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Title: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on February 01, 2009, 22:32:11 pm
Please try the attach fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.

First Unzip than replace the files
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/toolbar.html.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/htmlTools.class.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/menuBar.class.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/ps_config.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/html/product.product_form.php

Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/wz_tooltip.js
Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/slimbox/css/slimbox.css
Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/slimbox/js/slimbox.js

Make sure you clear browser cache.

Search tags, Internet Explorer, IE7, ie7, Operation Aborted

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Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Michael West on February 02, 2009, 07:39:58 am
Update: March 15, 2009

I thought this would fix my website by patching Line 261:
/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/mainframe.class.php and there was a copy attached. But, one of my customers reported it did not.

Changelog VM build 1663
http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?topic=31381.0

Peter has told me the SVN is the place to address this issue, using the proper procedures and channels.

If we could get some programmers involved, maybe we could fix this, once and for all?


Update: March 10, 2009

It is broken, can you fix it?

I finally fixed my website by patching /administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/mainframe.class.php and there is a copy attached.

Please refer to this topic for confirmation: http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?topic=39592.new;topicseen#new of the change in the code.

As you can see from the picture below, the biggest problem is Microsoft IE. The error even shows up on the Apple Store website.


Perhaps Peter can add this to the patch?

Save yourself some time and read this at least, then the last page, or two of this thread.

Bug swat? Try searching http://forum.joomla.org/ for "Operation Aborted".

AND, here is a dynamicaly updated list of Joomla Extensions that may have the IE Operation Aborted problem.

Clue: Look at the list and see if you have one, click the link and read.

(3 pages long at time of post)

http://www.google.com/custom?hl=en&client=google-coop-np&cof=FORID:9%3BAH:left%3BS:http://www.joomla.org%3BCX:Joomla%2521%2520Community%2520Support%2520Search%3BL:http://joomlacode.org/themes/joomla_15/images/joomla-logo.jpg%3BLH:84%3BLP:1%3BVLC:%23551a8b%3BGFNT:%23666666%3BDIV:%23cccccc%3B&ad=w9&adkw=AELymgUR1iOT0wn8gqTsDp6P_0eBjnZakczvWlwtgn2G7P9Cts19lITLIoL05AG7th9C3ub8_ICC2U1pgekw8lGAkrU5KS-MjHhhIT2j2DFLalc5UCasfvE&rurl=http://forum.joomla.org/results.php%3Fcx%3D007628682600509520926%253Ahigrppcfurc%26cof%3DFORID%253A9%26q%3DOperation%2Baborted%26google_rsg%3D__HIHZvWA2NGVXYGmCEXDqEifPc0U%3D&q=Operation+aborted+more:extensions&cx=007628682600509520926:higrppcfurc&sa=N&ei=HKKvSZy-IJm0sQPe08mDAQ&oi=coopctx&resnum=0&ct=col3&cd=1 (http://www.google.com/custom?hl=en&client=google-coop-np&cof=FORID:9%3BAH:left%3BS:http://www.joomla.org%3BCX:Joomla%2521%2520Community%2520Support%2520Search%3BL:http://joomlacode.org/themes/joomla_15/images/joomla-logo.jpg%3BLH:84%3BLP:1%3BVLC:%23551a8b%3BGFNT:%23666666%3BDIV:%23cccccc%3B&ad=w9&adkw=AELymgUR1iOT0wn8gqTsDp6P_0eBjnZakczvWlwtgn2G7P9Cts19lITLIoL05AG7th9C3ub8_ICC2U1pgekw8lGAkrU5KS-MjHhhIT2j2DFLalc5UCasfvE&rurl=http://forum.joomla.org/results.php%3Fcx%3D007628682600509520926%253Ahigrppcfurc%26cof%3DFORID%253A9%26q%3DOperation%2Baborted%26google_rsg%3D__HIHZvWA2NGVXYGmCEXDqEifPc0U%3D&q=Operation+aborted+more:extensions&cx=007628682600509520926:higrppcfurc&sa=N&ei=HKKvSZy-IJm0sQPe08mDAQ&oi=coopctx&resnum=0&ct=col3&cd=1)

Update: Feb 27th, 2009
Thank you! Do we have a winner?

Please try the newly (02/26/2009) attached file to the first post, hopefully the last try at solving the IE issue.

Update: Feb 25th, 2009 I have literally tested all the solutions offered in this thread and they do not work for me.

Update: Feb 18th, 2009

For those that are new to this issue, read on...

Update: Feb 15, 2009 The recent patch (#3) is not working for me.

See the last page of this thread if you want the "Rest of the story".

The recent patch (#2) is not working for me.

The following quote is new on Feb 12, 2009

Quote
I should have read the Release Notes for IE7 more thoroughly: Here is what it stated:

If you are having problems with IE7 hanging, crashing, silently closing or other bizarre behavior, an incompatible toolbar or other add-on maybe involved.

The fastest way to determine if an add-on is causing the problem is to run IE7 with no add-ons.

You can do this by going to Start, clicking All Programs, click Accessories, click System Tools and click Internet Explorer (No add-ons).

This disables all add-ons from loading in that instance of Internet Explorer. If the problem goes away, you can manually disable specific add-ons to find the specific one causing the problem.[/size]
Please read quote: Updated on Feb 12, 2009

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Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
 
SYMPTOMS: IE reports "Operation Aborted" in a pop up and lists a URL.
 
There are no obvious symptoms until the malware manages to infiltrate the system of the IE user.
 
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION:
 
This is a script written in Javascript that is part of a series of exploitation and redirection techniques. It is used to insert iframes into clean html pages. The injected iframes will lead to different exploits whose target is to download an executable file.
 
Trojan.Win32.DNSChanger can be removed using Ad-Aware or other virus utilities.
 
Free detection and removal tool: http://www.lavasoft.com/products/ad_aware_free.php
 
Learn more about the Trojan: http://www.google.com/search?q=win32+trojan+dnschanger
 
Learn more about SVCHOST and why it's a pain: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/what-is-svchostexe-and-why-is-it-running/ and http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=svchost+exe
 
If it is persistent and shows up again a few days later, see http://forums.majorgeeks.com/showthread.php?t=144537

Interestingly, this also occurs with certain Sun Java S.E. and MicroSoft
C++
libraries that exist on a local machine.

The "Operation Aborted" issue may show on the last page of the checkout process.

My next step is to remove the Java S.E. and C++ libraries on my local machine. The above process fixed my "VM Product Admin Operation Aborted issue".

More will follow as I learn the details. Good luck and Godspeed.

Operation Aborted? http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927917#more_information and http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2008/04/23/what-happened-to-operation-aborted.aspx lists a reference to a Microsoft Bulletin.

"Have you ever seen this dialog while surfing the web in Internet Explorer?"

Hmm, what's new in the code that would cause this issue? Help!

Being a volunteer programmer must be one of the hardest jobs on earth. Volunteering to use a program may be the second hardest job on earth.


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Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: q-styler on February 02, 2009, 16:21:20 pm
virtuemart uses mootools 1.11
get the 1.21 version and download the latest release of slimbox for MT 1.21
http://www.digitalia.be/software/slimbox
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: willowtree on February 02, 2009, 17:15:24 pm
can anyone confirm if this will solve it?
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on February 02, 2009, 20:45:45 pm
MooTools 1.11 and 1.2.1 are incompatible, Joomla! 1.5 uses MooTools 1.11 now if we use MooTools 1.2.1 and Joomla! 1.5 uses 1.11 nothing will work.

Latest release of Slimbox does not work with MooTools 1.11, and we can't use MooTools 1.2.1 for the reason mentioned above.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: willowtree on February 02, 2009, 21:48:03 pm
now i seem to have lost my add to cart buttons.

I've put the old htmltools file back, and now when i try to add an item to the cart it says quantiy exceeds the number available, but I've checked how many are in stock and it doesn't
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: grayt7 on February 02, 2009, 23:31:03 pm
Hi, I'm also having the same issue of internet explorer 7 crashing when trying most things in virtuemart. Started when trying to edit the products but now it also crashes when going to the store admin page. All happened after recently upgrading to Joomla 1.5.9 and VM 1.1.3. Any help would be very much appreciated. Thanks.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: _stu on February 03, 2009, 04:25:18 am
Does this info give anyone an idea?
http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?topic=51080.msg165365#msg165365 (http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?topic=51080.msg165365#msg165365)
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: _stu on February 03, 2009, 05:32:22 am
What worked for me was overwriting all the files in the /components/com_virtuemart/js/ directory (except for mootools) with the files from the VM 1.1.2 Manual Installation.

I'm not sure which of them was the issue, but it worked for me... so far.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Juan Franco on February 03, 2009, 17:59:32 pm
Hello, I suffered the same issue. I installed "VirtueMart eCommerce Bundle (w. Joomla! 1.5.9)" with version 1.1.2 and all works fine. I updated version via back-end and then when I open a page that uses Slimbox in front-end the error appears. In back-end all works fine. I found two workarrounds, disabling Slimbox function in Virtuemart Theme or recovering 1.1.2 version.

Thanks for your hard work!!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: iXNTEAM on February 04, 2009, 15:19:17 pm
What worked for me was overwriting all the files in the /components/com_virtuemart/js/ directory (except for mootools) with the files from the VM 1.1.2 Manual Installation.
I'm not sure which of them was the issue, but it worked for me... so far.

It has been out of service to me I stick at the same problem :-(

Any way of going back to the version 1,1,2 without losing products and configurations?
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on February 04, 2009, 22:29:05 pm
Please try the new attach files and reply here.
Title: Fixed it in my case problem lied in mod_mainmenu, not virtuemart
Post by: PeterTj on February 04, 2009, 22:36:48 pm
After spending several hours on the net searching and debugging my site I finally solved the problem regarding the "operation aborted" issue in IE7. (IE crashed immediately after hitting my frontpage). Turned out I was looking too much into Virtuemart modules, not the core Joomla modules.

I stumbled upon a post on the Joomla forum describing an issue with "domready. Load" which is implemented into the core mod_mainmenu module. The following solved my problem:

Change the following file: /libraries/joomla/html/html/behavior.php

~line 108
$tooltipInit = ' window.addEvent(\'domready\', function(){ var JTooltips = new Tips($$(\''.$selector.'\'), '.$options.'); });';
to
$tooltipInit = ' window.addEvent(\'load\', function(){ var JTooltips = new Tips($$(\''.$selector.'\'), '.$options.'); });';

Alternatively they do describe some other possibilities utilising Moo 1.2.1. for the frontend, leaving Joomla backend on 1.1.1. I enclosed the link of the thread below for everybody who is interested.  

http://forum.joomla.org/viewtopic.php?f=231&t=310784

Hope this helps some of you as well.


 


Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: iXNTEAM on February 04, 2009, 22:38:26 pm
Please try the attach fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.

Many thanks aravot!! Solved problem!! Perfect!

Greetings!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: korb on February 05, 2009, 01:50:13 am
Please try the attach fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Many thanks aravot!! Solved problem!! Perfect!
Greetings!

What about the fix posted by PeterTJ, you used it?
Danny
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: anthony on February 05, 2009, 02:27:14 am
Aravot - the new attached files seem to work for me.

I had the IE problem only in the back-end when editing a product.
The first files you posted didnt fix. Took me a while to see that you had updated (replaced) the files in original post.

Many thanks.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: korb on February 05, 2009, 11:45:50 am
Hve you cleaned browser cache? You use joomla or any other cache?
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: chrism on February 05, 2009, 19:46:48 pm
The patches fixed the issue for me on three machines XP wamp, Vista wamp, Linux Apache. Thank you very much.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: MamboSambo on February 05, 2009, 20:16:52 pm
I had a problem with it too using ie 7, vm 113, and joomla 1.58 but went back down to vm 112 using default theme and it quit. Tried using the ecommerce theme and it came back. It works fine now.

Trial and error: story of my life ;-)
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: xsubodh on February 05, 2009, 22:32:03 pm
Hi didnt eolve the problem in my case, I did clear the cache, I am using latest joomla 1.5 and VM 1.3 with the new fix from mod first post, tried just 5 minutes back..
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on February 05, 2009, 22:41:02 pm
Changes posted in the first post fixed the issue for me, before posting I tried it on two different sites, three different machines with different configurations worked in all cases.

