jquery.getJSON calls error BUT 200 OK is returned by service

Hi all,

I'm developping plugins for Jira 5.1. Actually, I need to use json data returned from a rest service.

I have the following code:

	    	.error(function(jqXhr, textStatus, error) {
	    		alert("ERROR: " + textStatus + ", " + error);

The funny thing is that, even I can see a correct response (200 accept, correct content type (text/json), correct body) with my http debugger (Fiddler), I only enter the "error" handler and I see "OK" for both textStatus and error parameters, ending in displaying the alert "ERROR: OK, OK" in my browser...

Any idea? Is there any known bug with the javascript shipped with Jira 5.1?

Thanks a lot !

6 answers

1 accepted

Fixed, using a JSONP query type, and after transforming the backend, it works better

Exact same behavior using AJS.$() instead of jQuery()

Works perfectly fine with jQuery v1.4.4

0 vote

Have seen something very similar before. Can't remember the solution - but try using jQuery.ajax instead of getJSON, with "dataType:'json'"

same behavior...

although its an old post but it might help others.I was having the same problem and i found out the data i am getting from server was not in correct json format so it was giving me error.i fixed that and the thing got fixed

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