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Cross origin request with AJAX, JQuery, Apache & basic authentication
Maybe you should try this? It works fine on my Apache server: Header always set Access-Control-Allow-Headers "Authorization, X-Requested-With, Content-Type, Accept, Origin" Use Access-Control-Allow-Headers instead of Access-Control-Request-Headers.

Categories : Jquery

Cross Origin Request being made without CORS
Provided the request is a 'simple method' (GET/HEAD/POST) and the headers are all 'simple headers', then the browser can follow the 'simple' steps for the request, which don't include an OPTIONS pre-flight.

Categories : Ajax

Cross Origin Request with Kohana and JavaScript
The Problem The problem I was having was due to a setting in my Apache config file which looked like this: <IfModule mod_headers.c> Header set Access-Control-Allow-Origin "*" </IfModule> In order to solve my particular problem I simple removed / commented out the above code as it was overriding the headers I sent from PHP. My implemented solution was then quite simple. In the following example we'll assume that I am making a call from one.example.com (the main website) to two.example.com (a sub-site). Kohana / PHP In my PHP I set the following headers, I've chosen to do this in my parent Controller. You could create your own Cors class or helper if you prefer. Basically you don't want to have this code duplicated hundreds of times throughout your project. $this->

Categories : Javascript

Two ASP.NET web applications - Cross origin request always succeeds without discretion
Cross-sub-domain requests are still considered cross-domain requests as different sub-domains can point to entirely different IPs and servers. You'll definitely get errors if you don't set up CORS properly in your production setup. Edit: To properly emulate production setup, you'll need to play with the IIS binding configuration. If you can't get it working, you shall try a VM for hosting the api.hybridwebapp.com, which will definitely work as CORS is triggered automatically between different servers.

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Cross Domain Ajax Call In Blackberry Webworks Error Bad Request
Your json is invalid, it should be { "id": "1", "data": "4" }, notice how the key and string quotes are " instead of '. Also instead of building ajax by hand use JSON.stringify. e.g. data: JSON.stringify({ 'id': '1', 'data': '4' }),

Categories : Jquery

jQuery cross domain AJAX request fails with XMLHttpRequest cannot load error
Your best bet is to create a REST/JSON service on your own web server that simply returns the remote results from Google's API. That way any cross-domain problems are avoided and you have more control over future changes to the API (you can for example reformat the content to suit your own nefarious uses:)).

Categories : Jquery

"XMLHttpRequest cannot load Origin is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin" Error for invoking SOAP request
You'd need to modify your GET request to be a JSONP request. How to make a JSONP request from Javascript without JQuery?

Categories : Rest

JQuery AJAX request to Sinatra app blocked by CORS
I have found the answer to my problem. Initially, I was adding the header information to the Passenger web server via my sites-available/defaults file, and the Sinatra web service routes. Having set the CORS response headers in both places caused my response headers to have duplicate header information about the allowed origin, methods, etc. Once I removed the headers from the web server, and left them on the web service routes, my requests went through.

Categories : Jquery

Access-Control-Allow-Origin after jQuery AJAX HEAD request
If you make the request using PHP running on your server then the request comes from you. If you make the request using JavaScript running in your visitor's browser, then the request comes from your visitor … with your visitor's identity … and your visitor's credentials … but the data would still be available to your code. If the browser let you access data from arbitrary websites, then you could access your visitor's private information on those sites. Access-Control-Origin allows a server to state that the data available for a given URI is not private, so JavaScript running on other sites is allowed to access it.