To be sure we are talking about the same issue, the patch fixes 'Operation Aborted' issue in back-end administration section of VirtueMart.

If the patch doesn't work for you, I am sorry as I do not have any tricks in my sleeves, maybe someone else can find a solution.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: IDAN on February 05, 2009, 23:18:06 pm
The fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue work for me.
Thanks a lot !
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Preston Moore on February 06, 2009, 02:34:00 am
Please try the attach fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.

First Unzip than replace the files
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/htmlTools.class.php
Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/wz_tooltip.js

Make sure you clear browser cache.

Didn't do jack for me.  How about before a new "update" is released it's made stable first?  This blows - I don't have any modified files, straight update from the backend, and I'm obviously not the only one having this problem. 

Makes your sig a little insulting Peter...

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If something doesn't work, find out what you're doing wrong. I know you think it is VM’s fault, but it's probably your fault.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: JEFR79 on February 06, 2009, 04:20:16 am
I think the problem when using Internet Explorer just at the backend.
because at the frontend, its OK.
so, for the backend, i use 'firefox' browser..
and the frontend, i still use Internet explorer.. ;D

I think If we want to use IE for backend, we have to upgrade it to Internet explorer 8 (still BETA  ;D)
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Preston Moore on February 06, 2009, 04:22:01 am
Nope, not in my case.  Everything was working like it should until I updated to 1.1.3 - then I started getting the error in the frontend too.

Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on February 06, 2009, 05:49:15 am
Please try the attach fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.

First Unzip than replace the files
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/htmlTools.class.php
Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/wz_tooltip.js

Make sure you clear browser cache.

Didn't do jack for me.  How about before a new "update" is released it's made stable first?  This blows - I don't have any modified files, straight update from the backend, and I'm obviously not the only one having this problem.
 

Every software has bugs even software from multimillion dollar companies. How about help testing, it is easy to get frustrated and blame when things don't go as planned.

Quote
Makes your sig a little insulting Peter...

Quote
If something doesn't work, find out what you're doing wrong. I know you think it is VM’s fault, but it's probably your fault.


In General the statement is true and I stand by it.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Preston Moore on February 06, 2009, 05:55:46 am
I can deal with bugs, and I wasn't knocking you.  You're about the only I see on this forum that's active in helping people, and you've helped me in the past.

I guess I'm just frustrated that when I see an update for a security fix I expect that it will be a stable one.  Instead there's a lot of threads pointing to this one as a "fix" when it only helps certain people. 

It's all good though - that's why I host with Rochen on an MVS - they're restoring my files from earlier as we speak.

I've tried to dive into this forum and help out as much as I can but there's too many posts that go un-answered that make you scratch your head and wonder why you try to begin with.

Sorry if I offended you but I wasn't trying to...
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on February 06, 2009, 06:22:12 am
You didn't offend me, (I am used to it, you should see PMs that I get), I know you are one of the few who help in the forum and have stayed with VM, I thank you for it.

The only time I use IE is when I want to check for Windows update, that is why this error skipped, we need more testers with different systems.

The fix posted has worked for me, if it hasn't for you or others maybe it is due to IE add-ons, try it on a different system or send me access info and I will try it.

If all fails and we don't come up with a fix for this issue which is highly likely because I/we don't get the error than maybe help of outsider might be needed.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: xsubodh on February 06, 2009, 20:33:15 pm
The fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue work for me.
Thanks a lot !
Thankyou admin, However i am not blaming I was just saying it didnt help in my case, I really appreciate your effort for the only good shopping script that too for free.
Just to let you and rest know that I tested in firefox and it did work without any problem, I don't really care about the frontend as it never had any problems anyways. Keep up the good work
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Basher_52 on February 07, 2009, 00:48:53 am
[spam]
Why do anyone even use IE(Internet Explorer)
This is one of the big entrances for viruses etc (not to mention MSN)
use FF/Opera or wutever, I promise you, you can't get worse than IE
[/spam]
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Datatonic on February 07, 2009, 04:27:56 am
I have this problem in the frontend - no idea if i have it in the back end and don't care as use firefox for admin.

I do have to have an IE compatible frontend for obvious reasons.

The operation aborted problem does seem to be random.  Sometimes it happens sometimes it is fine.  No particular triggers that I can see.

Any pointers?
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Datatonic on February 07, 2009, 04:52:59 am
I may have fixed my frontend operation aborted problem.  Having done some digging as to why it happens, I noticed that I had my google analytics module published in an xhtml styled position. 

I've changed the style to none and no longer seem to be getting the problem.  I have to hammer it to be convinced it is a proper fix but it might be something worth looking at for those of you who have the same problem.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: lepro on February 07, 2009, 10:33:37 am
The fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue work for me.
Tested whit IE7, J!1.5.9, VM1.1.3

Many thanks
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: MrHunter on February 08, 2009, 09:33:43 am
Credit when its due..... THANKS ARAVOT it sorted my problem with IE7

My problems were
Viewing the cart etc from front end was fine.
Trying to add a product with IE7 it would fail and terminated

aravot's patches worked wonders for me, thanks again!
 
 

 
 
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: JEFR79 on February 08, 2009, 16:13:55 pm
Please try the attach fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.

First Unzip than replace the files
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/htmlTools.class.php
Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/wz_tooltip.js

Make sure you clear browser cache.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
 Peter, I have followed all your steps, but its only work at the backend, and not at the frondend..

heres how i did:
- before i follow your steps, i uninstall all virtuemart's component, modules, and plugin.. restart my computer.
- install again component (plus install sample data), modules (mod_virtumart 1.1.3 + other additional modules; and then enable all modules), 2 plugin (then enable them)
- restart my computer.
- control panel >> internet option >> delete cookies, deleted files, clear history ->(clear browser cache). plus all private data at other browser (firefox, opera and safari).
- download your link : htmltools.class.zip and wz_tooltip.zip
- unzip (extract all) htmltool.class.zip and wz_tooltip.zip

- i copy and paste (replace) through 'windows explorer'
at the file of 'wz_tooltip.zip' (38 kb) i copy (CTRL+C)
and then paste (CTRL+V) it at: (root)www/component/com_virtuemat/js/wz_tooltip.js.

at the file of 'htmltool.class.zip >> CTRL+C
then CTRL+V at: root/administrator/componet/com_virtuemart/classes/htmltools.class.php

- try it, but only work at the backend. Not at the frondend.
- restart computer
- try again, its same...  ;D

Peter.., could you tell me where is my fault..?
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: JEFR79 on February 08, 2009, 16:17:58 pm
additional for my review above.

I use windows XP SP2..
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on February 08, 2009, 21:04:16 pm
As mentioned (http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?topic=51089.msg165900#msg165900) the patch fixes the back-end issue, I have never encounter 'Operation Aborted' message in front-end, if I don't see it I can't fix it.

It could be a conflict between VM and another extension/template, if you haven't yet, try the following suggestion http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?topic=51089.msg165702#msg165702
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: JEFR79 on February 09, 2009, 10:01:16 am
 ??? strezzzz....
how can i fix my frontend..? somebody know how to fix it..?

last time, my backend isn't work and my frontend OK.., but i can't add new product..

so streezzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz....  :o  :'(
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: JEFR79 on February 09, 2009, 10:39:07 am
my problem appears when i click the image of product in order to see "product's full image".

if at the back end, i input product information:
SKU  :
Name :
URL  :  http://www.xxx.com
in the frontend,there is no problem, and i will be sent to www.xxx.com

if at the backend i input product image (I dont fill URL):
Full image: ..... (browse)
Image action: *auto create thumbnail [/color}
the problem will appears on the frontend when i click the product's image...

internet explorer cannot open the internet site
.........  
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: johk on February 09, 2009, 12:03:31 pm
Hi,
i have applied the fix and so far it seems to work.
I use J1.5.9 and VM 1.1.3
Aravot, I appriciate your help
jonas
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: johk on February 09, 2009, 12:34:20 pm
Just to let other users know that loading these files have a slight effect on the some of the CSS.
The affected pages for me was my browse pages.
Jonas
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: johk on February 09, 2009, 12:47:47 pm
After more testing I still occasionally have the same problem in the frontend. Have not been able to narrow down to when or what actually trigger it. So far is seems to happen randomly.
EDIT:
I think I have narrowed it down to the javascript for warrping the thumbnail image which is triggering the slimbox effect. After i removed the javascript in my browse pages it seems to work OK

jonas
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: JEFR79 on February 10, 2009, 02:43:59 am
i have the same problem with Jonas, i think..
how to remove the javascript in browse pages?  ;D i have no basic for that..  :D

an error occured in frontend when i click thumbnail picture or product's detail of the 'sample product'.

internet explorer cannot open the internet site
http://localhost/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=flypage.tpl&product_id=6&category_id=1&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=18
operation aborted
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: JEFR79 on February 10, 2009, 04:34:15 am
I DID IT !!!
ITS WORK... !!!

I don't know why, but after i manage all module and make some configuration, its surprise me...  ;D its work..  :P
maybe the problem comes from my computer that slow in saving data..  ;D

so many thanks to Aravot, Peter, virtuemart heroes, and all user who has spent their time in helping other people..  :)

You are the best..!!!  :D
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: OxiDia on February 10, 2009, 10:07:13 am
Sorry to say that the problem is still there, even on VirtueMart (.net) www.virtuemart.net page but works like a charm on (.com) www.virtuemart.com without any problems. Maybe the answer is there between the two different VirtueMart sites .net and .com

To set the recorded straight I have tried on two different sites/webhotels. it’s not working with IE for me on any site and I get Operation aborted

And it’s confusing with all the different topics about the same thing with some of them says we got the solution and it’s working. And you still get the answers from others users that it’s not working for them.

 Most users and costumers use IE and we don’t want to lose them (applies to everybody). I’m in the process of opening a Joomla/VirtueMart shop, but if the users getting Operation aborted they are gone even before they have started.

You are all doing a great job here with VirtueMart Open Source for all how would like to do it there self and without the big wallet. As soon as I get a shop up and running and getting earnings, I will contribute direct.

Joomla 1.5.9
VirtueMart 1.1.3

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Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: elizzia on February 10, 2009, 10:43:42 am
Hi There,

I'm having the same operations aborted problem when i want to add product in VM.

Sorry i am not a techical person..very new to VM and joomla and my head is spinning already with the technical issues...

How and where i get to access and replace the files?? is it in the server?

First Unzip than replace the files
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/htmlTools.class.php
Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/wz_tooltip.js

thks for the help...

Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Beauty on February 10, 2009, 12:46:07 pm
Dear aravot,

Thank you very much! My problem(couldn't edit products in IE7) is solved now.

I am using VM1.1.3, Joomla1.5.9. On the before, I tried many way but couldn't solve problems about IE7, I tried to use VM DEMO site, but there is no problem with IE7 :o, so I re-installed VM & Joomla again & again.. :'(

I know that Firefox doesn't have this kind of problem, but my customers can't visit my site when using IE7 - I can not ask them to use Firefox. So, I spent many time to find a solution. Now,it's ok after I replaced these two files. Thank you very much!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: ChrisDigifob on February 10, 2009, 17:20:42 pm
Saviour for the front end problem comes in the shape of this guy.

http://design.markcallf.co.uk/downloads/LightBox-More-images/

He wrote a fix to the Slimbox Script ages ago.

Worked for me.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: ChrisDigifob on February 10, 2009, 18:15:13 pm
You will also need to incorporate a proportion of these changes in the slimbox.css;

http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?action=printpage;topic=39195.0

I ended up with this;

#lbOverlay {
position: absolute;
z-index: 1000;
left: 0;
top: 0;
width: 100%;
height: 100%;
background-color: #000;
cursor: pointer;
}

#lbCenter, #lbBottomContainer {
position: absolute;
left: 50%;
z-index: 9999;
overflow: hidden;
background-color: #fff;
}
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Scooter on February 11, 2009, 01:33:51 am
Worked for me for the front end internet explorer error when entering my store...many thanks..I was running 1.1.3...and replaced the files in the /js directory with everything from 1.1.2 and dropped in the mootools from 1.1.3...now just need to figure out why my child drop down menus aren't working in some versions of Internet Explorer.

