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And I get the error even with really small images. http://drupal.org/node/297035 #102 had our solution. A quick check of your status report page should show which one you're using and whether it's working. Log in or register to post comments Comment #45 shawn_smiley CreditAttribution: shawn_smiley commented May 28, 2009 at 4:17pm I found a way to consistently reproduce at least part of this error. weblink

Like I said its very difficult to duplicate the error because I get a different result each time I try to upload an image, and every so often it will upload Btw: ini_set("memory_limit", "96M") does in fact change the memory limit, but it doesn't solve this problem, as settings.php is not read (or not soon enough?), as described at http://drupal.org/node/422474. Alan Log in or register to post comments Comment #63 quicksketch CreditAttribution: quicksketch commented August 12, 2009 at 3:28am What I've heard is that it takes 4 bytes of memory for Edit - Links to the addon https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/11808http://www.browserhighlighter.com/ Log in or register to post comments Comment #80 Leech CreditAttribution: Leech commented September 23, 2009 at 2:21pm Disabling Devel module worked for me https://www.drupal.org/node/240777

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Then I reinstalled WYSIWYG and used NicEdit 0.9 as the editor. 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. Log in or register to post comments Comment #13 xyber CreditAttribution: xyber commented June 28, 2009 at 10:09am Title: HTTP 0 Error when Uploading Large Files » HTTP 0 Error when I am using OSX 10.5, and the problem occurs in FF as well as Safari (both up-to-date).

That was really a pain to find out. See the handbook page on increasing the upload size: http://drupal.org/node/422474 Log in or register to post comments Comment #2 flamik CreditAttribution: flamik commented April 16, 2009 at 8:48am Thanks a lot Log in or register to post comments Comment #59 doublejosh CreditAttribution: doublejosh commented August 4, 2009 at 11:35pm Having the same problems... Ajax Error 0 OMGWTFBBQ!

So its not just Firefox plugin system. Http Error 0 Occurred When Trying To Fetch Alpha3 is essentially broken. Again, this is a jquery/javascript error. https://www.drupal.org/node/434394 File uploads were crashing and things quickly came to a halt.

I can't explain why sometimes browser can upload file but it looks like some of them can detect issues with file upload and handle this situation somehow e.g. We tried implemented several patches from posts on Drupal.org. I am using filefield extensively with the same permission and roles without any errors on other content types. I can dig up more server specifics if you have guesses as to what I should be looking for.

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I had used Drupal Tweaks to adjust it up to 96M, then I disabled Drupal Tweaks (since I didn't think I needed it anymore). https://www.drupal.org/node/297035 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 An Http Error 0 Occurred Upload Js I'm running 6.15 on localhost and have created a simple content type (title, image). Unable To Retrieve Drupal Project From If I wanted to downgrade to a previous version of imagefield to see if that helps at all, am I going to have problems because of db changes?

Log in or register to post comments Comment #47 ankitgoel9999 CreditAttribution: ankitgoel9999 commented July 15, 2009 at 5:43am you cannot exceed the maximum limit of uploading the files Log in or have a peek at these guys I, for some reason, insisted to myself that updating that module was not the problem. What Worked Disabling JavaScript definitely works - but not really a great solution Granting permissions in content_permissions module > edit %field_name (for upload field) to user/role - this works (with JS Using Mac OS X, just upgraded to Drupal 6.12 from 6.11. Http Error -1002 Occurred When Trying To Fetch

And the error occurs no matter the image size and resolution; even with standard photosizes 600px etc. Post the exact steps and environment to reproduce, along with the exact text in the new dialog box that comes up after this patch is installed. Hope this gonna help a bit. check over here The first thing to do here, so that the JSON can validate is turn off PHP warnings.

darnzen commented May 2, 2011 at 3:03pm I was having this problem and thought maybe it was related to the ahah callback not being able to find the form it was bizarre, but if anyone knows a work around, I'd love to know thanks in advance N Log in or register to post comments Comment #118 gary.evans CreditAttribution: gary.evans commented December 22, A complete reinstall of Firefox (which included blowing out the 2 directories below) solved our particular problem.

In the background, my image upload script is still successfully uploaded the image file but it does display the popup weird javascript message ( we might ask the JQuery people to

io.contentWindow.document : io.contentDocument ? However I was able to confirm that this only happened for a logged in user with admin rights (not THE admin user 1, but AN admin) An anonymous user did not Log in or register to post comments Comment #102 kriskhaira CreditAttribution: kriskhaira commented June 28, 2010 at 2:58am I strongly recommend that everyone having this problem try downgrading to PHP 5.2. Also, I cloned a backup of the site to a Virtual PC install of Ubuntu Server 8.04 with PHP 5.2.4-2ubuntu5.6.

Log in or register to post comments Not sure everything this does, but... not sure if this could be the cause? So in this issue what I see is that the *AJAX callback* might be failing in various ways. this content It solved the problem for me, so I copy it below.

which is the default. but also weirdly outputs the array object to the top of the screen] 4. I then reset all my caches and it started working. If you're uploading a 2.5MB image, that's probably about... 4000x3000 pixels?

There are numerous files added without any problems, it s about a small docx file 35kb we used not the devel page timer but the memory usage Log in or register also get error when I try to upload An HTTP error 0 occurred\n/cms/upload/js which should rather be An HTTP error 0 occurred\n/cms/upload.js I have PHP 5.2.13 but no Apache, Do you Rewrite Engine on # If your site can be accessed both with and without the ' prefix, you # can use one of the following settings to redirect users to your Did Donald Trump call Alicia Machado "Miss Piggy" and "Miss Housekeeping"?

What specifically do I need them to check Thanks Log in or register to post comments Comment #7 mhm CreditAttribution: mhm commented February 14, 2010 at 9:08pm For me, this was Here is what fixed my issue, in case it helps you: Try to take a look at the "page" that is shown in the error. Log in or register to post comments Comment #105 antiorario CreditAttribution: antiorario commented January 4, 2010 at 1:45pm @decibel.places #102 my gut instinct is that it is a server setting and/or