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Log in or register to post comments Comment #81 k74 CreditAttribution: k74 commented October 3, 2009 at 4:25pm Version: 6.x-3.0 » 6.x-3.1 Memory limit at 128M and with Opera 10 Fails, The Chrome JS console outputs this when the message pops up: "Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 (Not Found)". Log in or register to post comments Comment #17 borat CreditAttribution: borat commented January 4, 2009 at 1:48am Version: 6.6 » 6.8 Any updates on this? Log in or register to post comments Comment #55 quicksketch CreditAttribution: quicksketch commented June 17, 2009 at 6:57am ImageField is simply calling the core image_scale() function, which is independent of ImageAPI his comment is here

EDIT ------- It works also on VPS. 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 So I think this is a devel.module issue... Try Clearing the cache, this worked for me. (Also, I was using file minimization) Log in or register to post comments Comment #119 dark_love CreditAttribution: dark_love commented January 21, 2011 at

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The same problem even with getid3 library installed (and with FileField meta on or off - the same result). I'm also not 100% certain that the upload/js 403 issue is related. thanks for smiro commented June 13, 2011 at 8:40pm ^ that's it! Log in or register to post comments Comment #8 ortizmj12 CreditAttribution: ortizmj12 commented November 25, 2008 at 3:59pm I made the change, and I wasn't able to get beyond the Drupal

Log in or register to post comments Comment #22 brendoncrawford CreditAttribution: brendoncrawford commented February 15, 2009 at 9:01pm subscribing Log in or register to post comments Comment #23 btopro CreditAttribution: btopro HOWEVER: the new jquery.form.js breaks the OTHER ahah functionality. 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. Http Status Codes Hope this helps Log in or register to post comments Comment #131 rfay CreditAttribution: rfay commented August 11, 2011 at 10:26pm Title: Attach: An HTTP Error 0 occurred » Attach: An

In Safari (3.2.1) I get the dreaded code dump, the file is uploaded to the server, but no preview, no file saved to the db. Http Error 0 Occurred When Trying To Fetch note that I get this error but the file WAS successfully uplaoded [when I check the folder on the FTP server] What I have tried: 1. Maybe problem is with GD2 library which I used. Maybe a js issue?

Log in or register to post comments Comment #87 rapsli CreditAttribution: rapsli commented October 19, 2009 at 9:51am -> did some testing: - removed the backslash of \x3c and \x3e -> I'll do more tests to try to isolate all possible causes before continuing this discussion. message then I resize my image that was 3700x5600 for 1500x1000 and I succeed to upload it tho I see nowhere where there is a limint in the resolution Log in Those could also be the problem, although mostly they should fail before trying to upload.

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Log in or register to post comments Comment #75 tribsinpa CreditAttribution: tribsinpa commented August 27, 2009 at 8:01pm My issue/fix may help those that had it working on a development server http://www.ubercart.org/comment/47652 Log in or register to post comments a new possible cause and other possible areas to be checked: cigotete commented August 3, 2013 at 12:56am according the sysadmin, seems that the An Http Error 0 Occurred Upload Js Log in or register to post comments Comment #105 2dareis2do CreditAttribution: 2dareis2do commented August 5, 2010 at 11:03am Worked for me. Http Error -1002 Occurred When Trying To Fetch Log in or register to post comments Worked for me as well.

Image selected from user's drive Click on upload button produces: { "status": true, "data": "\x3cdiv class=\"ahah-new-content\"\x3e\x3cdiv class=\"form-item\" id=\"edit-field-topthumb-0-wrapper\"\x3e\n \x3clabel for=\"edit-field-topthumb-0\"\x3eTop thumbnail: \x3c/label\x3e\n \x3cdiv class=\"filefield-element clear-block\"\x3e\x3cdiv class=\"widget-preview\"\x3e\x3cdiv class=\"imagefield-preview\"\x3e\x3cimg src=\"http://my.whichbox.com/sites/all/files/imagefield_thumbs/images/author-uid/thumbnails/eggmuffin_0.jpg\" /\x3e\x3c/div\x3e\x3c/div\x3e\x3cdiv class=\"widget-edit\"\x3e\x3cinput type=\"hidden\" this content Log in or register to post comments Comment #107 lily.yan CreditAttribution: lily.yan commented September 2, 2010 at 8:08pm I got "An HTTP error 0 occurred" when I am trying to use Log in or register to post comments Comment #107 bird-cage CreditAttribution: bird-cage commented February 14, 2010 at 12:00am Subscribing Content managers of a site I'm developing reported this same error 0 And after it does upload the image it refreshes the whole page (maybe saving it?). Ajax Error 0

Evidence is that there's no "the fix", only "your fix". >^\ Or, put another way, it seems like a lot of things might conflict with filefield. The error is solid and consistent in all cases, and it is the same line of code.) Log in or register to post comments Comment #102 Ashraf Amayreh CreditAttribution: Ashraf Amayreh Then make the error happen and look in that log and cross your fingers. http://svbuckeye.com/http-error/an-http-error-0-occurred-filefield-ahah.php This seems to be a problem with browsers though, as numerous people have reported the functionality to work fine with all browsers but one or two.

As I said above, though, there are literally hundreds of different things that can cause this error. It all works just fine, now. Perhaps the AJAX requests are not being handled properly.

Log in or register to post comments Comment #89 donquixote CreditAttribution: donquixote commented October 19, 2009 at 10:50am "removed the backslash" I thought about replacing the \x3c with "<", and \x3e

Kind Regards Luke Tarplin Web Developer Log in or register to post comments Comment #64 graper CreditAttribution: graper commented July 7, 2009 at 8:33pm I was getting this same exact error. Log in or register to post comments Comment #38 Mr.Sollis CreditAttribution: Mr.Sollis commented January 2, 2009 at 9:45pm I am having the same http0 error, however, unrelated to devel. The request length was too short for any files over about 90k which is why small files worked but anything bigger didnt. Works great.

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). On a CentOS server, I can get further w/Safari, but noticed differences in behavior: Imagefield defined as multiple images. When I replace jquery.form.js with attached 2.28 version and it works, suppose it needs more testing and maybe newer version from http://jquery.malsup.com/form/ Log in or register to post comments Comment #49 check over here FCKEditor with attached imagefield worked ok, but after changing fckeditor setup and forced simplified toolbar for body field the http error 0 appeared when trying to upload images.

But, at least it smells like we're on the right track here. (I am using the most recent jquery.form.js, v2.36, just to be sure, but have tried the default versions that Get that out of there! Unchecked "Display page timer" in /admin/settings/devel (the other "Display"-options were already unchecked in our case) and upload works fine again not showing the "An HTTP error 0 occurred" "/upload/js" error message. But, we use over 80 modules on our site and none of them do, so you'd have to be using something out of the ordinary.

Using Mac OS X, just upgraded to Drupal 6.12 from 6.11. If is image to limit - all is OK. I get this error regardless of whether I use ImageAPI GD2 or ImageAPI ImageMagick Drupal 6.12 Database updates Up to date File system Writable (public download method) GD library bundled (2.0.34 Log in or register to post comments Comment #53 DamienMcKenna CreditAttribution: DamienMcKenna commented June 17, 2009 at 4:24am FYI regular attachments work fine, it's just image attachments that are failing.

This fixed it. I am using 6.6 Everything else seems to be working. But I use Firefox with Greasemonkey and some scripts, when I turned off Greasemonkey, I was able to upload next images without any problems. There seems to be a popular mistaken belief that Drupal has been supporting PHP 5.3 since version 6.14.