Thanks!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: unlock4phone on February 11, 2009, 01:39:05 am
Thank you very much aravot !

problem solved!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: olkos on February 11, 2009, 09:10:54 am
The fix files from first post works for me great. Now I can edit products in IE7.
Thank you!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: quochahaha on February 12, 2009, 18:09:03 pm
Sorry that I could not find your new attached files, just the old files in the first post. I have tried as your direction but it does not work. Actually, I just get the error in front-end, back-end is working well. Could you give me some advices ? Thanks much
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: quochahaha on February 12, 2009, 18:14:47 pm
Below is the link to get error:

http://www.sehum.com/index.php?page=shop.product_details&category_id=7&flypage=flypage.tpl&product_id=46&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=1
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: tibro1977 on February 12, 2009, 21:02:10 pm
hi, i changed the two files and i changed the follow /libraries/joomla/html/html/behavior.php too, but the error is always here :(
please tell me, what did i wrong!

http://cegleltar.hu/dsline/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=flypage.tpl&product_id=10&category_id=4&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=58
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: dimitris78 on February 12, 2009, 23:54:59 pm
I'll just add myself to the list of people with the same IE7 FRONTEND issue. FireFox works fine...

Steps to replicate on my test site:

1) Go to main website - Website appears(SUCCESS). My first page is a STANDARD Joomla FrontPage so no problem there...

2) Click on a Virtuemart product category link (using either the virtuemart product categories module or a new Joomla menu item that links to the Virtuemart component with a specified Category ID) - Category browse page appears (SUCCESS). I have been using the browse_1, browse_2 and browse_3 templates (default virtuemart template) and they all work fine.

3) Click on the Product Image - Get the IE7 Operation Aborted message (FAIL). I am using the default flypage

4) Go back to the category browse page and click on the Product Details link - Get the IE7 Operation Aborted Message (FAIL)
 
Trying to fix this problem I read through the trail of posts and I tried:
1) The Joomla behaviour.php code fix as explained here:
http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?topic=51089.msg165702#msg165702

Didnt fix the frontend problem so I reverted back to the original behaviour.php file

2) The Virtuemart htmlTools.class.php and wz_tooltip.js file fixes as explained by Aravot here:
http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?topic=51089.0

Didnt fix the frontend problem so I reverted back to the original files


3)Tried using different flypages etc etc just in case it was an isolated template issue

Didnt fix the frontend problem

4) I am now going through the default flypage file to try and see if the code problem is there. I will update if I get anywhere with it.

Does anyone have any other suggestions please???

I have some time to stick with 1.1.3 and try and get these bugs ironed out (well I have 4 days before go live haha), you cant stop progress  :P

Thanks to all! Especially the virtuemart guys.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: wtfbrb on February 13, 2009, 00:15:22 am
Put me on the list too, I changed the files as suggested in the fix.  I can access individual categories but I cannot get to the main shop page.  This was not an issue with 1.1.2.  I have php/mysql 5 if that helps.  I am willing to help debug if I can be any help pm me...
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: dimitris78 on February 13, 2009, 01:10:16 am
Ok!!!

Managed to isolate the issue for the IE7 Operation Aborted Issue in the FRONTEND(for me at least). THIS IS NOT A RESOLUTION TO THE BACKEND PROBLEM. I personally just use Firefox for the backend stuff.

The solution:
1) Login to your admin console and go to modules management
2) Disable all modules based on mod_product_categories
3) Setup either a standard Joomla using the VirtueMart component category link or another Product Category Module.
4) Delete all IE7 cookies and cache
5) Try again!

This solved the problem for me and IE7 works all the way through to order submission.

Can someone please confirm this works for them??? I know its not a REAL solution but I am pressed for time and my coding is very poor...so probably wouldnt even know where and how to start!

Please confirm if this workaround fixes the problem for you as well!

Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: dimitris78 on February 13, 2009, 01:11:48 am
3) Should read setup a standard Joomla menu module with menu item links to the Virtuemart component using the appropriate Category IDs
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: wtfbrb on February 13, 2009, 02:01:59 am
OMG I got it...I turned off gzip compression in joomla config and it worked...no other solution worked, but that did.  Don't know if that may help the vm team find the root of the cause or not...but WAHOOOOOOO
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: dimitris78 on February 13, 2009, 02:28:16 am
I dont have GZIP compression on...for me the fix remains not using any category list modules based on mod_product_categories...

But this is great a few more things for people to try :D
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: tibro1977 on February 13, 2009, 09:32:09 am
hi again, i maked the following:
changed the two zipped files,
but they didn't help me.
my site aborted again.
the error comes, if the mod_viruemart switch on. so i tried and works with the following options:
Category display type    LINK LIST
JSCook Type            MENU
JSCookMenu Style    THEME OFFICE
JSCookMenu Orientation    VERTICAL
JSCookTree Style    THEME XP
Label of the dTree Root SHOP

so the error is about the menu type...
(sorry my english!)
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: wtfbrb on February 13, 2009, 19:33:02 pm
After uploading those files, my mootools drop down menu no longer work...I fixed my issue by disabling gzip.  But now I need my drop down menus, can someone supply the original wz and htmltool files so I can see if those are that is what killed my menus?
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: britmovie on February 13, 2009, 22:13:15 pm
Great stopped my IE crashing many thanks.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Gruz on February 14, 2009, 02:55:52 am
I fixed both backend and frontent. At least it seems so.

Notice, that the frontend problem occures only when using slimbox for product image popup. When diabled, frontend works ok, but full product image opens not in a slimbox, but in an explorer new window.

1. I fixed the backed using the first post of the topic. (Avarot's patch)
2. I replaced 2 VM 1.1.3 files with VM 1.1.2 files:
\components\com_virtuemart\js\slimbox\css\slimbox.css
\components\com_virtuemart\js\slimbox\css\slimbox.js

I attach my FrontEnd patch.


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Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: filterit on February 15, 2009, 09:44:13 am
Fix for me, did the following:

replaced he files from his discussion;

Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/wz_tooltip.j
\components\com_virtuemart\js\slimbox\css\slimbox.css
\components\com_virtuemart\js\slimbox\css\slimbox.js

Cleared the cache on the browser and the server

Then started working.  The was for the front end only as use firefox for back end.

Thanks
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: quochahaha on February 15, 2009, 17:59:57 pm
It works for me too. Thanks very much to Gruz & filterit
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on February 15, 2009, 21:46:12 pm
I have attached a new slimbox file to the first post, this is a new slimbox version not the one from VM 1.1.2 PLEASE try and let me.

If you have a working site, BACKUP before you try.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Gruz on February 16, 2009, 01:13:05 am
For me it's ok. Tested IE7 and IE6.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Michael West on February 16, 2009, 03:41:38 am
For some the fix might work, but I have confirmed that it does not for others...

The error happened when loging out after placing an order. All default IE settings.

Please notice, the error shows after half the template is displayed. I'm a trouble shooter, not a code checker and don't have the tools to sniff this error out. Will report back if and when I know more. Perhaps others will see what I'm trying to say?


http://www.google.com/search?q=dnserrordiagoff%5FwebOC

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Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Gruz on February 16, 2009, 03:56:38 am
I tested both IE6 and IE7

I placed an order from frontend, and it was ok. I logged out - is it was ok.

Michael West, do you mean fronend order placing, like a customer?
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Michael West on February 16, 2009, 04:03:37 am
Update Feb 16, 2009.

The IE WebBrowser control cannot be used by partially trusted code. For more information, search google for "Using Libraries from Partially Trusted Code" and it might be related to having Visual Studio installed on the users computer.

I'm researching this along with the ieframe error. Anyone else want to help out here since this post has 80 messages and 3000 hits? There's a lot to read at...

http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Search/en-US/?query=ieframe.dll%2Fdnserror&ac=1

I'm realy starting to suspect my local (not remote) Firewall and will get back to you on this issue, soon...

Original post:

Yes, I was able to fix the backend problem last week by removing a virus as outlined in a previous post. It is looking to me like a Firewall problem with mixed content, the IE protected mode?. I will try disabling the Firewall and removing the MS C++ on my local machine.

Another user gets the same error and I do not know what she has on her copy of Windows Vista. Odd that the ieframe.dll is dated as modified Oct 15, 2008?

I just have not had time to look into every possibility and confirm the dll might be causing the problems for people.

Odd that it showed up after the upgrade from 1.2.2 to 1.1.3 as errors and we all experienced it at the same time?

6.? Now 'legacy mode' is suspect according to one post, many of us cannot turn LM off.

P.S. I disabled all plugins, swept all caches and completely optimized my local machine.
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The possibilties are...

1. Virtuemart screwed up and rolling back to 1.1.2 will fix it.
2. Microsoft IE7 fails due to Res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm see http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/iewebdevelopment/thread/2eb96418-e944-4ee9-a4f3-ff28980c36a2/#page:9
3. A trojan on the local machine.
4. Firewall problems? IE protected mode? Router reset?
5. Java script has a conflict?
6. Legacy mode is now suspect and few of us can turn it off.

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Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: james123 on February 17, 2009, 04:44:43 am
Fixed worked for me. Just overwrote the htmltools with the one provided at the beginning of this thread.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: jacy on February 17, 2009, 17:24:16 pm
Brand new Joomla 1.5.9 native (not legacy), brand new install of VirtueMart 1.1.3. I immediately got the dreaded IE7 error after install. Loaded the files attached to the first post and managed to get one product entered successfully. Went back to edit the product (never having left the VM admin area) and wham! got the error again.

My local Vista machine is virus/Trojan-free; running F-Secure Client Security 2008.

Went to another machine, XP, also running IE7 and F-Secure Internet Security 2009. No problem administering the VM store.

Hope that's helpful in nailing down the issue.

~Jacy
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Michael West on February 17, 2009, 22:17:15 pm
IE is picky about the code, see my 1st or 2nd post.
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Operation Aborted? http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927917#more_information and http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2008/04/23/what-happened-to-operation-aborted.aspx lists a reference to a Microsoft Bulletin.

This problem occurs because Internet Explorer 7 switches Protected Mode settings when certain Web pages are configured in the Trusted Sites area of the Security tab of the Internet Options dialog box. By default, Protected Mode is set to Off for Web sites that are configured in the Trusted Sites area.

See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/967941/

There are other possibilities, depending on the error. You can confirm your ieframe.dll by searching for it in the start bar and right clicking to view the properties as in the example below.

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Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: grgBuilder on February 18, 2009, 01:41:29 am
The problem with me is when someone tries with IE to see a product fly page  he gets the error and redirected in an empty page. The problem is serious for me because I have a commercial site and I am loosing sales every day.
I tried and replaced the files in the first page but nothing happened, the problem exists.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Gruz on February 18, 2009, 01:47:13 am
grgBuilder, turn off slimbox for product images, till we have no 100% working solution.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: grgBuilder on February 18, 2009, 02:32:08 am
I had problem in the frontend (maybe in the backend but I don't know because I am not using IE)..My analytics show a 45% usage of IE from my customers.

FIXED the problem by extracting all files from manual installation of VM 1.1.2 to folder ../components/com_virtuemart/js

Hope this does not cause any further problems..
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Imago on February 18, 2009, 09:20:24 am
Hello,

Got the same problem here, by opening the homepage of www.virtuemart.net
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Michael West on February 18, 2009, 09:32:23 am
And yes, the VM Demo has this problem, see the pic below.

I forget, did some one add "Frontend VM admin only works with legacy mode OFF"?


Last post (I hope) I'm done trying to figure this out.

Tried the method below, did not work for me on the last page of the checkout process.
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FIXED the problem by extracting all files from manual installation of VM 1.1.2 to folder ../components/com_virtuemart/js

P.S. Spybot your local machine, just to make sure it is clean.

http://www.safer-networking.org/

By the way, my "Windows User Control" says the Banner on Virtumart.net keeps trying to install something from CLICKAD. Maybe you guys should check that?

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Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: korb on February 18, 2009, 15:39:21 pm
Peter, I tried your fix and does not work with VM 1.1.2 and IE5.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: korb on February 18, 2009, 16:01:37 pm
After applied the fixes from Peter (Aravot) I tried this and it works:
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After spending several hours on the net searching and debugging my site I finally solved the problem regarding the "operation aborted" issue in IE7. (IE crashed immediately after hitting my frontpage). Turned out I was looking too much into Virtuemart modules, not the core Joomla modules.

