|Hi, I have implemented MySQLPHPgrid on a hosted server, but guess what, they won't allow any kind of Ajax 'call back', even though it's not cross-domain in MySQLPHPgrid. So it has crippled my lovely app, which relies heavily on MySQLPHPgrid.|
Rather than going to the expense of getting a second hosting provider, does anyione know of a way around this? Cheers, Dave
|2007-03-01 19:57:08 - In reply to message 1 from Dave|
|Well, if a hosting provider doesn't allow Ajax callback's then many of today's applications won't run on their servers. So I don't think removing Ajax is a good direction. If you really want a version of MySQLPHPGrid that doesn't use Ajax, try one of the earlier versions.|
In fact, the coming version of MySQLPHPGrid will probably use even more Ajax callbacks (also for sorting, pagination etc.) to make it even more efficient.
|2007-03-02 00:18:28 - In reply to message 2 from dd|
Thanks for that...which is the latest non-Ajax version of MySQLPHPgrid?
Also, can you recommend a hosting provider that doesn't choke on in-domain Ajax?
|2007-03-02 20:33:01 - In reply to message 3 from Dave|
|Version 0.5.1 is the latest version not using Ajax.|
|2007-03-02 21:46:30 - In reply to message 4 from dd|
when clicking on add image I get Duplicate entry '' for key 1 .
Any ideas ?
|2007-03-10 10:09:55 - In reply to message 5 from jafar salam|
|No idea. I don't know that error.|
Maybe it's best to try the new version which will be released shortly.