Categories : PHP

AJAX cross-domain request IE 8+
Use this plugin for IE8-9 Xdomain support. https://github.com/MoonScript/jQuery-ajaxTransport-XDomainRequest

Categories : Javascript

Getting nothing when doing cross domain AJAX request with YQL
$.getJSON accepts as callback function for 'success' response. But if error were returned (404, 500, etc) then it will not call this function. You need to add extra functions in order to catch other scenarios of responses: $.getJSON( yql, cbFunc) .done(function() { console.log( "second success" ); }) .fail(function(jqxhr, textStatus, error) { console.log( "error", textStatus, error ); }) .always(function() { console.log( "complete" ); });

Categories : Javascript

Cross-domain request through $.ajax
Might be that the javascript thinks it is a string and not an object. Since it is JSON, you can use JSON.parse(data) to get the data as an object or array of objects, then traverse it.

Categories : Javascript

Syncrhonous Cross-Domain AJAX request
By default cross-domain AJAX requests are not allowed. You need permission from the other server using CORS, or you can use JSONP.

Categories : Javascript

Cross Domain ajax request with jquery
Put this in your JS: <script> jQuery.support.cors = true; $(document).ready(function(){ //stuff } </script>

Categories : Jquery

AJAX Cross Domain request to WCF service without using jsonp
protected void Application_BeginRequest(object sender, EventArgs e) { EnableCrossDomainAjaxCall(); } private void EnableCrossDomainAjaxCall() { HttpContext.Current.Response.AddHeader("Access-Control-Allow-Origin", "*"); if (HttpContext.Current.Request.HttpMethod == "OPTIONS") { HttpContext.Current.Response.AddHeader("Access-Control-Allow-Methods", "GET, POST"); HttpContext.Current.Response.AddHeader("Access-Control-Allow-Headers", "Content-Type, Accept, Foo"); HttpContext.Current.Response.AddHeader("Access-Control-Max-Age", "1728000"); HttpContext.Current.Response.End(); } } did the trick. In my case, I also had to add one custom header named Foo as an example as I had to pass that from client side. Hope it helps someone!

Categories : Ajax

Cross domain ajax request that returns xml using AngularJS
Without access to the same service you are using, it is hard to pinpoint the issue. Are you using a public API? I was able to get basic demo to work using $http.get. Take a look at this plunker. var app = angular.module('plunker', []); app.controller('MainCtrl', function($scope, $http) { $scope.name = 'World'; var url = "data.xml"; $http.get(url,{ transformResponse: function (data) { var x2js = new X2JS(); var json = x2js.xml_str2json(data); return json; } }).success(function (data) { $scope.foo = data.foo; }); });

Categories : Xml

Issue with IE8-9 & "Cross Domain" jQuery/AJAX Request
Ended up using this code sample to address my issue. Thanks to everyone for the help! $.ajax({ type: "POST", xhr: (window.ActiveXObject) ? function() { try { return new window.ActiveXObject("Microsoft.XMLHTTP"); } catch(e) {} } : function() { return new window.XMLHttpRequest(); }, url: ajaxurl, data: post, beforeSend: function(){ }, success: function(returndata){ } });

Categories : Jquery

ajax cross domain request doesn't call callbacks
The jsonp datatype supports only json formatted data. In your case the http://www.netflix.com does not support jsonp output type, it sends back html content as the response, so I don't think it is possible to use jsonp with the given resource

Categories : Ajax

IE8 & 9 Security Issue with jquery AJAX "Cross Domain" request
You can do couple of things, crossdomain.xml well they didn't work well for me, there is HTML Header for it, I didn't remember, but the easiest thing I remember is to use getJSON method of Jquery or using JSONP, JSONP request are independent in these sense and works well for me thus far.

Categories : Jquery

Chrome Extensions - make a cross domain AJAX request
The restriction against resources loaded over HTTP applies only to those resources which are directly executed. Is the script directly executed or do you have JSONP mechanism?

Categories : Ajax

Cordova 2.9.0 Android, cross domain Ajax request always fail
This will only work if you build your application as an apk (android app) and install it on an android device, the fastest way to do so is to upload your zipped project to phonegap build and download the apk and run it on your phone.