I stumbled upon a post on the Joomla forum describing an issue with "domready. Load" which is implemented into the core mod_mainmenu module. The following solved my problem:

Change the following file: /libraries/joomla/html/html/behavior.php

~line 108
$tooltipInit = ' window.addEvent(\'domready\', function(){ var JTooltips = new Tips($$(\''.$selector.'\'), '.$options.'); });';
to
$tooltipInit = ' window.addEvent(\'load\', function(){ var JTooltips = new Tips($$(\''.$selector.'\'), '.$options.'); });';

Alternatively they do describe some other possibilities utilising Moo 1.2.1. for the frontend, leaving Joomla backend on 1.1.1. I enclosed the link of the thread below for everybody who is interested. 

http://forum.joomla.org/viewtopic.php?f=231&t=310784

Hope this helps some of you as well.
Thanks mate
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: ChrisDigifob on February 18, 2009, 18:08:03 pm
All the way back to my original fix which works a treat for the fron end.

http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?topic=51089.msg166693#msg166693

Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on February 18, 2009, 20:25:28 pm
Peter, I tried your fix and does not work with VM 1.1.2 and IE5.

The fix is for 1.1.3, 1.1.2 had no issue to fix at least not reported.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: korb on February 18, 2009, 22:08:42 pm
It is because I use front end files from VM 1.1.3 to VM 1.1.2.
I needed some fixes, so that is the reason.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: escapeit on February 19, 2009, 22:11:56 pm
i just disabled virtuemart product snapshot plugin and no there is no errors!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: bvanbreukelen on February 20, 2009, 11:04:11 am
Hi, Although a newbe here I would like to reply with the details of my own quest to resolve this problem:
I have three sites, two hosted (linux) and one running on my own server (apache windows2003). When I started trying out VM ~ 3 weeks ago I installed version 1.1.0 on Joomla 1.5.6. No problems here everything worked fine.
My next step was installing it on my 2nd site. It had joomla 1.5.9 and VM 1.1.3 (2-3 days ago). I got the operation aborted problem both in front and backend. Tried almost all solutions here on this forum and only backend problem was solved. Firefox by the way = OK.
So I installed on my local machine J1.1.9 and VM 1.1.3.. Also operation aborted errors. Next I downgraded the VM 1.1.3 on the linux machine to 1.1.2, 1.1.1 and even 1.1.0. Always the operation aborted error popped up. Next, downgrading Joomla to 1.5.6.. Still that darn operation aborted problem. Tried the same thing on my local machine.. same error. So I copied the whole joomla install from my only working machine and.. tadaa NO ERROR.  ??? (tested on both linux and local). So there must be a differences between the OLD 1.5.6 and the one I downloaded (for the downgrade). I even updated VM to 1.1.3 without any problems! ;D

My idea is that somewhere in the core of Joomla something happened. (I don't know what). I should run a diff or so.  (anyone interested?)
 
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: ilovegedeon on February 23, 2009, 13:26:20 pm
Thanks.

Seem to be resolved

DO NOT FORGET TO CLEAR THE CACHE OF IE7 (i did forget)

thanks again.

P.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: boekerman on February 24, 2009, 09:35:35 am
I tried the latest fix and still can't get my store to work in IE7. The problem only appears on the product details page with product photos. I'm using VM 1.1.3 and J 1.5.9. http://www.trueliteled.com/store.html (http://www.trueliteled.com/store.html).
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: boekerman on February 24, 2009, 10:11:31 am
I did get the product flypage to view in IE after disabling the Lightbox. Not really what I wanted - the site doesn't look as polished. Hopefully there will be a fix to allow lightbox (or similar) to work with VM and IE7.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: RobertL on February 24, 2009, 14:02:44 pm
What worked for me was overwriting all the files in the /components/com_virtuemart/js/ directory (except for mootools) with the files from the VM 1.1.2 Manual Installation.

I'm not sure which of them was the issue, but it worked for me... so far.

None of the fixes worked except for _stu's here. And issue was also present in IE6. Thanks _stu
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: jdkarns on February 24, 2009, 22:18:34 pm
Microsoft says upgrade to IE 8 It does not have the problem "Operation Aborted" but here is a link that talks about it and a fix for web designers wanting to support IE 7 and fix the problem

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/kb/927917#more_information
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Webdongle on February 25, 2009, 04:34:24 am
Best fix is use Fire fox
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Webdongle on February 25, 2009, 10:48:53 am
75% of my customers use IE 7 and take a look at what some of them will see in the picture below, during Checkout.
My fix was tongue in cheek
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: sienpo on February 26, 2009, 03:34:05 am
The problem occured at frontend when i enable the 'Open Product Images in a LightBox?'
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Webdongle on February 26, 2009, 04:05:43 am
Yes works like a dream thanks.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: CzechCloud on February 26, 2009, 15:28:15 pm
Hiya, i am still having the problem with IE7pro. Backend works fine, but the frontend still goes on with the error. I changed the files, reset cache, disabled add-ons and so on. I hope you can help me.

Yeah it finally works ! If you have the problem with frontend try this http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?topic=51089.msg167802#msg167802

Sorry i get that back. It still goes with the same error.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on February 26, 2009, 22:06:23 pm
Please try the newly (02/26/2009) attached file to the first post, hopefully the last try at solving the IE issue.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: micgo on February 27, 2009, 01:10:48 am
i got to say, everything is work after the 2/26 hot fix! look like everything is working at this point! thx alot for all your work aravot  ! /bow

micgo
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: korb on February 27, 2009, 10:18:54 am
is this final fix for issue? anyone else confirm?
thanks
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: ronanf on February 27, 2009, 11:30:37 am
Confirmed, that's a major fix - working like a charm
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: CzechCloud on February 27, 2009, 11:37:04 am
I found it out. The default Java-tree is causing the problem. I turned it off and it looks like it works now.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: nOg on February 27, 2009, 11:37:49 am
Yaaaaah ;)
no more problem on my side ;)
Gratz and thanks to all contributor
IE 7.0.5 - Joomla 1.5.9 VM 1.1.3 evily tested
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: tillo on February 27, 2009, 13:01:22 pm
Thanks a lot for this hotfix, but no effect in my shops (VM 1.1.3 + J1.5.9, IE7.0.6). All files installed like you wrote, IE7 cache cleaned, nothing ...

Any other ideas?

I will go crazy!!!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on February 27, 2009, 18:20:51 pm
Please donate to VirtueMart project, donation link on homepage left column, thank you.

Thank you! We have a winner! Who get's the $50 donation, Peter?

Thanks a lot for this hotfix, but no effect in my shops (VM 1.1.3 + J1.5.9, IE7.0.6). All files installed like you wrote, IE7 cache cleaned, nothing ...

Site URL.
Title: Removed by author :) 3
Post by: Hucks on February 27, 2009, 20:04:54 pm
Removed by author :)
3
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aboutimage on February 27, 2009, 20:07:46 pm
I tried all these fixes, and none of them worked for me. However, I believe I have figured out the problem:

It's tied to mod_virtuemart. When I disabled that module, my page worked fine. So, digging in, I discovered that if I used LinkList or dTree, the module works fine. But if I used TigraTree (the best looking one, in my opinion), I would get the error every one is complaining about.

Based on that, I started looking at the Javascript for the TirgraTree module:
/modules/mod_virtuemart/tigratree/tree.js

I found the following code that looked funny (see line 36):

   for (var i = 0; i < a_items.length; i++)
      new tree_item(this, i);

   this.n_id = trees.length;
   trees[this.n_id] = this;


I changed it to the following (note the brackets):

   for (var i = 0; i < a_items.length; i++) {
      new tree_item(this, i);

   this.n_id = trees.length;
   trees[this.n_id] = this;
   }

My site has been working ever since. It would appear that Safari and Firefox are a little more forgiving about the missing brackets than IE.

Dave
www.aboutimage.com (http://www.aboutimage.com)
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: tillo on February 27, 2009, 21:04:39 pm
@Dave: Nice trial, but no effect in my shop, i'm using JsCookMenu.

@All: Here is a screenshot of my broken shop.

VM 1.1.3 + J1.5.9

mod_virtuemart on = failure
mod_virtuemart off = no failure

Same problem in IE8-Beta, but without any alert box!

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Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on February 27, 2009, 21:59:29 pm
If you want us to fix the IE issue please post site URL, as we can not duplicate the issue, we can not fix.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: tillo on February 27, 2009, 23:31:26 pm
Look the screenshot in my last postig...

http://hygiene-klein.de
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: tillo on March 03, 2009, 08:07:52 am
Hello,

any ideas here to fix the ie7-problem?
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Michael West on March 03, 2009, 10:22:11 am
1. Spybot (free) your local machine, just to make sure it is clean: http://www.safer-networking.org/

2. Ad-Aware Free detection and removal tool: http://www.lavasoft.com/products/ad_aware_free.php

We may suggest some tools and ask more questions if that fails.


I checked your website and was not able to duplicate the ieframe.dll error I was able to create the other day

(The first picture below represents the error I saw the first time).

Although I do see some other java script that is not loading content of some sort (second pic).

If the error shows again, please post an exact description of what was changed to cause the error, this helps the programmers guess what file might cause the problem.

I might not be able to recreate the error on your website anymore because I fixed several registry errors on my local machine.

The complete url of the error is also helpful, along with a screen shot and generous people will take a look and try to help.

The ieframe.dll error may be caused by a combination of things and I have diligently addressed that issue in previous posts in this thread.

If you continue to get the Res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm see # 2 through #5 in my quote and let us know.

Quote
http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?topic=51089.msg167663#msg167663
and
http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?topic=51089.msg167344#msg167344
don't forget
http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?topic=51089.msg167340#msg167340

The check list...

1. Virtuemart screwed up, or some other Java Script is in conflict.
2. Microsoft IE7 fails due to Res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm see http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/iewebdevelopment/thread/2eb96418-e944-4ee9-a4f3-ff28980c36a2/#page:9
3. A trojan on the local machine.
4. Firewall problems? IE protected mode? Router reset?
5. Java script has a conflict?
6. Legacy mode?

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Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: tillo on March 03, 2009, 10:37:04 am
Now, after long time testing, try and error i find this:

After deactivating mod_virtuemart_randomprod the site loding problem in IE7 and IE8beta is solved.

 :o Sorry, NOT SOLVED, now very slow site loading and the design crahses!  ???

@Michael West:
My machines are all clean. The problem ist not a single local machine. It is this problem at everyone my PC's and at many of my customers visible.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Michael West on March 03, 2009, 12:36:38 pm
The complete url of the error is helpful, along with a screen shot and generous people will take a look and try to help.

Perhaps someone can tell us why there is an &amp in the url below?
http://hygiene-klein.de/shop.html?page=shop.browse&amp;category_id=135

And not in this one? The url below caused problems and was slow.
http://hygiene-klein.de/shop.html?page=shop.browse&category_id=145

Answer: http://www.google.com/search?q=%26amp

From the url listed above, it appears that you have enabled "search engine friendly URLS" in the Joomla Config and that may be the problem. Try turning them off and see what happens as this is a completely different issue. If you are using a third party SEF program that does not have an extension for Virtuemart, that could also be the problem.

I'm still suspecting aberrant java script somewhere, possibly a third party module? Please keep in mind, I'm only trying to help and my problems were fixed on my website by doing more than is even posted in this thread.

Be certain to clear the cache in JM and your browser. I have to crash. it is almost 5 AM for me.

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Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: tillo on March 03, 2009, 18:49:38 pm
I have disabled "search engine friendly URLS" and "Loading-Indicator" but the problem is still existing. I cannot left replicate the url with "&amp".

These are not third party modules activ.

