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30087Re: [ydn-javascript] DYNAMIC TREE and DOMAIN NAME

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  • Satyam
    May 1 1:23 AM
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      What happens if you type that same URL into the address bar of the browser?
      Can you see anything? If the browser can reach that URL as a normal page
      then the Connection Manager should, unless the data is in a domain different
      from the page, but that wouldn't cause a 404 error. So, try to fetch that
      data as if it were a full page and see what happens.

      Satyam

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      From: "malutanpetronel" <malutanpetronel@...>
      To: <ydn-javascript@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Thursday, May 01, 2008 8:41 AM
      Subject: [ydn-javascript] DYNAMIC TREE and DOMAIN NAME


      >I try to test a dynamic YUI tree
      > I have configured on my development PC a yuitree_proxy.php called
      > from the page which generate firstlevel of tree, this proxy.php is
      > returning a string "a,b,c"
      >
      > In the callback I've tried to modify innerHTML for a div to see the
      > response...
      > var callback = {
      > success: function(oResponse) {
      > document.getElementById('tree').innerHTML =
      > oResponse.responseText; ..........
      >
      > but when click to expand a node I see in FIREBU a error which
      > point to YAHOO.util.Connect=...
      > Could this error be generated by the fact the site where I test is
      > it not a existing DNS name... is it defined only locally ?
      > http://catalog:82/.... ?
      >
      > ERROR IS GET http://catalog:82/prog/newcatalog_proxy.php?
      > query=Ecomax404 (15ms)....
      >
      > Or is it something else I should look for ?
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