-3.0 ImageField 6.x-3.0 Trying to upload using the AJAX Upload button gave a JS error: An HTTP error 0 occurred. /filefield/ahah/image/field_image_type_image/0 Using I uninstalled all my Firerfox add-ons and it worked fine! (at this point, no editors and no add-ons) I reinstalled the Firefox add-ons one by one (now that's an exciting job!) I can see no discrepancies and document.domain is set to "treet.tv" in all cases. check over here
Log in or register to post comments Comment #67 kevinquillen CreditAttribution: kevinquillen commented August 21, 2009 at 3:05pm Not a solution really.. Log in or register to post comments Comment #99 joachim CreditAttribution: joachim commented January 30, 2010 at 3:32pm I am seeing this error with the latest filefield too. Still no go. I think you'll see a 404, which means that the back-end URL that the AJAX request is trying to hit isn't actually configured.
If you're uploading a 2.5MB image, that's probably about... 4000x3000 pixels? And now if I go to create a new page, I get that error. Log in or register to post comments Comment #61 rfay CreditAttribution: rfay commented November 30, 2009 at 2:22pm One of the key things we can do about this is to change I got this error uploading my second file.
Also happens when you try to remove an uploaded file, and when logged in as an admin user. Log in or register to post comments Comment #114 donquixote CreditAttribution: donquixote commented November 2, 2010 at 3:33pm So, what if we put these ajax callbacks in ob_start() and ob_get_clean() ? Another finding in my content if I start uploading my document before completing the other fields, the error message does not appear. Log in or register to post comments Comment #89 timcosgrove CreditAttribution: timcosgrove commented November 8, 2009 at 11:08pm I am having this problem not only when uploading, but also when attempting
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 Just a curiosity, but does changing the rule to RewriteRule ^/(.*)$ index.php?q=$1 [L,QSA] have any effect? 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 = https://www.drupal.org/node/247009 Cheers, Jason Log in or register to post comments same issue here joshuautley commented January 8, 2010 at 10:50pm I have read all the replies on the other areas regarding this
Memory limit is set to 96M, does not help. Join today Community Community Home Getting Involved Chat Forum SupportPost installation an http error 0 occurred filefield ahah/ etc.. It's royerd commented December 26, 2010 at 3:56am Thank you Jibb. I've tried to remove pathauto or Clean Urloption, but nothing happens.
Tracking this down a little furter. https://www.drupal.org/node/240777 I know it would have saved me about 4 hours. An Http Error 0 Occurred Upload Js Log in or register to post comments Comment #132 mayank-kamothi CreditAttribution: mayank-kamothi commented August 16, 2011 at 1:43pm Increase your upload limit ini_set('memory_limit', '512M'); ini_set('upload_max_filesize','8M'); Add this in you setting.php file.and Unable To Retrieve Drupal Project From Something to do directly with coding in the module.
Log in or register to post comments ⋅ Categories: Drupal 6.x Comments I have the same problem Tommy Sundstrom commented April 27, 2008 at 11:51am I have the same problem. http://lanprolab.net/http-error/an-http-error-0-occurred-br-filefield-ahah.php Get that out of there! Upload and post max size are 16M which is more than enough for the images we are trying to upload. I had FCKEditor installed, but turning it off gives the same result (ahah response rendered directly to the page).
Tried all the suggestions above. Without it the page reloads, throwing a warning message if other required fields haven't been entered yet. Important to note that only occurs in non admin account. this content Surprisingly again, this error occurs on firefox 3+ and ie7+ So I have no idea where to go from here.
Log in or register to post comments Comment #50 mistermarco CreditAttribution: mistermarco commented November 18, 2009 at 1:49am Originally, for historical reasons, we had set up our Drupal instance to use thanks. If i put it back, the image still gets uploaded to the files / pics directory, but gives HTTP 0 and is not getting listed.
searched the source of the add-node page for document.domain 9. EDIT: Damn, it's not. You need to change MaxRequestLen variable in your mod_fcgid. [Mon Oct 17 22:02:41 2011] [warn] [client 126.96.36.199] mod_fcgid: HTTP request length 135286 (so far) exceeds MaxRequestLen (131072), referer: http://example.org/node/add/story Log in have a peek at these guys Slightly more broadly, I just had a think about what I changed between when image uploads worked and when they broke.
The request length was too short for any files over about 90k which is why small files worked but anything bigger didnt. for filefield/ahah/video/field_op_video_thumbnail/0 As it is the issue of js so,configure Jquery can be called twice. Thank you! When the module TinyTinyMCE is enabled I get the same behaviour as noted in this thread; ie.
I'm wondering what filefield/imagefield does when uploading an image; it's only about 2.5M, so why does uploading such an image require so much memory? Log in or register to post comments Comment #29 dargrego CreditAttribution: dargrego commented October 17, 2008 at 5:31pm Maybe it is a rather weird and funny, but.. Any progress on this? I just changed my hosting service to a Windows VSP which allow me to eun both PHP and ASP.net.