Categories with one or without articles = normal loading, no crash
Categories with more then one articles = extreme slow loading or crash

This is a list of enabled modules:
mod_virtuemart (left)
mod_mainmenu (topmenu)
mod_mainmenu (left)
mod_mainmenu (custom, middle under the header)
mod_virtuemart_cart (left)
mod_virtuemart_topten (right)





Title: Removed by author :) 2
Post by: Hucks on March 03, 2009, 20:29:25 pm
Removed by author :)
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: kauzi on March 03, 2009, 23:23:13 pm

Change the following file: /libraries/joomla/html/html/behavior.php

~line 108
$tooltipInit = ' window.addEvent(\'domready\', function(){ var JTooltips = new Tips($$(\''.$selector.'\'), '.$options.'); });';
to
$tooltipInit = ' window.addEvent(\'load\', function(){ var JTooltips = new Tips($$(\''.$selector.'\'), '.$options.'); });';


I tried the patch provided by Aravot but it did not resolve. Then i applied PeterTJ's solution above and it worked instantly. So i can't say if it is just the last or a combination.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on March 04, 2009, 00:22:12 am
If PeterTJ's solution worked, than it could be Joomla issue or combination of Joomla and VirtueMart, this IE issue is making me bald, it works for few, not others, it is difficult to find a prefect solution as the error could be caused due to combination of many extension, it makes troubleshooting more difficult because I don't get it on my site.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: tillo on March 04, 2009, 08:10:52 am
I tried all know patches, single or togehter, but nothing works right. The "Cannot load alert" of IE7 is gone, but the site loading time is very long an the design crashes by clicking categories with more then one article.

Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: OxiDia on March 04, 2009, 09:05:17 am
"aravot"

I have written a post earlier in this Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue
« Reply #44 on: February 10, 2009, 10:07:13 am » (http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?topic=51089.msg166645#msg166645)

The problem operation aborted could still be found within the virtuemart.net site but works fine when you use virtuemart.com

The problem with operation aborted is even bigger with the VirtueMart eCommerce Bundle (w. Joomla! 1.5.9) than standalone of Joomla and Virtuemart.

Maybe you could find the issue in-between the .net and .com and/or in-between the eCommerce Bundle and Joomla-Virtuemart standalone.

It works fine in Firefox but the rest of the worlds aren’t “nerds” like us and they use IE.
Virtuemart is the best solution for Joomla, but I’m not a programmer so I can’t fix it.

Joomla 1.5.8 - 1.5.9
Virtuemart 1.1.2 - 1.1.3
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on March 04, 2009, 09:22:41 am
VirtueMart site doesn't even use VirtueMart extension it uses Joomla if the issue is present then it is Joomla related and there is no separate installation of virtuemart.com site it is only a URL redirect to virtuemart.net
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: OxiDia on March 04, 2009, 10:05:27 am
I understand about the virtuemart site, it was only a suggestion to find the problem. Because the problem persist within the different, maybe it's a Joomla problem completely. But can only find the problem together with Virtuemart.

I have tried the fixes but can still see the problem.
Are only trying to find ways to fix it, because I love Virtuemart.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: tillo on March 04, 2009, 22:15:14 pm
Shure, if an active mod_virtuemart crashes the IE7, then it is a problem of Joomla. Shure! *LOL*
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on March 04, 2009, 22:22:18 pm
No need to be sarcastic OxiDia was talking about virtuemart.net and not mod_virtuemart
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Michael West on March 05, 2009, 00:04:58 am
IE is real picky about code. Safari hates re-directs, etc.

See my link below, "We look for things that make us go, computer things."

Shoot, just when I thought we had it fixed I can now go to Joomla Config and force the whole website to SSL and guess who's back, OAI!

It's not a big issue for me now, since I rarely force the entire site to SSL. Forcing the backend admin is ok.

I completely stripped my site, no cache, gzip, etc. And will eventually see if I can duplicate on my local server. It would be helpful if I was a programmer.

Perhaps we need to co-ordinate this issue with the Joomla team and have a bug swat session since the problem showed soon after both JM/VM released an upgrade.

P.S. The only module I use is the category mod and the product scroller mod.

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Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Michael West on March 05, 2009, 08:45:36 am
Is it broken?

Bug swat? Try searching http://forum.joomla.org/ for "Operation Aborted".

Here is a dynamicaly updated list of Joomla Extensions that may have the IE Operation Aborted problem.

Clue: Look at the list and see if you have one, click the link and read.

(3 pages long at time of post)


http://www.google.com/custom?hl=en&client=google-coop-np&cof=FORID:9%3BAH:left%3BS:http://www.joomla.org%3BCX:Joomla%2521%2520Community%2520Support%2520Search%3BL:http://joomlacode.org/themes/joomla_15/images/joomla-logo.jpg%3BLH:84%3BLP:1%3BVLC:%23551a8b%3BGFNT:%23666666%3BDIV:%23cccccc%3B&ad=w9&adkw=AELymgUR1iOT0wn8gqTsDp6P_0eBjnZakczvWlwtgn2G7P9Cts19lITLIoL05AG7th9C3ub8_ICC2U1pgekw8lGAkrU5KS-MjHhhIT2j2DFLalc5UCasfvE&rurl=http://forum.joomla.org/results.php%3Fcx%3D007628682600509520926%253Ahigrppcfurc%26cof%3DFORID%253A9%26q%3DOperation%2Baborted%26google_rsg%3D__HIHZvWA2NGVXYGmCEXDqEifPc0U%3D&q=Operation+aborted+more:extensions&cx=007628682600509520926:higrppcfurc&sa=N&ei=HKKvSZy-IJm0sQPe08mDAQ&oi=coopctx&resnum=0&ct=col3&cd=1 (http://www.google.com/custom?hl=en&client=google-coop-np&cof=FORID:9%3BAH:left%3BS:http://www.joomla.org%3BCX:Joomla%2521%2520Community%2520Support%2520Search%3BL:http://joomlacode.org/themes/joomla_15/images/joomla-logo.jpg%3BLH:84%3BLP:1%3BVLC:%23551a8b%3BGFNT:%23666666%3BDIV:%23cccccc%3B&ad=w9&adkw=AELymgUR1iOT0wn8gqTsDp6P_0eBjnZakczvWlwtgn2G7P9Cts19lITLIoL05AG7th9C3ub8_ICC2U1pgekw8lGAkrU5KS-MjHhhIT2j2DFLalc5UCasfvE&rurl=http://forum.joomla.org/results.php%3Fcx%3D007628682600509520926%253Ahigrppcfurc%26cof%3DFORID%253A9%26q%3DOperation%2Baborted%26google_rsg%3D__HIHZvWA2NGVXYGmCEXDqEifPc0U%3D&q=Operation+aborted+more:extensions&cx=007628682600509520926:higrppcfurc&sa=N&ei=HKKvSZy-IJm0sQPe08mDAQ&oi=coopctx&resnum=0&ct=col3&cd=1)

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Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: tillo on March 05, 2009, 09:35:56 am
For me it is enough with this unstable version. I make a downgrade on a stable version.

By the problems I have meanwhile more than 2000 euros took and two good customers lost.

It has been confirmed again that open source software can cause many (heavy!) problems with itself. For an enterprise this is completely unacceptable. I would like to pay somebody for the remedying of the problems. But new problems come back to it again... :(
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: tillo on March 05, 2009, 19:28:23 pm
Oh my god!

I have found a solution for the IE7 problem in my shops after some days investigate now:

File: browse_1.php

I have included all DIVs in TABLES and my shops work now faultlessly and fast. Obviously the IE7 has a problem with these DIVs.

Old code:
Code: [Select]
<?php if( !defined'_VALID_MOS' ) && !defined'_JEXEC' ) ) die( 'Direct Access to '.basename(__FILE__).' is not allowed.' );
mm_showMyFileName(__FILE__);
 
?>


<div class="browseProductContainer">
   <div class="browseProductImageContainer">
   
   <script type="text/javascript">//<![CDATA[
      document.write('<a href="javascript:void window.open(\'<?php echo $product_full_image ?>\', \'win2\', \'status=no,toolbar=no,scrollbars=yes,titlebar=no,menubar=no,resizable=yes,width=<?php echo $full_image_width ?>,height=<?php echo $full_image_height ?>,directories=no,location=no\');">');
      document.write( '<?php echo ps_product::image_tag$product_thumb_image'class="browseProductImage" border="0" title="'.$product_name.'" alt="'.$product_name .'"' ?></a>' );
      //]]>
   </script>
   
   <noscript>
      <a href="<?php echo $product_full_image ?>" target="_blank" title="<?php echo $product_name ?>"><?php echo ps_product::image_tag$product_thumb_image'class="browseProductImage" border="1" title="'.$product_name.'" alt="'.$product_name .'"' ?></a>
</noscript>

   </div>
     
   <div class="browsePriceContainer">
   
      <span class="browseProductSKU">&nbsp;Art.-Nr.: <?php echo $product_sku ?></span>
      <br />
      <span class="browseProductTitle"><?php echo $product_name ?><span>
      <br />
      <span class="browseProductDescription">
      <?php echo $product_s_desc ?>
      <br /><br />
      <a href="<?php echo $product_flypage ?>" title="<?php echo $product_details ?>">
      <?php echo $product_details ?> &gt;&gt;&gt;</a></span>
      <br /><br />
      <span class="browseProductPrice"><?php echo $product_price ?></span>
      <br />
      <span class="browseAddToCartContainer">
      <?php echo $form_addtocart ?>
      </span>
     
   </div>
   
</div>


New code:
Code: [Select]
<?php if( !defined'_VALID_MOS' ) && !defined'_JEXEC' ) ) die( 'Direct Access to '.basename(__FILE__).' is not allowed.' );
mm_showMyFileName(__FILE__);
 
?>


<div class="browseProductContainer">

<table width="100%" border="0"><tr><td>

   <div class="browseProductImageContainer">
   
   <script type="text/javascript">//<![CDATA[
      document.write('<a href="javascript:void window.open(\'<?php echo $product_full_image ?>\', \'win2\', \'status=no,toolbar=no,scrollbars=yes,titlebar=no,menubar=no,resizable=yes,width=<?php echo $full_image_width ?>,height=<?php echo $full_image_height ?>,directories=no,location=no\');">');
      document.write( '<?php echo ps_product::image_tag$product_thumb_image'class="browseProductImage" border="0" title="'.$product_name.'" alt="'.$product_name .'"' ?></a>' );
      //]]>
   </script>
   
   <noscript>
      <a href="<?php echo $product_full_image ?>" target="_blank" title="<?php echo $product_name ?>"><?php echo ps_product::image_tag$product_thumb_image'class="browseProductImage" border="1" title="'.$product_name.'" alt="'.$product_name .'"' ?></a>
</noscript>

   </div>
</td><td>       
   <div class="browsePriceContainer">
   
      <span class="browseProductSKU">&nbsp;Art.-Nr.: <?php echo $product_sku ?></span>
      <br />
      <span class="browseProductTitle"><?php echo $product_name ?><span>
      <br />
      <span class="browseProductDescription">
      <?php echo $product_s_desc ?>
      <br /><br />
      <a href="<?php echo $product_flypage ?>" title="<?php echo $product_details ?>">
      <?php echo $product_details ?> &gt;&gt;&gt;</a></span>
      <br /><br />
      <span class="browseProductPrice"><?php echo $product_price ?></span>
      <br />
      <span class="browseAddToCartContainer">
      <?php echo $form_addtocart ?>
      </span>
     
   </div>
   
</td></tr></table>
   
</div>

Of course I also have made all changes which were already posted here before. Unfortunately, I do not know whether these have contributed somehow for the solution.



Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Dok_ on March 05, 2009, 19:49:55 pm
Hello,

Great fix, thanks.

Joomla 1.5.9
VM 1.1.3
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: z8278a on March 06, 2009, 13:45:19 pm
 :D Thankyou, Thankyou, Thankyou. The supplied files appear to have fixed my problem. This was preventing from putting the site live, and I had no idea how to fix it. This forum is fantastic!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: jonathanb on March 06, 2009, 18:01:34 pm
There is a post on the Joomla site about this being linked to the tooltip and the fix worked fine for me

http://forum.joomla.org/viewtopic.php?f=126&p=1602298
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: pilotjourney on March 08, 2009, 01:55:46 am
Thank you Peter this worked perfect, but as you said...clear that cache or it will not work. :)

Thank you for all that you do here.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: bulesz on March 08, 2009, 08:36:35 am
Thanks its working fine...

I just wondering why wasnt included into the VM 1.1.3 release... :(

Cheers,
B.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Micha on March 08, 2009, 13:21:31 pm
Does it work also if you use browse_2.php ??

