To compare: I've got in Keychain. This code does assume a jquery ajax call of the form jQuery. Restoring this by setting the correct date and restarting the browsers solved the issue for me. The best way to find the exact cause is to look at the. For this error, there is nothing. Several successive tests will fail with the same error, then chrome starts once again responding and tests succeed. Guess you'll never find out.
If the response body hadn't be written to prior the the exception being thrown, Kestrel would respond with a 500 status code instead of sending an incomplete response. I'm willing to try anything, just point me to it and I'll give it a shot. Cannot really understand why it was a problem. I am connecting to a port on my server via ssl. Network errors and attacks are usually temporary, so this page will probably work later.
I've been scratching my head an entire evening. I tried to open the site and it didn't load only the html part without css. I just now went into the admin and was able to add a few child navigation items, no problems. We will be glad to assist you. I'm pulling an iframe of an html website into another website but i keep getting the console chrome error in the title of this question and in internet explorer it says: Content was b.
I hope I save someone a headache debugging this problem. This can happen for a number of reasons. If the issue comes up again i'll change the url config and report back. AndroidDev I installed google-chrome-stable Google Chrome 54. But once that acceptance has timed-out or before it has first been accepted, the jQuery. I believe this is a bug in jquery's handling of this error.
I hope this will help. As I mention in those previous comments, this will likely show the unhanded exception that caused the response writing to be cut short. If the issue still persists, Open Inprivate browser and try opening it. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. After accessing the https domain and accepting the certificate, the ajax call works fine. The results were the same, with an unstyled and unusable Login page.
Offering another potential solution to this error. And disabling it, doesn't resolve the issue. Since I , I'm not able to provide much more information, but it exhibits the same intermittent behavior, then eventually it crashes with: Selenium::WebDriver::Error::UnknownError: Reached error page: about:neterror? The expected behavior from Kestrel in this case is to close the connection mid response. What happens if you do that? I still experienced the problem described above on an Asus T100 Windows 10 test device for both up to date Edge and Chrome browser. You can see this for yourself in the code here. I have a very vague memory of some GlobalSign certificates being suspect a couple years ago, so they may have all been explicitly marked as untrusted then, without understanding all the consequences. Your certificate is probably self-signed.
My solution is to force the error call after a specified timeout. I have a hunch it was probably just a certificate mismatch issue with the browser, it sounds like you were probably using Google Chrome. If your logs don't show an unhandled exception, capture the most verbose log output you can, put it in a gist and link it to here along with the raw request and response copied from Fiddler. I'm not actually sure what possible exception could be getting thrown. Not the answer you're looking for? For example, here is nytimes. I can't say with any certainty it is selenium, the docker image, chrome, or anything else. It is working fine when integrated with a http domain.