Categories : Jquery

Ajax cross domain request allowed in internet explorer
If the origin header is missing, then the request is not cross-domain according to IE. IE violates the same-origin policy RFC in several ways. First, it ignores port numbers. Second, IE will allow domains that are in the trusted zone to interact without applying the same origin policy

Categories : Ajax

Using AngularJS, how to make a cross-domain ajax request with basic authentication?
$resources is a higher level abstraction that utilizes $http, so regardless of which one you choose to use, adding the Authorization header is a valid solution. Head over to the angular $http docs for information on how to do that. If you're doing anything more than hard coding a user/password into your application, you might want to take a look at response interceptors as a way to catch 401s and have your user log in. I've studied this blog post in the past when I was looking for a way to build fluid authentication into my app. I'd definitely recommend it if you're thinking about going down that path.

Categories : Ajax

Cross-domain Ajax request with Spring MVC Rest API works with Safari only
I don't think its likely that there's anything wrong with the API. Instead, what is very likely is that the functions you're using to send the data to the API is not supported across all browsers. You may not always be getting a value for the url variable You may not always have the .toUrlValue method Using firebug in firefox, you can inspect the POST params that you're sending from the request. Make sure that your POST data is not different between the different browsers.

Categories : Jquery

Detecting errors from cross domain AJAX request when the host doesn't respond
This is the intended behavior. Note: This handler is not called for cross-domain script and cross-domain JSONP requests. Error callbacks do not get triggered for cross-domain script and cross-domain jsonp requests. If there was a workaround that worked consistently jQuery would probably have already implemented it.

Categories : Jquery

Why is ajax request working cross-domain in the google extension sample without jsonp?
I got it. Its CORS. In the Flicker API, the response header has Access Control Allow Origin header set to *. Hence, any ajax request would work. You need to edit your server configuration file if u need to set this header. By default its not *.

Categories : Ajax

Cross domain jQuery $.ajax request fails for PUT (Method PUT is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Methods.)
Apparently the browser first sends an OPTIONS request to find out if PUT (or DELETE) requests are allowed. Since I had not allowed the OPTIONS method in Access-Control-Allow-Methods it failed and so did the PUT request after in Firefox. Adding OPTIONS to Access-Control-Allow-Methods solved the problem: header('Access-Control-Allow-Methods: GET, POST, PUT, OPTIONS');

Categories : Jquery

What if Cross Domain Ajax request meets the content of target div is generated a few seconds later than document loaded
I see two possibilities : either the "delayed" content is loaded by the external link through an ajax call : in that case you will need to access the url of this extra ajax call. or the the "delayed" content is already present in the response, and inserted in the DOM with a setTimeout : in that case, the data is already present in the response you get (either inside a hidden html node, or stored in some javascript variable, or written in exetenso in javascript code ...), you will have to find a way to extract it from the response. Your #output div is modified as the result of an ajax call. Open up your Firebug console, browse to the page you are trying to scrape, select your geographical zone, and look at what appears in the console as the page is being updated. Some ajax queries are

Categories : Javascript

Cross-origin image load denied by Cross-Origin Resource Sharing policy
If you wish to load cross-origin images to a canvas, you need to either serve the image with cross-origin headers or under the same origin. That image under Facebook is served with the following header option set: Access-Control-Allow-Origin:* Meaning, it can be cross-origin loaded with the useCORS option. However, it would appear that your Host B isn't serving them with cross-origin headers set.

Categories : Javascript

CORS: preflight passes, main request completes w/200, but browser still has Origin error
Troubleshooting CORS-Related Problems If you are trying to reproduce the problem, and you're not seeing a request/response, it is possible that your browser has cached an earlier failed preflight request attempt. Clearing your browser's cache may also clear the preflight cache... https://developers.google.com/storage/docs/cross-origin I tested the following configuration on test-cors.org and it appears to work. Just remember to clear your cache every now and then while you are troubleshooting. var allowedHost = { // this is the origin that test-cors.org uses 'http://client.cors-api.appspot.com': true }; var allowCrossDomain = function(req, res, next) { if (!req.headers.origin || allowedHost[req.headers.origin]) { res.header('Access-Control-Allow-C