Micha
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: bulesz on March 08, 2009, 13:26:19 pm
browse_2.php ??
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Micha on March 08, 2009, 13:34:35 pm
Oh my god!

I have found a solution for the IE7 problem in my shops after some days investigate now:

File: browse_1.php

I have included all DIVs in TABLES and my shops work now faultlessly and fast. Obviously the IE7 has a problem with these DIVs.

Old code:
Code: [Select]
<?php if( !defined'_VALID_MOS' ) && !defined'_JEXEC' ) ) die( 'Direct Access to '.basename(__FILE__).' is not allowed.' );
mm_showMyFileName(__FILE__);
 
?>


<div class="browseProductContainer">
   <div class="browseProductImageContainer">
  
   <script type="text/javascript">//<![CDATA[
     document.write('<a href="javascript:void window.open(\'<?php echo $product_full_image ?>\', \'win2\', \'status=no,toolbar=no,scrollbars=yes,titlebar=no,menubar=no,resizable=yes,width=<?php echo $full_image_width ?>,height=<?php echo $full_image_height ?>,directories=no,location=no\');">');
     document.write( '<?php echo ps_product::image_tag$product_thumb_image'class="browseProductImage" border="0" title="'.$product_name.'" alt="'.$product_name .'"' ?></a>' );
     //]]>
   </script>
  
   <noscript>
      <a href="<?php echo $product_full_image ?>" target="_blank" title="<?php echo $product_name ?>"><?php echo ps_product::image_tag$product_thumb_image'class="browseProductImage" border="1" title="'.$product_name.'" alt="'.$product_name .'"' ?></a>
</noscript>

   </div>
     
   <div class="browsePriceContainer">
  
      <span class="browseProductSKU">&nbsp;Art.-Nr.: <?php echo $product_sku ?></span>
      <br />
      <span class="browseProductTitle"><?php echo $product_name ?><span>
      <br />
      <span class="browseProductDescription">
      <?php echo $product_s_desc ?>
      <br /><br />
      <a href="<?php echo $product_flypage ?>" title="<?php echo $product_details ?>">
      <?php echo $product_details ?> &gt;&gt;&gt;</a></span>
      <br /><br />
      <span class="browseProductPrice"><?php echo $product_price ?></span>
      <br />
      <span class="browseAddToCartContainer">
      <?php echo $form_addtocart ?>
      </span>
     
   </div>
  
</div>


New code:
Code: [Select]
<?php if( !defined'_VALID_MOS' ) && !defined'_JEXEC' ) ) die( 'Direct Access to '.basename(__FILE__).' is not allowed.' );
mm_showMyFileName(__FILE__);
 
?>


<div class="browseProductContainer">

<table width="100%" border="0"><tr><td>

   <div class="browseProductImageContainer">
  
   <script type="text/javascript">//<![CDATA[
     document.write('<a href="javascript:void window.open(\'<?php echo $product_full_image ?>\', \'win2\', \'status=no,toolbar=no,scrollbars=yes,titlebar=no,menubar=no,resizable=yes,width=<?php echo $full_image_width ?>,height=<?php echo $full_image_height ?>,directories=no,location=no\');">');
     document.write( '<?php echo ps_product::image_tag$product_thumb_image'class="browseProductImage" border="0" title="'.$product_name.'" alt="'.$product_name .'"' ?></a>' );
     //]]>
   </script>
  
   <noscript>
      <a href="<?php echo $product_full_image ?>" target="_blank" title="<?php echo $product_name ?>"><?php echo ps_product::image_tag$product_thumb_image'class="browseProductImage" border="1" title="'.$product_name.'" alt="'.$product_name .'"' ?></a>
</noscript>

   </div>
</td><td>       
   <div class="browsePriceContainer">
  
      <span class="browseProductSKU">&nbsp;Art.-Nr.: <?php echo $product_sku ?></span>
      <br />
      <span class="browseProductTitle"><?php echo $product_name ?><span>
      <br />
      <span class="browseProductDescription">
      <?php echo $product_s_desc ?>
      <br /><br />
      <a href="<?php echo $product_flypage ?>" title="<?php echo $product_details ?>">
      <?php echo $product_details ?> &gt;&gt;&gt;</a></span>
      <br /><br />
      <span class="browseProductPrice"><?php echo $product_price ?></span>
      <br />
      <span class="browseAddToCartContainer">
      <?php echo $form_addtocart ?>
      </span>
     
   </div>
  
</td></tr></table>
  
</div>

Of course I also have made all changes which were already posted here before. Unfortunately, I do not know whether these have contributed somehow for the solution.


Does it work also if you use browse_2.php ??

Micha
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: bulesz on March 08, 2009, 13:49:02 pm
buddy...what do you mean using browse_2.php???

If you mean VM browse tmeplate, I am always using my custom templates...

Before fixing I had problem only at admin side...
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: tillo on March 08, 2009, 17:22:38 pm
Why do you quote my whole posting?

The IE7 has heavy problems with any DIV-styled templates. Test it out. Insert tables into your browse_x.php an hope this fix your problem. ;)


Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: sitebuildernow on March 09, 2009, 09:45:19 am
Where are the "attached files"? I am sorry if I am being dense but I don't see an attachment to this post.
Thanks,
Harmony

[/quote]
Please try the new attach files and reply here.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Michael West on March 09, 2009, 17:52:15 pm
http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=51089.0;attach=9621

Day 37 of the Crapture.

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Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: jjoerugged on March 10, 2009, 14:18:36 pm
Does anyone know if these patches work for IE6?  I'm getting the same Operation Aborted errors as those running IE7. Can I load them on my version?

Can anyone recommend a reliable substitution to VirtueMart? The time wasted is costing me money. The free software isn't really that free.  I'm sure getting my moneies worth. ;D

Thanks for the help the forums are great!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on March 10, 2009, 17:35:15 pm
Can anyone recommend a reliable substitution to VirtueMart? The time wasted is costing me money. The free software isn't really that free.  I'm sure getting my moneies worth. ;D

Google/search for the term(s) "ecommerce, ecart, estore, shopping+cart" you will find many alternatives.

Goodbye and good luck on your business.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: wivelden on March 11, 2009, 03:00:39 am
The amount of times I have got frustrated with problems with Virtuemart are endless. However all problems can be solved one way or another. I have put too much time into adding products that for me to go to another cart would be insane. Besides I really like Virtuemart compared to the others. Im sticking with this because I know that it can only get better.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Michael West on March 11, 2009, 03:39:04 am
 ::)I thought this would fix my website by patching Line 261:
/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/mainframe.class.php and there was a copy attached. But, one of my customers reported it did not.

Please refer to this topic for confirmation: http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?topic=39592.new;topicseen#new of the change in the code.

As you can see from the picture below, the biggest problem is Microsoft IE picky use of code. The error even shows up on the Apple Store website.


Perhaps Peter can add this to the patch?

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Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: belindab on March 11, 2009, 17:25:15 pm
Hi, I am delighted that you have got a fix!
Can you confirm that we now have a complete solution to the front and back end Operation Aborted issue for 1.1.3 - and if so could some kind soul take the trouble to put up a clear new post with the instructions to be followed, or even better -  would it be possible to make a release 1.1.4 with this included?
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: grayceworks on March 12, 2009, 01:53:50 am
Used the attached files from the first post and cleared cache with NO EFFECT. Only having this problem on the backend in IE7 when I try to edit..


Used the attached file mainframe.class.php and now I can edit, however every page in the admin of vm gives a runtime error: Line 61 "Ext undefined" for this line:

Code: [Select]
<script type="text/javascript">Ext.BLANK_IMAGE_URL = "http://localhost/components/com_virtuemart/js/extjs2/images/default/s.gif";
Never had an issue on the front end display. Will just have to continue using FF, but when I'm at different locations working, they don't always have FF installed... Is there any update on this? This is on a local install and on an online install both.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Michael West on March 12, 2009, 04:34:50 am
Dear Belindab,

I cannot confirm we have a completely clear solution. I'm just a needle in the haystack.

Dear GraceWorks,

I was able to fix the backend problem by removing a virus as outlined in a previous post using Ad-aware. I also installed Spybot and cleaned up my registery on Windows Vista using CCleaner.

http://www.lavasoft.com/   http://www.safer-networking.org/   http://www.google.com/search?q=CCleaner

The image error (EXT) is something I'm not familiar with and maybe someone could elaberate? Perhaps it is related to the css that IE7 uses?

<!--[if IE 7]>
<link href="templates/khepri/css/ie7.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />
<![endif]-->

You can always PM me if you need more help.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: grayceworks on March 12, 2009, 10:54:09 am
not a virus issue... no virus, no trojans, able to replicate the error on multiple systems on different networks using IE7.

As mentioned, when I installed the mainframe.class.php file that you posted, the IE7 operation abort error went away,

Leaving me with only the runtime error when visiting any admin page for vm, which I posted the exact line the debugger gave, so I don't know how much more I can elaborate on that... 

it's not the css. It's something about the js that is being called at THAT LINE that I posted, which seems to be related to virtuemart's toolbar. dunno...

it points to ..\components\com_virtuemart\js\extjs2\ext-all.js ( I THINK -- could be wrong, but that's the location of the .gif file listed in the line above, and it's used according to that file there as something to do with overlays or something for the toolbar in the admin side)

text/javascript Ext.BLANK_IMAGE_URL =

Code: [Select]
<script type="text/javascript">Ext.BLANK_IMAGE_URL = "http://....etc etc etc...
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: DVD_GR on March 13, 2009, 13:57:35 pm
If PeterTJ's solution worked, than it could be Joomla issue or combination of Joomla and VirtueMart, this IE issue is making me bald, it works for few, not others, it is difficult to find a prefect solution as the error could be caused due to combination of many extension, it makes troubleshooting more difficult because I don't get it on my site.

The problem lies not in joomla and not in virtuemart,
it is within that CRAP software called internet explorer....

Microsoft's admitance is here

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/kb/927917#more_information

aravot you have done a great work and all virtuemart team.
for anyone who accuses virtuemart team for that bug better ask microsoft what the $#%#$^# are doing with internet explorer so many years...Crappiest browser ever...
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: spoonbender on March 15, 2009, 10:56:16 am
This one worked for me:

Components > Virtuemart > Admin > Configuration > Site Tab > Layout > Select the theme for your Shop (Click on Configuration)

Product List Style: Product Listing with a table (default)

Open Product Images in a LightBox?: No

---------------
From the MSDN Forums, it seems that IE& is having problems with <div> tags, so i just disabled it.

VM 1.1.2
J! 1.0.15
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Michael West on March 15, 2009, 20:03:57 pm
I thought this would fix my website by patching Line 261:
/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/mainframe.class.php and there was a copy attached. But, one of my customers reported it did not.

Changelog VM build 1663
http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?topic=31381.0

Peter has told me the SVN is the place to address this issue, using the proper procedures and channels.

If we could get some programmers involved, maybe we could fix this, once and for all?
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: gjburg on March 16, 2009, 08:16:58 am
Thanks i've upgraded to 1.1.3 and since then also had the Operation Aborted in the backend. Even in Firefox I sometimes got the aborted error.

I've installed your patch and it seems to be solved now!

Thanks


Please try the attach fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.

First Unzip than replace the files
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/toolbar.html.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/htmlTools.class.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/menuBar.class.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/ps_config.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/html/product.product_form.php

Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/wz_tooltip.js
Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/slimbox/css/slimbox.css
Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/slimbox/js/slimbox.js

Make sure you clear browser cache.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Nick Miletich on March 20, 2009, 04:07:10 am
This one worked for me:

Components > Virtuemart > Admin > Configuration > Site Tab > Layout > Select the theme for your Shop (Click on Configuration)

Product List Style: Product Listing with a table (default)

Open Product Images in a LightBox?: No

---------------
From the MSDN Forums, it seems that IE& is having problems with <div> tags, so i just disabled it.

VM 1.1.2
J! 1.0.15

Thanks Spoonbender for the info!  Setting the product listing to default worked for me too!  :)
 
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: JamesW on March 22, 2009, 22:46:41 pm
I heard about the domready fix from another thread and tried that but it didnt solve my issue. I think the same error is coming up for many different problems.

