It shouldn't be confused under those cases.
If you have Chrome or a modern Firefox, it would really help to see the
network transfer information on that request. That is, the HTTP request and
response headers and payload. Both should offer a tab in their script
developer UI for showing network transfers, and you should be able to dig
in and see exactly what was sent and received.
Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
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On Tue, May 15, 2012 at 9:41 PM, Geert Linders <glind...@dynamiccontrols.com
> Hi Christian,
> I have the same problem when I try to publish or discard a review on a
> particular review. I'm using RB 18.104.22.168. The server logs don't show
> anything when the fault happens (I've set it to DEBUG level). That makes
> sense because the response is 200 OK, which means success in HTTP world.
> I added two screen shots. The first rb_flt1.png shows the response after I
> click on "Publish" or "Discard". The second rb_flt2.png shows the error
> I did the same on another review: That worked fine, it saved my changes
> without complaining. It seems as if this particular review is corrupt
> somewhere. Could RB become confused if two people are reviewing at the same
> time i.e. both have a pending review?
> I can't reset the server now because it's running in a production
> environment and is constantly being used.
> Cheers - Geert
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