I developed a program by applying this page and I am using it well.
However, if there is a lot of transmission data when trying "SAVE DATA CHANGES", an error occurs. It is not an error that occurs in the target url, but an error that cannot reach the target url itself.
All the data from the above url
If I change it to , and save it, I get an error.
method : get
Because it is a get, an error will occur.
On my site, I get an error even though I tried to post.
It's not even that the size of the data to be transferred is large.
Moreover, an error occurs even though it is not a get but a post.
The number of data passed is not large.
This is not an error occurring in the target url, but the transmission itself has failed.
What are the countermeasures? What are the alternatives?
It's not big data, but I get an error at "SAVE DATA CHANGES".
What could be the workaround?
please solve it thank you
I tried to replicate the issue but to no avail. In the screencast linked here, you could see that the request is successfully sent by clicking the 'Submit' button in our demos. Could you please let me know if I am missing something? Is there something specific in the steps that should be followed to replicate the issue? Could you please try to use the Spreadsheet demo and save data in different browsers and let us know if the issue occurs on every browser?
Looking forward to your reply.
This is the URL from your example site.
In order to explain the main problem
Added [ method: "POST", ] in function onSubmit .
On my site, adding [ method: "POST", ] sends it as POST .
However, in dojo.telerik.com, it is not POST and continues to be GET.
So, it's frustrating.
If dojo.telerik.com is also POSTed, I can pinpoint the problem more easily.
It's easy to explain what the problem is.
By the way, why is [ method: "POST", ] not recognized in dojo.telerik.com?
On my site, POST works fine.
The observed issue is due to that the mentioned request sends jsonp requests to its endpoint. In that case, the request will always be of type GET. Below is some more general info on that topic:
If you could use instead JSON requests/responses, you can send data with a POST, which will automatically move data in the body:
I hope that the above helps.
We want to show you the results, not theories or explanations.
Code directly from the URL below and leave the result.
Even if you change it to POST, it will only be recognized as GET.
I wish you success.
Thank you for reaching out.
As mentioned previously the described behavior is not caused by the Dojo or by Kendo. If you try to send an jsonp ajax request from a standard html page and without using Kendo scripts the behavior will be the same.
Attached you will find two html files. The first has the same content as the Dojo sent previously and the second one does not use Kendo library. It reference only jQuery. However in both examples when sending the ajax jsonp request, the Request Method in the browser is GET. Let me know if I am missing something.