I got around the problem in the frontend of my sites by dissabling the tooltips (the blue cirlce that displays a message when you hover over it). These were appearing next to parameters of my 'product type' values. I simply removed any 'product type descriptions' that I had written in and the blue tool tips went away and so did the error message.

There may be a cleaning way of getting rid of the error so that you can still use the tool tips. I still have to use firefox in the backend as there are so many tool tips there and they are quite useful to have anyway.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on March 22, 2009, 23:06:07 pm
Did you use the attached files, tooltip is generated using wz_tooltip.js which is fixed, at least for me as I don't get the error anymore.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: grayceworks on March 23, 2009, 05:46:47 am
Used the attached files. Fixed the front end, but still have to use FF in the backend, because I can't edit anything without getting the operation aborted error the instant I go to an edit page.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on March 23, 2009, 08:34:25 am
Sorry I can't duplicate it, if you want give me ftp and site access and I will check it, if you decide to do so BACKUP.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: beipink on March 24, 2009, 03:37:48 am
I'm not sure if this apply only to my case but this fix( the one posted in the first post) will fix the issue only for IE6 leaving the aborted msg on the back end still unsolved.
the aborted msg appear with IE7 in the screen add a new product. I'm investigating for a solution on my own. i'll keep you posted if i find it.
thanks a regards
Kirk
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: korb on March 26, 2009, 11:29:29 am
Peter, please post a hacklist for all files, so we can add the fixes manually to our sites. I want to remain on VM 1.1.2 since VM 1.1.3 is not yet what I need, and I think this is better.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on March 27, 2009, 00:05:56 am
VM 1.1.2, doesn't have the 'Operation Aborted' error, however see the first post for changed files.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: djimaestro on March 27, 2009, 12:35:04 pm
Hi, and many thanks for your work !  ;D

I just tried this patch on my website. Everything seems to work fine with IE7, but there's still a problem with the slimbox.

When I open a product image, it doesn't work the first time (it opens then image in the same window, without lightbox effect). But if I try another time, it works ! And when I clear the cache, it doesn't work again !

So I disabled the lightbox effect...
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: VMVirgin on March 27, 2009, 21:18:12 pm
Many thanks, The fix has worked for my site.  Problems do not seem to be isolated to VM.  A friend has a Joomla site with NO VM and still gets the operation aborted message, so people still having problems maybe should look also at Joomla forums?
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: collin@ntspb.com on March 27, 2009, 23:32:43 pm
so what is the fix for this???????
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: thomas_clight on March 28, 2009, 12:02:50 pm
Hi,all. PeterTJ's post worked for me :

Change the following file: /libraries/joomla/html/html/behavior.php

~line 108
$tooltipInit = ' window.addEvent(\'domready\', function(){ var JTooltips = new Tips($$(\''.$selector.'\'), '.$options.'); });';
to
$tooltipInit = ' window.addEvent(\'load\', function(){ var JTooltips = new Tips($$(\''.$selector.'\'), '.$options.'); });';

I use a Yootools template and various of their tools which are based on Mootools.

Thanks Peter. I also tried disactivating my IE plug-ins: no effect, and going back to 1.1.2, no effect. I didn't try the mal-ware fix.

Goodluck to all,
Thomas
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: collin@ntspb.com on March 28, 2009, 15:25:15 pm
hiquatec.com (http://hiquatec.com) I have JM 1.5.8 and VM 1.1.3 how do I go back to VM 1.1.2?
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: thomas_clight on March 29, 2009, 11:17:25 am
I spoke too soon the problem came back!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: DJWick on March 30, 2009, 17:27:14 pm
Hi Peter,

Referring back to the very first post in this thread, I'd just like to say thank you for posting the attached ZIP file with the IE "Operation Aborted" fix.

I've been humming along with creating my store with J!1.59 and VM1.1.3, using FireFox as my browser. There have been a lot of issues that have drawn me to the VM Forum looking for fixes; not always successfully, I might add, since there are so many zero-reply threads. But, generally things have been going fairly well.

However, as I was at someone else's home showing him my store in his IE browser I was quite dismayed to discover IE crashing with the "Shop Categories" link. Very embarrassing.

I really didn't hold much hope in finding the solution here, and expected a major effort and tons of wasted time trying to debug the problem. I found your post on the very first search, downloaded your attached file, replaced the files, cleared IE's cache, refreshed, and lo and behold it was all fixed!

Learned my lesson. Test in IE along the way.

Many, many thanks. And much appreciation for your commitment to helping us get through the glitches.

Dave
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: kreatik on March 31, 2009, 00:11:40 am
Hi,

The fix files in first page worked :)
But I've this error (ie7).

 ???

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Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: collin@ntspb.com on March 31, 2009, 03:31:05 am
I just found out that certain modules could be causing the IE7 problem so I disabled everything I added then re-enabled them one by one while testing the site in  IE7.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: kreatik on March 31, 2009, 11:14:45 am
Hi :)

I fixed my bug, my template (rocketTheme) included additionnal mootools release.

/media/js/mootools.js and /templates/myTmplte/js/mootools.js

thanks
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: VMVirgin on March 31, 2009, 19:06:09 pm
Joomla just released latest update. Don't know if it includes a fix for any issues regarding this occurring in joomla itself but may be worth a try!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: poly on April 01, 2009, 11:39:50 am
Anyone getting this error with the FRONT END might do well to check if they have their products listed in a "tree" format - We had this error when using the JSCook tree display in the module which lists the product categories.  Switching to dTree seems to have solved it.

Should say we are still using Joomla 1.0.15
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: jillymot on April 01, 2009, 14:00:38 pm
Peter - you are a legend!

This has fixed my problem (and just in time before meeting my client tomorrow)!

Many thanks.

Can you please tell me - the files that you provided - are they in the latest version of the VirtueMart install package?

P.S.  Should have mentioned that mine was a frontend IE problem and your fix worked on that too.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on April 01, 2009, 19:59:35 pm
the files are fixes for 1.1.3 version which is the latest release version, the files are in 1.1.4 version which is not released yet, still bug fixing
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: revive on April 03, 2009, 06:20:00 am
Wow,.. what a read.. lol. Great posting Peter (aravot) - as always! Thank you also to the other folks committed to contributing and finding a cure fr this IE illness. It does seem that many factors are involved, and vary from install to install, as Peter mentioned..

We are running J1.5.9 and VM 1.1.3, and when we click on 'Products', our VM store category page, we get this error. I have navigated, by link, to the browse and flypages and all is well there.. so it is just the category listing page that is throwing this error for me. I didn't check, and don't care about the backend, because we all use FF3 for this.. it's the frontend clients using IE6 and 7 that I need to address.

We are not using ANY VM menus, we instead are using a standard mod_mainmenu with direct links to the product flypages. So, the menu tree issue doesn't apply, at least not to our install.

So, here is what I have tried,. so far, to no avail:

New Slimbox files
Changed 'domready' to 'load' in behaviors.php
turned off lightbox in VM
Changed from DIV to Table layout (default) in VM
turned off Gzip
 -- I had not tried Peters intial fix because I was mainly concerned about the front end and it was aimed at the backend errors..
So, I just uploaded all the files in the first post of this thread,
AND IT IS FIXED so far!!

I will do more testing and post back with any additional finds!

Also, of note,.. for all the previous attempts to correct this error, I reverted the files back to orig, so the last fix is the ONLY fix applied to our site.

Cheers
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: wuffster on April 03, 2009, 21:23:58 pm
After uploading those files, my mootools drop down menu no longer work...I fixed my issue by disabling gzip.  But now I need my drop down menus, can someone supply the original wz and htmltool files so I can see if those are that is what killed my menus?

Hi, this fixed the frontend "operation aborted" for me. The JSCook Tree menu was causing the problem.

VM 1.1.3
J 1.5.? (most recent when posted...)

Solution: login as Joomla administrator, find the mod_virtuemart module and change the munu parameters accordingly
Problem: site worked in Safari, Camino, Firefox; not in IE6+7;
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: wivelden on April 03, 2009, 23:22:31 pm
I get this too apparently on some users using XP and I.E 7. I dont get this running I.E 7 or 8 on my laptop or on my desktop.

When can we expect 1.1.4?
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: mksnz on April 04, 2009, 19:40:03 pm
Didn't work for me. It's better than before but message came back after a few pages. Spoonbenders advice worked for me but its not visually very nice solution.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Gary on April 06, 2009, 14:19:33 pm
http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=51089.0;attach=9621  -   Attachment Doesnt Exist
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: jimbo1wilson on April 06, 2009, 17:35:15 pm
Hi Gary - hope this helps. I found the same file posted on another website and using this and clearing the cache seems to have fixed this problem for me.

http://www.vmitalia.net/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_details&gid=128&Itemid=58

Jim
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Gary on April 06, 2009, 17:57:34 pm
Thanks bud, off to test...
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: dallas147 on April 07, 2009, 13:36:02 pm
Files in the 1st post worked for me..

Thanks
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: tramonjr on April 07, 2009, 20:00:38 pm
Worked like a charm!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: red2678 on April 08, 2009, 20:23:53 pm
Well...I wish I could say this fixed it for me. However, I still get the error in the backend when I try to edit or add an item.

Anyone still getting this?
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: grayceworks on April 11, 2009, 07:10:57 am
still getting this in the backend only. am using firefox for editing.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: timgdixon on April 12, 2009, 23:30:27 pm
This definitely fixed my issue- VM 1.1.3 & Joomla 1.1.5

This one worked for me:

Components > Virtuemart > Admin > Configuration > Site Tab > Layout > Select the theme for your Shop (Click on Configuration)

Product List Style: Product Listing with a table (default)

Open Product Images in a LightBox?: No

---------------
From the MSDN Forums, it seems that IE& is having problems with <div> tags, so i just disabled it.

VM 1.1.2
J! 1.0.15
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: letsroll on April 13, 2009, 18:09:07 pm
Just in case you are tracking, I had the problem on Internet Explorer 7 on the Front-End and Back-End.

  I applied the changes as per aravot and both problems went away.

Kudos to Avarot  ;D

Joomla 5.2.9
VM 1.1.3
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Nilsy on April 13, 2009, 20:13:56 pm
I've been looking at this for the past 3 days, without any luck.
I searched the Forums here, also without finding this path.
Just now I found this path, uploaded the files and cleared the cache... and voila, works!!

Also works backend now!

Peter, you are a genious! Thanks!  ;)

Joomla 1.5.10
Windows 2003 Server
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: riki81 on April 14, 2009, 18:49:41 pm
I used your Fix and everything is great now (both IE 6.0 and IE 7.0)

Thanks!


Riki
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: drrockne on April 15, 2009, 02:05:51 am
I just tried the old, "what's the last thing you did" philosophy and started systematically turning things off, trying a test, then turning it back on.  Turns out, in my case at least, the problem appeared to be with the VirtueMart Product Categories module.  When I turned it off the "Operation Aborted" IE problem went away.   Hmmm...
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: iMAAXX on April 16, 2009, 20:38:36 pm
Hello,

I have tried the updated files from above and still it does not allow me to update content correctly thru the TinyMCE editor with Joomla 1.0.15 and VM 1.1.3. We are trying to create a pop-up link to a new HTML page and this feature was working before we updated… This is a production site with over 100 of these pop-up links.

When do you estimate we will have a fix for this? My client is very upset with me for patching his site and not checking to see if there were any known issues… So I guess shame on me, for not looking prior to the update…

Can I over right the files with the old 1.1.2 version like some are recommending doing? I would do this if it were a recommend thing from someone of the team.

Thanks for your support in this matter…

Best Regards
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Janeta on April 17, 2009, 14:07:57 pm
U used fix posted by Peter and it fixed exactly this issue - but only after I cleared all the browser's history. No more errors now, cool! Thanks!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: iMAAXX on April 17, 2009, 15:12:26 pm
Hello,

Is the above fix for Joomla 1.0.xx or Joomla 1.5.xx or both?

People say they only have this problem with IE but I have this issue with my site with IE and Firefox… and the same problem is in the front-end and the back-end?

Again I am using Joomla 1.0.15 with VM 1.13, can anyone make a recommendation for us Joomla 1.0 users?

