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i want to create new view but every time i make selection like user, content etc. i got this error

An AJAX HTTP error occurred. HTTP Result Code: 500 Debugging information follows. Path: /dru/system/ajax StatusText: Internal Server Error ResponseText: registrar_frameset({ a_id: 48873, // edit this to pass your portfolio ID, drid: 'as-drid-2416478692338427'}); // edit this to pass your Domain Registrant ID

  • Does your browser console have ajax request url the same as your domain? – user20301 Sep 26 '14 at 7:51
  • i think so, i try on mamp all working fine. but when move to live domain. the massage start coming out every time i use view. you think this have something relate to server – wnr c3r Oct 3 '14 at 2:15
  • What I mean does the addresses match with each other after type selection in places presented in this picture dyp.im/gllurylgYJ ? (please edit if unapproapriate) – user20301 Oct 3 '14 at 11:16
  • just install firefox now. i got the real error now..... TypeError: this.iframeWindow.jQuery is not a function . Error come from this code: /** * Event handler: dispatches events to the overlay document. * * @param event * Event being triggered, with the following restrictions: * - event.type: any * - event.currentTarget: any */ Drupal.overlay.eventhandlerDispatchEvent = function (event) { if (this.iframeWindow && this.iframeWindow.document) { this.iframeWindow.jQuery(this.iframeWindow.document).trigger(event); } }; – wnr c3r Oct 4 '14 at 17:38
  • So your Drupal page in iframe doesnt have jQuery included. I would pursue answer provided by @Mirakolous further by checking what version of jQuery you have in the admin view page/overlay frame. – user20301 Oct 6 '14 at 7:21
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I would comment this, but I do not have the reputation. If you are using jQuery Update module, make sure it is set to 1.5 for the admin pages.

  • yes, i use jQuery update module. if i off module all fine. but if i enable even popup module it still come even jQuery module is in off condition – wnr c3r Oct 3 '14 at 2:19

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