Categories : Node Js

Error in making cross domain request using jquery for json content
That doesnt answer your question directly but its also a way to achieve what you're trying: You can use: /* java side: */ $.getJSON("URL?some_call_back_function=?", dataToPass, function(data){ // do whatever you like.. }); /* php side: */ if(isset($_GET['some_call_back_function']) && $_GET['some_call_back_function'] != ''){ $someJsonToReturn = array('Something'=> "something"); echo $_GET['some_call_back_function'].'('.json_encode($someJsonToReturn ).')'; } i hope that helps. i use that usually when i want cross domain. here is the jquery API for it: getJson API

Categories : Javascript

AngularJs chaining an undefined ajax request and output progress (also if one request fail)
You can use $q.all to get all response and then process the response at the same time $q.all(promises).then(function (values) { //process all result together }); And you can also plugin a callback function to each promises to indicate the progress $q.all(promises[0].then(callback), promises[1].then(callback), ...).then(function (values) { //process all result together });

Categories : Angularjs

JQuery Ajax POST - Request Body not showing up in Raw HTTP Request
Look at the responseText success: function (response, status, xhr) { console.log(xhr.responseText); alert('Success Auth Token:' + response); } You will probably see the correct text there, but the responseXml will be null since the document is not valid. Why? Because you are missing the line <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?> which will make it a valid XML doc

Categories : Javascript

How to get individual text elements from a XML request in jQuery Ajax request
giv a try to this $(returned).find('data').each(function(){ var $data = $(this); var first_name = $data.find("first_name").text(); alert("it worked: " + first_name); });

Categories : Jquery

jQuery ajax request cancelled slows the current request
jQuery('#my_input').focusout(function(){ jQuery.xhrPool.abortAll(); }); blur event in that it supports detecting the loss of focus from parent elements blur vs focusout -- any real differences?

Categories : Jquery

How can I make an AJAX request and then remove the iframe the request was made from?
function cancelAndDelete() { $.ajax({url:"removeTempFiles.jsp", data: {id: fileId}, async: true}, complete: window.location.replace("http://URL HERE.com")); $("#iframe").remove(); } Is that what you're looking to do?

Categories : Jquery

How to view the http request created by an jquery ajax request
Wireshark can help you track network usage so you ll be able to check all http data transfers (ajax or not) using filters. You may be able to log http request directly on the server (WS can listen on localhost)

Categories : Jquery

Chrome Refuses to make Ajax Request to same url after request is aborted
It is because of cacheing, and because the URL is the same as it was before, hence why it ignores it. By appending a timestamp, makes the URL different, and each request goes through. Another option is setting cache to false (with .ajax()) which interestingly enough, simply appends a timestamp for you. .ajax() docs $.ajax({ /* ... */ cache: false });

Categories : Javascript

MVC Ajax Request not triggering in controller when submitting request
You have the Action labelled with [HttpPost]. This will work fine on the AJAX request with the POST HttpMethod, but the initial page load will be a GET Request - try removing the [HttpPost] or restructuring so that you have: [HttpPost] public ActionResult Schedule(int id = 0, string customerSearch = "") { Customer customer = _customerRepository.Find(id); return PartialView("Schedule", customer); } [HttpGet] public ActionResult Schedule(int id = 0) { return View(); } Also, your AJAX form is not posting from an input with name="id", so that will need to be addressed.

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Ajax Cross domain request to non-controlled domain
See Ways to circumvent the same-origin policy. None of them will meet your requirements. Preventing Mallory's site from using Alice's site with Bob's credentials (such as his IP address) is the point of the Same Origin Policy. There is no way around this for a web application. Since it's an internal application If it is an internal application, then you could look at using a browser extension to access the data. They have less restrictive security policies as they have to be explicitly installed.

Categories : Javascript



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