Still not working in Chrome. Still getting the same error.

I tried with transport.responseJSON and transport.headerJSON.

The only positive difference is that the rails webrick server now
shows the request going to the correct controller and it executes the
query. It was not doing this before.

This is very annoying,

I appreciate your help Richard.

On Sep 16, 1:46 pm, Richard Quadling <> wrote:
> On 16 September 2010 11:21,
> <> wrote:
> > Content-Type: application/json;
> That's the important bit.
> So, now your JSON data will be in ...
> transport.responseJSON
> You don't need to evalJS() as JSON is JS.
> --
> Richard Quadling
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