ajax abort() triggers error callback w/ wrong textStatus "error" #649

pkyeck opened this Issue Nov 19, 2012 · 2 comments


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pkyeck commented Nov 19, 2012

if I abort an ajax call with

var req = $.ajax({
    url: "/long_lasting_response",
    success: function( data ) { // ... },
    error: function( xhr, textStatus, errorThrown ) {
      console.log("textStatus: " + textStatus);

the error-callback is called but the textStatus is "error" not "aborted".
would be great to adopt jQuery behavior.

@mislav mislav closed this in b788839 Nov 25, 2012


mislav commented Nov 25, 2012


pkyeck commented Nov 27, 2012

great. thanks.

lopper added a commit to buddydvd/zepto that referenced this issue Apr 24, 2013

$.ajax error callback correctly reports "abort" status
Before it was just "error".

Assumes that an XHR status of "0" means that the request has
been aborted.

Fixes #649
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