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Have a situation where - when submitting form data to a php script - the ajax script stalls at: ajax.send(data); When the script stalls, it throws no error messages and returns no results. It just stalls. The php script runs all of its scripty things perfectly sans ajax, so I know the php and mysql is solid. It's just when it comes to incorporating the ajax that there is any issue. But wait - there's more. When the script is under the influence of ajax, and stalls, the Firebug console displays this line of text in red (red obviously indicating some kind of error, even though there's no error message given): The reference to (line 60) is the very line where the aforementioned ajax.send call resides. Now, here's where things get really screwy: If I go into Firebug, right-click on that red console line (shown above) and select 'resend' - everything works perfectly. What the . . .heck? Is there something obvious happening here that everyone (besides me) knows, or should I post some of the code for further scrutiny? ~ David
Can anyone help me get the sample data and SQL commands into Workbench? The book says "You can download the complete SQL commands, along with some sample data, from the account page on the book’s Web site." (Page 64) Are these files for use in MySQL Workbench? If so, how can I get the commands and sample data into Workbench? I have already opened the yii_cms.mwb fil in Workbench, and I can see the visual of the table relationships. But I don't know how to import the data and SQL commands. This is not obvious to me, since Workbench is new for me. I have already downloaded and unzipped these files: SQL commands MySQL WorkBench file for the CMS site Edited Code for the CMS Example I am using version 0.5 of Larry Ullman's Yii book. I'm on Win XP, with XAMPP and Workbench running. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance!