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.htaccess redirect showing internal server error
There's two issues: Remove the space in your flags: [L,QSA] the Pattern was also wrong, try this: RewriteRule ^/user/confirm/([^A-Za-z0-9])$ /user/confirm/index.php?confirm=$1 [L,QSA] One easy way to debug issues with htaccess is to check your web server (Apache) logs, usuallu error_log or errors.log depending on your setup.

Categories : Htaccess

500 Internal server error .htaccess
you havent enabled the rewrite engine, uncomment the line in httpd.conf LoadModule rewrite_module /usr/lib/apache2/modules/mod_rewrite.so You may have it in /etc/apache2/mods-available in which case just copy it to mods-enabled and restart thats assuming linux ? windows you looking for LoadModule rewrite_module modules/mod_rewrite.so

Categories : Apache

htaccess mod_rewrite internal server error
Try this: RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteRule ^(.+)$ index.php?a=$1 [L] It rewrites any URL except a real file or directory to index.php?a=xyz.

Categories : Htaccess

htaccess deny directory Internal Server Error
You're getting 500 error because Apache Directory directive is not allowed in .htaccess. You need to use in Apache config e.g. httpd.conf only.

Categories : Apache

Adding .htaccess makes Internal Server Error
Remove # before the below line. Before Edit #LoadModule rewrite_module modules/mod_rewrite.so After Edit LoadModule rewrite_module modules/mod_rewrite.so

Categories : PHP

htaccess Internal server error, authentication loop
The infinite loop asking for your password is what you want to see. That means you typed in your password wrong. The Internal Server 500 Error means you have another issue in your code. The reason your username and password aren't working is because your server expects the password to be hashed. Change your .htpasswd file to: Guest:$apr1$u5E5vgOR$6rPNEYkeaF5IVE4c3FyKM0 (The password is GuestPassword)

Categories : PHP

Apache2 is deleting .htaccess & after causing to Internal Server Error
Your .htacces is not gone, just hidden (*nix hides files by prepending them with a dot). Set your FTP client to show hidden files and you'll find it. Also, your .htaccess file is invalid, hance the error and log lines.

Categories : Apache

Wordpress wp-admin login facing with HTTP Error 500 (Internal Server Error) issue
After having this problem recently, I tried all the solutions mentioned all over the internet and I got nothing. You might want to try deactivating your plugins as mentioned Here amongst many other solutions. Try renaming your theme directory to deactivate it (can be done via FTP) Try increasing your PHP MEMORY LIMIT Try fixing your .htaccess file All these solutions (detailed here) did not work for me. I checked the server error log and I found that the problem was simply that the directory "wp-admin" was writable by group! So simply changing the permission of that directory from 777 to 755 solved the problem for me! Hope this helps someone

Categories : PHP

Redirect Desktop Internal Pages to Correct Mobile Internal Pages with Htaccess
At the end, you have two RewriteRule lines which I believe should be changed to: RewriteRule ^/?$ http://m.domain.com [R=302] RewriteRule ^/?(.*)/?$ http://m.domain.com/$1.html [R=302,L] The ^/?(.*)/?$ means give me a string that starts at the beginning (^) and gives me all characters ((.*)) until the end ($) without the trailing/beginning (/) if there is one (?). The http://m.domain.com/$1.html means that if the address is http://www.domain.com/internal-page/ then it becomes http://m.domain.com/internal-page.html. The [R=302,L] should mean a 302 redirect (R=302) and the last rewrite (L), so no other rewrites can occur on our URL. EDIT: I believe that in the case of your RewriteRules the first one was redirecting to http://m.domain.com in the event that the URL was just the domain,

Categories : Htaccess

Htaccess internal redirect for specific file not working
Order of rules in .htaccess is important so your new rule should be above all other rules. This should be your .htaccess: Options +FollowSymLinks -MultiViews # Turn mod_rewrite on RewriteEngine On RewriteBase / RewriteRule ^myfile/?([^/])?/?$ myfile.php?m=$1 [L,QSA,NC] RewriteCond %{ENV:REDIRECT_STATUS} ^$ RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} .php$ RewriteRule .* - [F] RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME}.php -f RewriteRule ^(.+[^/])/?$ $1.php [L]

Categories : PHP

.htaccess appending query string to internal redirect
I haven't tested anything but simply looking at that line... RewriteRule ^/?([a-zA-Z0-9-_]+)/?$ /index.php?loadPage=$1&mode=cms [QSA,L] there is a syntax error. The hyphen after the 9 should be escaped as technically that is a range indicator. Most of the time you see people place it at the end before the ] and so it doesn't cause an error and so most people think they don't have to escape it. You also do not need to escape the forward slashes. Also using the question mark makes the previous optional, and don't know why you want that. So it should be like this: RewriteRule ^([a-zA-Z0-9-_]+)/?$ /index.php?loadPage=$1&mode=cms [QSA,L]

