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share|improve this answer answered Aug 24 '15 at 15:52 Jack Fairfield 1886 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote I have had similar issues with AJAX code that sporadically returns Log in or register to post comments Comment #19 John Bryan CreditAttribution: John Bryan commented September 10, 2011 at 10:21am If you are not using taxonomy with Feed items then this Related 741How can I get jQuery to perform a synchronous, rather than asynchronous, Ajax request?861How to manage a redirect request after a jQuery Ajax call522jQuery Ajax error handling, show custom exception Page directive had wrong Inherits attributes. http://lanprolab.net/internal-server/ajax-internal-server-error.php

Will try that. Inject or use the Response facade, with something like a JSON object (using this method). I have checked the directories and all of the files listed are on the server. Click here to Sign upYou can also use the below options to loginLogin with FacebookLogin with GoogleLogin with Yahoo jQuery Plugins UI Meetups Forum Blog About Donate All Forums Recent Posts http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1349118/jquery-ajax-post-results-in-500-internal-server-error

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i suppose this is by default with other control panels or apache installations. Very frustrating. I simplified my content type and removed field permissions, conditional fields, user references, and other things that were unrelated to Feeds. Just spreading the info, unsure if it's related to this issue.

because I sometimes get this too, so I had to remove VerifyCSRFToken from the global middleware and add it where it was needed. I didn't explicitly mark the Action method as GET or POST, so I assume by default it's POST - hence the error. Path: http://.....install.php?profile=commerce_kickstart....StatusText : Internal Server Error ResponseText " . Jquery Ajax Internal Server Error Loading...

In the "var/log/apache2/error.log" file I had the message: "PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted ..." . Internal Server Error Ajax Php I'm considering setting up the import as a cron job that processes files on the server. Seriously though, it's something that's been discussed in other threads, that ExtJS might be able to catch error pages and throw up a dialog or something. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1036109/what-is-wrong-when-i-get-internal-server-error-returned-from-a-jquery-ajax-c share|improve this answer answered Feb 19 '14 at 17:47 user14114 512 The hint for console Tab+ click on the URL is an excellent tip!

But what does that mean? Internal Server Error In Ajax Call Any clues would be appreciated. What is this cable hanging against the outer wall? more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed

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Just to summarise what I did and how I ended up getting it to successfully complete install of OE... Discover More B. Ajax Statustext No Transport up vote 2 down vote favorite Here is my ajax call: response = $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: "/Row/getRowName", dataType: "json", data:({ currRow : rowName, offset : 5 }), error:function(request){alert(request.statusText)}, success:function(result){alert(result)} }).responseText; 500 Internal Server Error Ajax Just remember to check your mapping settings when you are trying to eliminate it from your import :) Log in or register to post comments Comment #22 ursula CreditAttribution: ursula commented

What Feeds parser do you use? http://lanprolab.net/internal-server/ajax-call-500-internal-server-error.php There you can find a link, related to this problem, which may be useful to you. I expect this is happening because the batching here is not actually working (see #1363088: Feeds batch process not fully implemented - needed for large imports) I have increased my feeds_process_limit The annotations I mentioned might be a flag, "this is a file upload and thus not true Ajax" so you don't see some JSON inside a