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Log in or register to post comments Comment #16 asd123asd5 CreditAttribution: asd123asd5 commented April 30, 2009 at 12:00am Category: bug » support @quicksketch, core upload works as expected, as per my The HTTP 0 is a fairly common error for Ajax issues... 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" Ouch - what a hack Log in or register to post comments This is related to filefield CzarnyZajaczek commented January 21, 2013 at 5:33pm This is related to filefield ajax, which his comment is here

You can do this by placing: error_reporting(0); at the top of your /sites/default/settings.php This turns off all errors / warnings and is probably a good idea on a production system. Log in or register to post comments Comment #95 hurricane66 CreditAttribution: hurricane66 commented June 8, 2010 at 7:20am Version: 7.x-dev » 6.16 For us the #25 was the solution. The system cannot find the path specified. Skip to main content Skip to search Main Menu Home Download & Extend Community Documentation Support Jobs Marketplace About Return to Content Search form Search Log in Create account Drupal Drupal try here

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Log in or register to post comments Comment #67 Michael Fuchs CreditAttribution: Michael Fuchs commented July 23, 2009 at 10:13am If you're reading this, you're probably as frustrated as I was Log in or register to post comments Comment #127 srobert72 CreditAttribution: srobert72 commented February 28, 2010 at 4:33am Disabling DEVEL solved in Firefox 3.6, still problem in Opera 10.10. The difference we tracked down after a very depressing week was the 'Minimum cache lifetime' under Admin->Settings->Performance. This was on an openatrium (beta8) site BtW, if anyone else using that platform is having the same issue.

Log in or register to post comments Comment #39 Mr.Sollis CreditAttribution: Mr.Sollis commented January 2, 2009 at 10:07pm Ok, I fixed my issue after days of looking it at it. Also tested having ImageCache disabled. The specific error I get is: An HTTP error 0 occurred. /upload/js So it looks like there's an error with the Upload module or something. when I submit the form itself it gives this error: Fatal error: Call to undefined function image_gd_check_settings() in /[sitepath]/includes/image.inc on line 70 So..

I disabled many Firefox extensions but nothing changed I even tried hard coding solution but then another warning with taxonomy module appeared !!! Http Error 0 Occurred When Trying To Fetch Log in or register to post comments Comment #24 asd123asd5 CreditAttribution: asd123asd5 commented May 1, 2009 at 4:40am Priority: Critical » Normal @aasarava if you mean from 3.0->3.0RC1 then there were nor mem. https://www.drupal.org/node/247009 I have patched FileField and now it works, thanks a lot!

Does anyone have any idea how to fix this? I uninstalled it and installed WYSIWYG and Open WYSIWYG. Logging in as user 1 does not display this error. So this may be that the server is getting a WSOD out of memory while trying to scale the file on the ajax call.

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Regards, jan Walhof Log in or register to post comments Comment #99 rfay CreditAttribution: rfay commented June 13, 2010 at 10:31pm #98: Everybody should note that *all* AHAH/AJAX operations are broken https://www.drupal.org/node/434394 To fix the problem i forced plain text for body field, now i don't have fckeditor and imagefield upload on the same content type. An Http Error 0 Occurred Upload Js We tried implemented several patches from posts on Drupal.org. so someone else will have to help with that.

Log in or register to post comments Comment #26 gb3k CreditAttribution: gb3k commented September 29, 2008 at 9:03pm No, just the module Fieldgroup (version 6.x-2.0-rc7) Log in or register to post this content We set this to and all was well. It was mentioned by no one else here, but it worked for me and it may work for you: RDF Module (6.x-1.0-alpha7) - I disabled this, and the problem went away. Eventually I'm using PathAuto.

post_max_size, upload_max_filesize, memory_limit are all up over 100M I did not have this problem with RC1, I am not having it with fields created with RC1, however creating an image field i have tried several browsers (ie 6, firefox 3 mac os and safari) with no success. This worked for me: http://drupal.org/node/483098 Log in or register to post comments Comment #31 postrational CreditAttribution: postrational commented July 10, 2009 at 11:08pm Version: 6.10 » 6.13 Still fails in Opera. weblink The behaviour (point of time, when the error is displayed, ...) is slightly different, but basically the same error happens.

If nothing helps... I saw the same thing happen with my own form that uses AHAH. The weird thing is, I have checked my upload folder via FTP and the images got uploaded correctly.

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?

I get a javascript error message, and I get about the same message as #28. Are there any ideas? It is not reproduced with Firefox 3.0.1 on Ubuntu GNU/Linux w/ direct connection. I would try this solution before trying many of the other solutions posted here.

So what happens is that the file uploads correctly into first the tmp directory then properly moves to the final directory. I had a self made cck field module that made the problem! Slightly more broadly, I just had a think about what I changed between when image uploads worked and when they broke. http://svbuckeye.com/http-error/an-http-error-0-occurred-filefield-ahah.php more details for anyone interested: Web Server: LiteSpeed Drupal Version: 6.22 PHP: 5.38 MySQL: 5.1.52 Any help from anyone would be appreciated.

None of them worked for us. With the proxy down, I've tried again the upload and it succeed! FF, IE7, and Chrome, all work fine, but the error occurs only on Opera10. Log in or register to post comments Comment #48 jaypabs CreditAttribution: jaypabs commented February 4, 2009 at 8:59am Here's the error when I apply the patch: patching file filefield.module Reversed (or

EDIT: FIXED: i used #22 fix and it worked. Created a new page content. And show this errore: An HTTP error 0 occurred. /filefield/ahah/immobil/field_photo/0 then I want to upload the image (size 800k, php max size to 2M). ? 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 #59 quicksketch CreditAttribution: quicksketch commented April 28, 2009 at 3:29am FCKeditor breaks all uploads. DRUPAL TEAM: Also if i try to attach a file here in DRUPAL.ORG i get this error - "An HTTP error 0 occurred. /comment-upload/js" . It turned out the images I were using were abnormally wide (50 inches) and by reducing their size a bit the problem went away. ursaj commented April 18, 2010 at 11:59am I tried all methods described by cecshab, but nothing helps.

When I click the upload button I got the above error message. A quick check of your status report page should show which one you're using and whether it's working. It would not upload files larger than ~1MB. Again, I'll gladly post this somewhere else if this is in the wrong section.

Log in or register to post comments Comment #24 gb3k CreditAttribution: gb3k commented September 29, 2008 at 6:40pm thanks moonshine, but i have no php entries in the error log.