Categories : PHP

wordpress: htaccess redirect url
You don't want to use Redirect in conjunction with mod_rewrite, just stick with mod_rewrite. Replace the Redirect with: RewriteRule ^my_site/blog/cat/hello-world/ /my_site/cat/hello-world/ [L,R=301]

Categories : Wordpress

htaccess redirect 2 wordpress installations
This problem sometimes occurs. You can check this link to make your things workout for you. http://www.themesrush.com/how-to-fix-the-redirect-loop-error-in-wordpress/

Categories : Wordpress

Htaccess Redirect not working in wordpress with WHMCS-WP Integration
A few things: You need to remove the leading slash in your rule's target. It's going to get interpreted as an absolute URL-path and the /test/ URI base won't be used You have to escape (using a backslash) your %'s in the target. Mod_rewrite's going to interpret those as backreferences You need to use the NE flag, so that the %'s don't get encoded: <IfModule mod_rewrite.c> RewriteEngine On RewriteBase /test/ RewriteRule ^billing/client-area/$ billing/?whmcsportal\%5Bpage\%5D=whmcs\%3A\%2F\%2Fwww.thesmarttech.com\%2Fclientarea.php [L,NE] </IfModule> Also, make sure those rules are in the htaccess file in the /test/ directory.

Categories : Htaccess

IIS 7.5, ASP.NET MVC. HTTP Error 500 (Internal Server Error): An unexpected condition was encountered while the server was attempting to fulfil
I assume you're using Chrome as your web browser? This is the default error page Chrome displays when it receives a 500 HTTP response from the server with no content. You need to find the cause of this error. Open the Event Viewer (Win+R, type "eventvwr.msc", click OK). Expand "Windows Logs" and click "Application". Look for an error or warning that relates to IIS, W3SVC or similar. It's likely an error that's occurring before the request reaches the .NET pipeline.

Categories : Asp Net

Oops! An Error Occurred The server returned a "500 Internal Server Error" on new actions crated
add route like this in your routing.yml for this action: route_name: url: /route-name-example param: { module: ModuleName, action: exportPostsToProject } and make sure to be on DEV environment

Categories : Symfony2

htaccess redirect from development server
Can you change your internal web server configuration so that the development domain is an alias of the live site? That would be the easiest solution imo. Otherwise check out the answer by Sigg3.net here RewriteRule for tilde

Categories : Htaccess

Redirect all images to an external server using .htaccess?
You don't want your hostname as part of the pattern in a rewrite rule, only the request URI gets passed in for the matching. You want something like: RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^loc-site.example.com$ [NC] RewriteRUle ^sites/dev.site.com/image(.*)$ http://111.222.333.333/sites/dev.site.com/files/images/$1 [L,R=301] You can remove the =301 part of the flag if you don't want a permanent redirect.

Categories : Apache

.ashx - The remote server returned an error: (500) Internal Server Error
Try to use WebClient client = new WebClient(); client.Headers["Content-type"] = @"application/json"; Stream data = client.OpenRead(yoururl); ; StreamReader reader = new StreamReader(data); string responseFromServer = reader.ReadToEnd(); The above works fine for me.

Categories : C#

Handling The remote server returned an error: (500) Internal Server Error
It may not be wise to repeat the request. There are instances where a request fails to return but the receiving server may have processed it, as a result, a retry would result in duplication. It would be better if you raised an error response from this post method - By raising a specific exception - then it is the responsibility of the calling method on deciding what to do. It may choose to repeat the request or ignore it or try to validate it was received before attempting to send again.

Categories : C#

Redirecting to an internal page if logged in (Redirect Loop Error)
The loop I see is: A person goes to Default.aspx and they are already "logged in". Your code redirects them to inside.aspx In transit, they lose authentication (which may or may not be due to the browser). Your web.config notices that they are in an inside page, but not authenticated! your web.config pushes them back out to Default.aspx, where, for whatever reason, you are still authenticated. Your code redirects them to inside.aspx. etc. As good practice, make sure the user that is authenticated is not the anonymous user. That could be what is tripping you up. Is there any chance you are using IE 10 to test this?

Categories : C#

Subdomain Points to Subfolder and need .Htaccess to Redirect to a Wordpress Multi-Site Sub-Site
Well, depending on your provider, you can point your subdomain towards the same directory of your top level domain, i.e.: example.com -> /public_html/ this.example.com -> /public_html/ But your question is not clear about what you are trying to do. Is it a subdomains network or is it a subfolders network? If subdomains, try to change the directory your subdomain points to as in the example above, and create the blog inside wp-admin/network/ If subfolders, then you don't need the subdomain, unless you really want to redirect it to a subfolder just like an easier to remember shortcut, in that case you don't need a RewriteRule, WP takes care of the virtual subfolder.

