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  • allesch
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    Hello,
    I've installed SilverStripe and an backend trouble appears. When I click on some page on Tree View then nothing happens (permanet revolting circle in spite of good connection) but when I type http://example.com/ss/admin/show/1 or http://example.com/ss/admin/show/2
    all work fine? How to fix?
    Thank you.

  • baba-papa
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    Re: backend problem Link to this post

    Did you try a different browser?

  • allesch
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    Re: backend problem Link to this post

    I've tried Firefox 3.6.12 and IE 6. There is the trouble with Firefox, IE is ok.

  • Sean
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    Re: backend problem Link to this post

    Have you tried checking Firebug to see if it is reporting any javascript errors in the console?

    Sean

  • allesch
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    Re: backend problem Link to this post

    To Sean

    There is no js error but Net Tab shows following:
    When I click on a page icon of Tree View then 2 requests are sent -
    POST http://asomesite.com/ss/admin/getItem?Id=3&ajax=1 200 Ok
    GET http://asom/?_=1289635027718 Aborted

    asom is 4 first chars of asomesite.com (my real domain is another)

    Instead of that GET request a few GET requests have to be sent:
    GET http://..../content.css?m=... ets

    I have just tried Google chrome - the behaviour is the same as
    with FF. With IE 6 there is no problem.

  • allesch
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    Re: backend problem Link to this post

    When I reinstalled SS from /ss to root the troublem vanished. So the topic is closed.
    But I don't understand the reason why backend worked properly with IE6 and didn't with
    FF and Chromo.

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