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Getting Error {"RemoteException":{"exception":"IllegalArgumentException","javaClassNa


Getting Error {"RemoteException":{"exception":"IllegalArgumentException","javaClassNa

By : Luis
Date : November 24 2020, 05:44 AM
Hope this helps for the sake of posterity, you need to pass the namenoderpcaddress parameter at the end, something like:
code :


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jquery ajax error {"readyState":0,"responseText":"","status":0,"statusText&

jquery ajax error {"readyState":0,"responseText":"","status":0,"statusText&


By : user3403744
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . I came across the same issue: how to register every time a user click the link.
The problem is infact that if you don't stop the pop up, the ajax request doesn't complete and you get readyState: 0!
code :
/*  --------------------------------------------------------------------------
 *  Before that add 'downloads' class to every anchor tag (link) in your page
 *  This script does the rest
 *  
 *  remember to change 'your_php_file' with the one you use
 *  -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */

$(document).ready( function()
{

    // Check if there is any link with class 'downloads'
    if ( typeof $('.downloads') != 'undefined' )
    {
        var links = $('.downloads');

        // Run this for every download link
        for ( var i = 0; i < links.length; i++ )
        {   
            // Set click behaviour
            links[i].onclick = function(e)
            {
                // Get download name
                var attr = this.attributes,
                    href = attr.href.textContent,
                    elem = href.split('/'),
                    elem = elem[elem.length - 1];

                // Send the download file name and only after completing the request let the user download the file
                $.ajax(
                {
                    type : "POST",
                    dataType : "text",
                    // 'your_php_file' must be an ABSOLUT or RELATIVE path!
                    url: your_php_file,
                    // 'elem' is a variable containing the download name
                    // you can call it in your php file through $_POST['download_name']
                    data: { download_name: elem },
                    // here we go magic:
                    // after the request is done run the popup for the download
                    complete: function()
                    {
                        window.location.href = href;
                    }
                });

                // Stop default behaviour until ajax request has been done
                e.preventDefault();
            };
        }
    }
});
{ "error": { "message": "Missing client_id parameter.", "type": "OAuthExcep

{ "error": { "message": "Missing client_id parameter.", "type": "OAuthExcep


By : marlic
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further May be you have not setup the env for FACEBOOK_KEY and FACEBOOK_SECRET
In terminal (if you are using linux or mac)
code :
$ export FACEBOOK_KEY=zzyzyzyzyzyzzy
$ export FACEBOOK_SECRET=zzyzyzyzyzyzzysbdbdsndnds

#now start rails from same terminal
$ rails s
provider :facebook, ENV['FACEBOOK_KEY'], ENV['FACEBOOK_SECRET']
provider :facebook, 'FACEBOOK_KEY', 'FACEBOOK_SECRET'
{"error":{"message":"Services require JSON-RPC","code":0,"origin":2},&

{"error":{"message":"Services require JSON-RPC","code":0,"origin":2},&


By : George F.
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help JSON RPC expects the client to send parameters to the server using an HTTP POST command with the procedure parameters in the post data. When you type a URL into the browser it sends an HTTP GET command, which doesn't send any parameters.
RPC is intended for use by application programs, not directly by end users. See http://json-rpc.org/ for more details about it.
Facebook API {"error":{"message":"(#100) No matching user found","type":"OA

Facebook API {"error":{"message":"(#100) No matching user found","type":"OA


By : Rui Cunha
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue I found the solution. Turn out I'm confuse with all the access token because they all nearly the same BUT it's actually not. To get the right access token I use Graph API Explorer.
Steps:
code :
{
    "recipient": {
        "user_ref": "xplynagfqasoiuqnwyepnyiqe"
    },
    "message": {
        "text": "hello, world!"
    }
}
{
    "message_id": "mid.1456970487936:c34767dfe57ee6e339"
}
{"error":{"message":"(#324) Requires upload file","type":"OAuthException&qu

{"error":{"message":"(#324) Requires upload file","type":"OAuthException&qu


By : Kalenx
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out See the docs for a photos graph POST request here https://developers.facebook.com/docs/reference/api/user/#photos
Your image data should go into the "source" field, and the only other available fields are "message", "place' and "no_story". The "src", "name", "href" are not valid fields.
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