How To Get DWR ReadyState

Jul 19, 2011

how to get DWR readyState as in AJAX. I am using Springs.

Problem for me is sometimes the Flow continues even before Ajax values being returned and hence ends up in some error. If I can get the readyState, then i can check whether it is 4, so that I can make the flow to continue further.

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XMLHttpRequest Hangs On ReadyState 3

Aug 11, 2006

I'm using the XMLHTTPRequest JavaScript object to fetch updated info
from the server.

The problem I'm having occurs on Windows 2000/IE 6. There is a very
long pause on readyState 3 (close to a minute, maybe more) but it
eventually gets to readyState 4. I have no idea why. The page works
just fine on Windows XP/IE 6.

There is no delay or hang up on the server side as far as I can tell
(if we get to readyState 3 is because the server already sent its

Does anyone know what takes place between readyState 3 and 4 and why
does this happen on Windows 2000 but not on Windows XP? Code:

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Object.readystate For Firefox

Apr 20, 2011

I am using object tag and have attached onreadystatechange event to a function. in this function i want to check object.readystate value and perform some operations. but it seems object.onreadystatuschange and object.readystate is not supported in Firefox.

Is there any alternative to have readystate available or onreadystatechange event available in Firefox? my requirement is to perform certain operation once element being loaded inside <object> tag is fully loaded and available.

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Returning ResponseXML, Set Within An Anonymous Function, Only Once ReadyState = 4

Dec 4, 2006

I have several functions with code along the lines of:

var xmlDoc = requestXML("ajax.asp?SP=SelectRelatedTags&tag=" +

The requestXML() function includes the code:

var xmlDoc = null;
http_request.onreadystatechange = function() {
if (http_request.readyState == 4) {
if (http_request.status == 200) {
xmlDoc = http_request.responseXML;
} else {
alert('There was a problem with the request.' +
}}};'GET', url, true);
return xmlDoc;

However, the last line (the return) executes before the readyState
reaches 4. How do I return the xmlDoc to the functions only once the
xmlDoc has been assigned? I tried putting the return statement in a
while loop with the condition that the readyState must = 4 - this
worked, but makes the browser popup a message saying the script is
slowing down the system.

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Nov 3, 2010

i use the getJSON function to get some data from another link here is the function

$.getJSON( site_url , function(data) {

site_url is a link to tinyurl script which return a tiny url in this form [URL]now this working very fine with firefox but not with IE and google chrome sometimes it working and always get error " j.readyState is null or not an object

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Jan 28, 2011

I'm having a little bit of a problem with some ajax on my page.Below is the code in it's current state (with debugging info included):

function setrating(id)


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AJAX :: Request Readystate Stuck At 1 Only For Specific Request?

Oct 16, 2010

I have a php page which returns a table representing a query sent to a MySQL database. So far it has worked in every case except now that I'm trying to use it to call a stored procedure, in which case the readystate is staying at 1 and never completing.

I have logged the results of the php file both in an error log and looked at the response from the request using firebug, both of which show a correct result.

Why isn't this returning properly?

Here are the relevant javascript functions:

function customizeType()
$("custom-header").innerHTML = "";
$("custom-top").innerHTML = "";


After the page loads, the error log shows correct results for all queries.

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