xmlhttprequest status code 0
Integer that represents the status. Default: this property has no default value. Example HTML code 1although IE supports the XMLHttpRequest object, but it does not work on local files. var forceActiveX (window.ActiveXObject location.protocol "file:") if (window. XMLHttpRequest XmlHTTPRequest status returns 0. I am at a loss for why my code is not working. When I launch the attached html object I get the status code 0 instead of the expected 200. Holds the status of the XMLHttpRequest. 0: request not initialized 1: server connection established 2: request received 3: processing request 4: request finished and response is ready. Status codes./ Provide the XMLHttpRequest constructor for Internet Explorer 5.x-6.x: Other browsers (including Internet Explorer 7.x-9.x) do not redefine XMLHttpRequest if it already exists. HTTP Response Status Codes (200, 404, 500) Cross Domain Requests.XMLHttpRequest (XHR) is an API in web browsers which provides a mechanism for making HTTP Requests without having to load a new page. XMLHttpRequest status 0 and XMLHttpRequest statusText unknown. While trying to put a copy of a website I had onto a CD to be used at a conference I ran into a problem with some AJAX code I was using on some inline pop up definitions I had on the site. The status codes returned are the standard HTTP status codes. For example, status 200 denotes a successful request.
If the server response doesnt explicitly specify a status code, XMLHttpRequest.status will assume the default value of 200. For the status code "zero" are you trying to do a request on a local webpage running on a webserver or without a webserver? XMLHttpRequest status 0 and XMLHttpRequest statusText unknown can help you if you are not running your script on a webserver. When running the code locally I would get XMLHttpRequest status 0, and XMLHttpRequest statusText unknown. status !XMLHttpRequest object returns status code0 in google chrome but in IE it return 200, hadoka82, 7/21/11 12:44 AM. responseText) ajax.status always returning 0, no matter which site it is, no matter what is the actual return code. I say actual, because ajax.statusText returning correct value, eg OK or RedirectingOtherwise, XMLHttpRequest will fail due to Same Origin Policy.