Categories : Wordpress

the server responded with a status of 500 (Internal Server Error) when calling webservice
Your service could do with some exception handling to trap an error and write it to the event log (or something) so you can see what's going on. Alternatively, run it in Debug Mode through Visual Studio and issue your test -- it should catch at the breakpoint and allow you to step through to see what the problem is.

Categories : Asp Net

website developed with codeigniter working well on localhost but internal server error 500 on live server
This problem might be a cause of a misconfigured .htaccess file on the root folder of CI. Try using this for your .htaccess <IfModule mod_rewrite.c> RewriteEngine On # !IMPORTANT! Set your RewriteBase here and don't forget trailing and leading # slashes. # If your page resides at # http://www.example.com/mypage/test1 # then use # RewriteBase /mypage/test1/ RewriteBase /mypage/test1 <-----MODIFY THIS RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteRule ^(.*)$ index.php?/$1 [L] </IfModule> <IfModule !mod_rewrite.c> # If we don't have mod_rewrite installed, all 404's # can be sent to index.php, and everything works as normal. ErrorDocument 404 /index.php </IfModule> Also, go to config.php inside the

Categories : PHP

web application on server won't show errors (only internal server error)
As Grant Thomas mentioned, it could be a problem with the config file itself. Easiest way I've found to determine that is to try and open up part of the configuration through IIS, then if it is an error with the config file, IIS will throw up an error dialog. So, head into IIS, select the website in question, and try to open one of the config sections, such as .Net Error Pages or Connection Strings, see if you get an error dialog appear.

Categories : C#

500 internal server error on asp.net page caused probably by server.MapPath
The problem is you're trying to save to the App_Data folder - this folder is only available to actual code. You cannot write to it by default, you also cannot output its contents to your website. The App_Data is specifically meant for Data only - such as XML & Database files - see here for more info: MSDN App_Data folder So, even if you managed to save a file into app_data you would not be able to display it - you would receive an unauthorized access error message. To fix, change this: HttpContext.Current.Server.MapPath("~/App_Data/setP") to something like this HttpContext.Current.Server.MapPath("~/uploadImages/setP") Essentially give yourself a different folder to upload to. Update Following from the comments it seems you are getting the A Generic error occurred in GDI+...

Categories : Asp Net

Server sent unexpected return value (500 Internal Server Error) on SVN commit
First of take a look at the protocol you're using to connect to the SVN server - you're using http or https you can be certain that svn is configured to work oven a web server (apache or nginx or etc.). Then the logs on the server will be in the relevant web server's log directory. This is the case if the server was not specially configured. Concrete logging configuration resides in your subversion.conf Find the logs the answer you're looking for is in there.

Categories : Svn

ajax, jquery ,respose error (500 internal server error) & xml parsing error
Cross domain posts do not allow for XML I believe. You can try using jsonp though. To do that add datatype:'jsonp' Also when you use JSONP it is not possible to do a post. Only GET is possible with JSONP.

Categories : Jquery

Internal Server Error on using python on web server with cpanel
Trying running that code directly from the python console.. You should see this SyntaxError: EOL while scanning string literal print "<html>Hello world!</html>" You have an extra '

Categories : Python

Jersey 2.0 and Moxy Internal Server Error But No Server Log
The official Jersey examples that demonstrate how to integrate EclipseLink MOXy can be found at the following link: https://github.com/jersey/jersey/tree/master/examples/json-moxy Where to find the stacktrace for the internal server error will depend upon your setup, can you provide additional information about yours? Using the above example if I remove the default constructor from the org.glassfish.jersey.examples.jsonmoxy.TestBean class I will get the following exceptions when running mvn test. One of them is good and the other is bad. I'm going to follow up with the Jersey lead to work out the proper behaviour. Bad Exception testGet(org.glassfish.jersey.examples.jsonmoxy.JsonResourceTest) Time elapsed: 0.507 sec <<< ERROR! javax.ws.rs.InternalServerErrorException:

Categories : Json

Inserting Image into Azure blob -{"Error: Internal Server Error"} MobileInvalidOperationException
By default, Azure Mobile Services have "dynamic schema" enabled, which means that you don't really need to define the columns in your tables - as long as you insert data, it will "figure out" the appropriate type and create the column for you. But it needs to figure out which type to use. In your case, this is the request which will be sent to the service (pretty-printing of JSON added for clarity, in reality it's sent without unnecessary whitespaces): POST .../tables/TodoItem Content-Type: application/json { "text":null, "containerName":"todoitemimages", "resourceName":null, "sasQueryString":null, "imageUri":null } When this gets to the service for the first time, it knows that you're trying to insert columns such as "text", "resourceName", but since there is no va

