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Update 64.0.1

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After 64.0.1 update, get message: datatables warning json data from server failed to load or be parsed. This is most likely to be cause by JSON formatting error. all previously version work like a charm, and now, what you recommend to do? to roll back on a some of previously version? I suppose it`s something changed in JavaScript, can we somehow avoid this error message or just downgrade product and disable updates :(

After 64.0.1 update, get message: datatables warning json data from server failed to load or be parsed. This is most likely to be cause by JSON formatting error. all previously version work like a charm, and now, what you recommend to do? to roll back on a some of previously version? I suppose it`s something changed in JavaScript, can we somehow avoid this error message or just downgrade product and disable updates :(
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Tyler Downer
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Firefox 64 is no longer supported, can you try with Firefox 66.0.3 or later?

Firefox 64 is no longer supported, can you try with Firefox 66.0.3 or later?
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jscher2000
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Is this your application, you're the developers?

If you open the Network Monitor before making the request, it should appear on the list* and you can view the response yourself to see whether you get the response headers and content you expect.

https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Tools/Network_Monitor

* after you make the request; you might need to turn on Persist logs

Is this your application, you're the developers? If you open the Network Monitor before making the request, it should appear on the list* and you can view the response yourself to see whether you get the response headers and content you expect. https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Tools/Network_Monitor ''* after you make the request; you might need to turn on Persist logs''

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Tyler Downer said

Firefox 64 is no longer supported, can you try with Firefox 66.0.3 or later?

sure i tried it with latest firefox, even with 65 versions, but work only for latest 63, all other newer versions, an all 50+ computers with different OS, not working, i mean get this message error...

''Tyler Downer [[#answer-1215692|said]]'' <blockquote> Firefox 64 is no longer supported, can you try with Firefox 66.0.3 or later? </blockquote> sure i tried it with latest firefox, even with 65 versions, but work only for latest 63, all other newer versions, an all 50+ computers with different OS, not working, i mean get this message error...
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cor-el
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What does this JSON data looks like?

Can the Firefox JSON viewer handle this data?

What does this JSON data looks like? Can the Firefox JSON viewer handle this data? *https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/Tools/JSON_viewer
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