Looks like we can't reproduce the issue or there's a problem in the test case provided.
AjaxProxy - "noCache" causing error message
I just simply want to pull from from a server-generated json result without any added parameters to my URL So I did the following:
A connection is made with the server, and the access logs shows the URL request giving a 200 code, so all seems OK on the server end. HOWEVER, in Designer 2 beta... I get this error when Load Data from the data store... why?
- unchecked "noCache"
- checked "remoteFilter"
- checked "remoteGroup"
- checked "remoteSort"
*** This error doesn't happen if "noCache" is checked. The server, however, cannot process the query with _dc on the query string.
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Suggestions for a work-around? Right now, I'm stopped in my tracks as I cannot acquire data for the store.
The simple workaround is just not to click Load Data.
Clicking Load Data doesn't do anything to your application source code or the application itself it just allows you to view the data within the designer.
That being said, I cannot reproduce this behavior here. Could you give us some more information about the JSON/XML being returned etc?
Hi Aaron, thank you for your reply.
The request is pulling from a Filemaker backend (on Mac OS Server) using XSLT to JSON generated from this: http://sixfriedrice.com/wp/products/...son-converter/
If you can provide us some scrubbed static data that reproduces the issue, it would be very helpful.
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I recognize what the OP's talking about, I think.
My data service, like the OP's, is very strict about parsing the query string. If it is presented with a query string field name that it doesn't recognize, it throws an HTTP 403 forbidden error. (The error is seen when you inspect the response headers in, say, chrome.) Clearly, '_dc' is not recognized by the server. As far as I can tell, the OP is simply asking how to switch off the infernal '_dc' piece of the query string.