Categories : Azure

jquery ajax error message on 500 Internal Server Error different on tomcat and jetty
Sounds like Jetty and Tomcat are handling the response differently. Take a look at the Content-Type HTTP header, the HTTP status code returned by the server, and see if any error handlers are redirecting the response on the server before it makes it to the client. Some pseudo code that might serve as an example of what might work on the server: HttpServletResponse resp; // likely passed in as argument resp.setContentType("application/json"); try { // do something } catch (Exception e) { String jsonError = "{"error":"" + e.getMessage() + ""}"; resp.getWriter().print(jsonError); resp.sendError(500); } This way you should be able to use JQuery's $.ajaxError() event handler and parse the error message.

Categories : Jquery

IPN stimulator returns error 'IPN Delivery Failed:500 INTERNAL SERVER ERROR'?
Solved the Problem. Need '/' at the end of IPN Handler URL if you give IPN handler url http://<url>/paypal/notify it will return 500: error. But if you give http://<url>/paypal/notify/ it will works fine.

Categories : Python

MVC4 Action Post Parameters Error 500 Internal Server Error
try like this public register(data: any): bool { var url = this.baseUrl + "Account/Register/"; var xhr: JQueryXHR = $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: url, dataType: "json", contentType: "application/json; charset=utf-8", data: JSON.stringify({ login: ({ UserId : 0, Username: "myUser", Password: "myPass" }), company: ({ CompanyId : 0, Name: "myCompany" }) }), async: false, cache: false, }); return (xhr.status == 200); } UserLogin public class UserLogin { public int UserId {get; set;} public string Username { get; set; } public string Password { get; set; } } Company public class Company { publi

Categories : C#

Redirect to custom 404 error page with .htaccess when the site url is unknown
You can just use a proceeding slash and not declare the URL at all. For example: ErrorDocument 400 /error-404 This will always grab the page from http://domain.com/error-404, although the URL will remain as whatever the 404ing URL is they're trying to access. The only thing you need to be sure of is that your 404 page is in the domain root!

Categories : Htaccess

server side - bootsrap typeahead internal error on first load - with laravel http error not found
Try to add the full website url to jQuery's url object. If you want dynamic url you could add <script>var WEBSITE_URL = {{ URL::to('/') }};</script> before your js application, then ... $.ajax({ url: WEBSITE_URL + 'customers/typeahead/'+query, ... Try to use firebug to see what's sent and what's returned so you can better locate where's the error.

Categories : PHP

Azure (HTTP 500 Internal Server Error). I need a better error message
Taken from the question: I figured it out. Go to your website in Azure Go to the configure page Roll down to a heading called site diagnostics Turn on detailed error message then click save at the bottom of the page. Your detailed errors will be logged in the diagnostics FTP site. Don't know why it took me so long to find it.

Categories : Azure

Ignoring [Django] ERROR (EXTERNAL IP): Internal Server Error
In your LOGGING configuration you can override handler class 'handlers': { 'mail_admins': { 'level': 'ERROR', 'class': 'django.utils.log.MyAdminEmailHandler', 'include_html': True, } }, Now you can write your class MyAdminEmailHandler. Check its code in AdminEmailHandler In emit function, just get rid of report if (request.META.get('REMOTE_ADDR') not in settings.INTERNAL_IPS)

Categories : Python

django - ERROR (EXTERNAL IP): Internal Server Error - scanproxy?
The alert is most likely raised because the HTTP_HOST header in that request does not match a hostname defined in your Django configuration in ALLOWED_HOSTS. Let's say your site is www.mysite.com. Generally, DNS is configured to point all requests to the IP address your site listens on. However, there's nothing to stop me from making a request to that IP address and declaring in the HTTP header that the request is destined to www.anothersite.com. In most cases, there's nothing particularly harmful about that behavior but the Django developers have decided that it's suspicious enough to warrant a 500 response and a warning. In your specific case, you're receiving a request from 66.197.134.126 to your webserver, asking for www.scanproxy.net. Your webserver accepted this request and fo

Categories : Django

Error consuming Web Service: SOAP-ENV:Client Internal Server Error SoapDoc::CheckNameSpace: Wrong xml name space
After hours of investigation, i solved it, the problem was the Soap version, by default, Zend uses Soap 1.2. When i changed it to the 1.1 version, everything works perfectly. $params = array( 'soapVersion' => SOAP_1_1 ); $client = new Zend_Soap_Client($url, $params); I hope help somebody with this :D Greetings

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