Not sure if this is related (haven't worked on MAC OS), but I would
double check the use of '../' for relative uri.
Different operating systems might interpret this differently.
You might wanna consider absolute uri's instead : /appcontext/index.php

cheers

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mona

On Tue, Jul 21, 2009 at 9:13 AM, Atanu Dey<mratanu...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> I have a script which executes periodically after each 10 seconds. You
> can see that there is an ajax call which actually updates database for
> me and return 1 or 0 depending of the script execution.
>
> The problem is, it is working cool in windows platform with firefox
> 3.0.11. But not working with the same version of firefox in MAC OS.
>
> The Script:
>
> new PeriodicalExecuter(function(){
>                var date = new Date();
>                //console.log('setOnlineStatus.php?sid='+date.getTime());
>                new Ajax.Request('setOnlineStatus.php?sid='+date.getTime(),
> {method:'get', onComplete:function(transport){
>                        if(!parseInt(transport.responseText))
>                                window.location="../index.php";
>                }});
>        },10);
>
> Can anybody has any idea about this? Thanks in advance for your help.
>
> >
>

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