28 Aug 2011 11:16 PM #1
Unanswered: Keep getting error ERROR_INTERNET_INVALID_URL in Fiddler
I am using Filddler for web debugging.
I started to notice the following error on my pages that use the ExtJS library:
ERROR_INTERNET_INVALID_URL for url "https://:/".
I'm using IE7 and IE8 with ExtJs 3.2.1
I couldn't find the resource for this call.
Is this something that you are aware of?
30 Aug 2011 3:24 AM #2
30 Aug 2011 3:50 AM #3
I never had this issue and saw it before, but if you enter "ERROR_INTERNET_INVALID_URL" at google search you find everything you need:
btw: why not using the newest version of ext 3 http://www.sencha.com/products/extjs3/ ?
30 Aug 2011 5:13 AM #4
Thanks for the reply.
I saw this thread today but it talked about the httpwatch and I wanted to know if also fiddler is a known issue.
Regarding the new version, i'm going to upgrade very soon. Was this issue fixed in this version or you are using it and never had the same problem?
30 Aug 2011 6:37 AM #5
I used nearly every gpl version of extjs since i found it and i never saw an issue like this.
at you position i would try another version. maybe this fixes it.
i also use fiddler for debugging ie but like i said. i never saw something like that error sry
30 Aug 2011 7:37 AM #6
Can you try viewing other websites, like the ExtJS demos? Check that this error isn't something you see elsewhere.
When do you see the error? On loading the page, when you click a button, when you load a grid...?
Do you see any failing requests in FF or Chrome?
30 Aug 2011 10:24 PM #7
raz0r1, thanks for the reply.
1. I see the error when pages are loaded.
3. Yes. It happens also in FF.
1 Sep 2011 10:40 AM #83. Yes. It happens also in FF.