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BOOK: Professional Ajax ISBN: 978-0-471-77778-6
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Old November 26th, 2006, 11:59 PM
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when I submit the first xmlhttprequest in IE6 it returns a status code of 12030, what is causing that, and how can I prevent it?

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Hi,

This forum is for support of the book Professional Ajax. Your question is more general and really should be posted in the JavaScript forum.

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Preferably in the Ajax forum under the Web section. Can you also state how and where you get this number. HTTP codes normally go up to the 500s?

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This is the error message that is shown when the readystate of the request is 4 and I check for status code 200 in an if statement. The else displays the status if it is not 200.

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Every refernce I've seen states that 500 is the highest block for codes, what web server is this and can you show some of the script?

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I found this at another site. The 12030 is one of a number of Microsoft specific error codes that don't conform to HTTP standard response status codes. Here's a link to Microsoft's support site that lists their proprietary codes.


http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;EN-US;193625



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Thanks for that, I'll bookmark it. Now you need to find out why the connection was aborted :)

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hi rptodd1

i am getting exactly the same problem, did you end up solving it?

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This message (and actually 4 other codes like it) jump out in IE6 only and only during ssl ajax sessions. The only info I've been able to find out is that the packet never left the client's machne, so it is safe to reissue the request. This is important to me, because I am doing this on a transactional system.

I've got a lot of discussion brewing on this one at my forum, http://www.perkiset.org/forum/ in the Ajax and Javascript sections. If you get more info on this - amd particularly if you can find any more symptoms I'd LOVE to hear them. I've tried complicating things with iFrames and all manner of workarounds, but to get the user a "Locked" https page AND do Ajax you have to go this way.

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