Thanks
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: baxterdown on April 28, 2009, 22:51:27 pm
Thanks Aravot! Your fix worked great!!!! :-)
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: salbini on April 29, 2009, 12:47:08 pm
Files in the first post worked for my 4 websites.
Thanks alot, I was really desperate
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Tiggers on April 30, 2009, 01:54:11 am
I did this and it fixed some of the problems however I still get the error when I try to add a product to my categories.  I cleared cache and temporary files here is a picture of what i get.  my website is www.redirectfiles.org and I am in the building stage right now.  As i said i can get the categories now where i could not before I just cant add the products.  Maybe i am missing something.

Thanks for your time and effort
Tiggers
Xfire Tiggersbound
Email Tiggers@redirectfiles.org



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Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: afree on May 06, 2009, 09:53:41 am
We are working with Joomla 1.0.15 and VM 1.1.3. With the IE7 & 8 we have the operation aborted issues.

Does the fix work also for Joomla 1.0.15?
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: bg-click on May 06, 2009, 15:04:48 pm
EDIT: I found what was still causing the problem even after the fix in the 1st post.

Is called mod_product_categories with Category display type JSCOOK


GL to all
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: berlin80210 on May 08, 2009, 16:30:52 pm
You are a rockstar! Worked like a charm  ;D
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: thienwill on May 08, 2009, 18:46:15 pm
I spent the whole day on this problem, and none of the patches for VM worked for me. Or maybe they all did work - not really sure about this. My problem was eventually solved after I fixed the flowplayer plugin, specifically the JavaScript initiating the player (what I did was just wrapped document.body.onload = function () { } around the script, so it would be called after the load).

Anyways, I thought I'd just drop a line here and thank the OP for the patch that might have helped me. Also to those who still have this problem, maybe you should try to look for the problem elsewhere (different component, mod, plugin). I'm pretty convinced this problem is caused by JavaScripts that run before all html elements are generated. Look for them and try my fix.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on May 15, 2009, 07:20:08 am
@bg-click, could you please write your mod_product_categories settings, I can not duplicate this issue using JSCook.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: fabiancastle on May 20, 2009, 14:51:32 pm
Urgent, I'm still having the frontend issue!!

Even, after applying fixes in first post, disabling all modules (category list, manufacturers, etc) and replacing the 'domready' for 'load' in behavior.php (line 108).

I have used the ja_purity template as the base point. (joomla 1.5.10, vm 1.1.2)

The problem to me seems to be slimbox library, when you click to add a product to the cart and the page still loading. I'm assuming that some divs or elements are still open while the slimbox try to write on the page.


Any thoughts? Please, help !!!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: AprilFloyd on May 20, 2009, 18:17:37 pm
Thanks Aravot.

I too has this issue with and aravots solution fixed it.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: fabiancastle on May 21, 2009, 14:25:59 pm
After continuous debugging, I found out that it was related to the template and how the DIVs were organized (as indicated in microsoft documentation). It was related to slim trying to create the window within the document while other DIVS were still being downloaded. So, I simply changed some div for tables in key places as IE6 and 7 seems to show the content after it has been completely downloaded and not on the fly as divs.

Well, problems have fixed to me after applying all the fixes proposed and modifying the template div structure.
Hope this help someone too.
cheers,
Fabian
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: bg-click on May 21, 2009, 20:09:29 pm
@bg-click, could you please write your mod_product_categories settings, I can not duplicate this issue using JSCook.

Sorry for the delay my friend.

So here is the settings with i still get IE7 CRASH

Category Display type: JSCook
JSCookType: Menu
JSCookmenu Style: ThemeOffice
JSCookMenu Orientation : Vertical
JSCookTree Style: ThemeXP
Label of the dTree Root: Shop
Enable Cache: No
Module Class Suffix: (NOTHING THERE)
Menu Class Suffix: (Nothing THERE)


A quick fix of this problem is to NOT use JSCook Display type atm for this module.

I enable it just to test again 2 be sure befor replay and i start geting the crash error again so i turn it off again :)

Wish that help you find out what is happening. I'm not coder so i cant help you with that aravot( i wish i could).


(aravot u have PM from me ).
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on May 21, 2009, 20:26:57 pm
I can not duplicate it on my test site (http://www.smartshoppsters.com), what other modules and extensions you have installed.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: bg-click on May 21, 2009, 21:41:13 pm
I'm not using any other extensions exept VM/VM Language manager/ SEF404SH and modules  for random product show and VM login form. The template i'm using is a bit old but the problem is not from there.

We are talking for joomla 1.5.10 and latest VM
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on May 21, 2009, 21:51:40 pm
If you see the link, in my above post, I am using the same Joomla and VM version with almost same modules, maybe the issue is SEF404sh, I don't have that installed.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: richard on May 22, 2009, 12:00:41 pm
I have the same problem!

When I choose jscookmenu, I get an opration aborted, when I click on product details in the front-end. In IE8 the page stays black!!

If I choose another menu type there are no problems in IE7 and IE8

I am using joomla 1.5.9 with virtuemart 1.1.3 and template Mixxmag of Rockettheme. At this moment I don't use SEF.....

This topic is very big and I don't now which fix or solution I should try first??!!

Of course in firefox everything works fine even if I choose jscook.

my site: www.hobbitstore.com

Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: richard on May 22, 2009, 13:50:08 pm
Never mind.....uploading the files on page 1 worked for me!

thanks anyway!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Ron kaylor on May 24, 2009, 21:43:25 pm
Still having the same problem on the front with aborting in THAT browser!  I have come across something interesting but have no idea what the fix may be

the only time it does it is when there are images loaded on the product.  if there are no images loaded it works fine

VM 1.1.3 and Joomla 1.5.10 installed,

the flypage displays fine in Firefox but will not in IE 7

attached is screen shot of error message, i have cleared the site cache, the sh404 cache, the browser history! It does not seem to matter what flypage I use i still get the same error,   starting to loose it here!

any ideas anyone,  this is a live site

thanks for everyone's help!

the site addy of the page in question is http://reuniontshirts.theeshirtshop.com/index.php?/Family-Reunion-Tee-s-Designer-line/Honor-the-Family/flypage.tpl.html

forgot to add that I did the fix from the first post and the one old slimbox patch.. 
thanks guys
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: punz on May 25, 2009, 04:04:32 am
I only had a front-end issue nothing wrong with the back and thanks to spoonbender page 10 of this topic, the solution worked for me and my buyers. I tried all the updates etc but the abort error would keep coming back.
That's my 2cents worth.
P.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: normdouglas on May 27, 2009, 10:22:44 am
Just to let you all know what fixed it for me...

VM control panel > Site > Layout > Configuration > UNTICK "Open Product Images in a LightBox?"
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: jeremy217 on May 28, 2009, 20:45:36 pm
There is an easy solution to this for the future.

Add in option to include/not include mootools in the options panel.

Here is what I did:

I removed

echo vmCommonHTML::scriptTag(VM_THEMEURL.'theme.js');

on line 29

$vm_mainframe->addScript( VM_THEMEURL.'theme.js' );

on line 33

vmCommonHTML::loadMooTools();

on line 39

For the file: components/com_virtuemart/themes/default/theme.php

I also turned off ligtbox for images and turned off add items to cart with ajax.

Everything seems to work without mootools.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: normdouglas on May 29, 2009, 02:15:08 am
There is an easy solution to this for the future.

Add in option to include/not include mootools in the options panel.

Here is what I did:

I removed

echo vmCommonHTML::scriptTag(VM_THEMEURL.'theme.js');

on line 29

$vm_mainframe->addScript( VM_THEMEURL.'theme.js' );

on line 33

vmCommonHTML::loadMooTools();

on line 39


I also turned off ligtbox for images and turned off add items to cart with ajax.

Everything seems to work without mootools.

What file are you referring to here?
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: jeremy217 on May 29, 2009, 02:17:58 am
components/com_virtuemart/themes/default/theme.php
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: normdouglas on May 29, 2009, 02:48:52 am
It seems to work for one time... but then reappears again... I have followed the instructions above.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: macgos on May 31, 2009, 05:21:39 am
You guys are all STARS...did the fix in the first post and all is working for me now. This has been a big problem for months..awesome guys...CHEERS!
rcsoaring.co.nz
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: tillo on June 04, 2009, 17:51:04 pm
No, it is the same s**t with Joomla-1.5.11 an VM-1.1.13!!!
The programmers do what since this problem is known?
Why is the problem not overcome in the current version?
VM so really is no more fun!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Tidali on June 04, 2009, 20:54:14 pm
Today 4th June is my first encounter with VirtueMart after it was recommended to me by an experienced Joomla! user - I'm just finishing my 5th Joomla! site in my first five Joomla! weeks. I have wasted 4 hours today on the IE7 bug - time I can't afford. I have just found aravnot's fix dated Feb 1 '09 and everything now works. As Tillo says: why aren't these modified files in the latest download? Can someone take control here? Of course I'll be happy to make a donation but for goodness sake why does all this time have to squandered for the sake of copying a few files. Well done Peter, without this fix I would have given up and gone straight back to Zen Cart. A thousand thanks to everyone who contributes their time to this invaluable work but please finish the paperwork.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: headguru on June 06, 2009, 23:06:23 pm
Joomla 1.5.10
VirtueMart 1.1.3

I implemented Peter's solution from his February 1st post.  It does not take care of the problem for me.  I only see it with VirtueMart, not any other component like Rapid Recipe or Wordpress by core php.

I had to revert to my previous files since I am using LowMips UPS v 2.o which has modified some of the files that Peter's solution replaced.  http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?topic=47142.0 (http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?topic=47142.0)

The problem only appears with IE7 when you go to:  http://www.wilderness-recipes.com/country-store.html (http://www.wilderness-recipes.com/country-store.html)

This article http://www.clientcide.com/code-snippets/manipulating-the-dom/ie-and-operation-aborted/ (http://www.clientcide.com/code-snippets/manipulating-the-dom/ie-and-operation-aborted/)seems to uncover the problem, but the "fix" is not clear to me.  That would be because I am not a coding expert.  I am navigating the "Joomla Ocean" with a boogie board.

Can someone please take a look and give me some ideas.  I would be forever grateful.


Thanks,

Tom
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Vlada_bgd on June 08, 2009, 00:43:23 am
Wait, I don`t get it. On my website when I open any category, browsepage places itself below left modules position, but keeps it`s width. Is this fix gonna clear the problem?
!J 1.5.10
VM 1.1.3
I am having the same problem as Ron kaylor. Any solution yet?
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Falco Stellare on June 08, 2009, 10:18:42 am
Please try the attach fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.

Aravot, I don't have words to thank you!!!!!!  ;D

If you will ever come to Rome, Italy, please drop me a line, I'll be glad to offer you a good roman dinner!!!

--
Falco Stellare
www.deepvoidlog.com
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on June 08, 2009, 19:56:47 pm
We will be releasing 1.1.4 version soon with fixes from this topic (first post), however I see that some of you still have issues with Internet Explorer, we can not duplicate the ‘Operation Abort’ issue on our site(s) and users have reported that the fix from this topic has worked for them.

If you are one of those who after applying the fix from this topic still have issue(s) please write your configuration in detail and other extensions, modules, plugins that you are using because the error could be due to incompatibility between extensions or a simple configuration setting, without these detail we can not troubleshoot further.

Even better you can PM me your site access detail, with FTP access I need to make sure you have applied the patch or try 1.1.4RC (http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?topic=56112.0) on a NONE production site.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: josand on June 08, 2009, 20:19:10 pm
I am getting the same error problems as others when trying to add or edit products

but as a total novice to Joomla and Virtuemart I do not understand how to implement this fix.........please help!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Vlada_bgd on June 09, 2009, 01:02:11 am
Simply download, unpack, login to ftp on Your host and upload these files to specified folders.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Falco Stellare on June 09, 2009, 10:59:02 am
We will be releasing 1.1.4 version soon with fixes from this topic (first post)

I must say it in a low voice (never peeve the fate), but it seems that your patches solved the problem. I was truly on the verge of a suicide, the Virtuemart setup affected by the error is a production installation, yet up and running, selling a lot of items. So, having it stopped by this issue really was a trouble, a big one.

Perhaps it could be useful for you to know that the problems arised when I installed the Shopper Frenzy theme by Shape 5. The system is based on Joomla 1.5.1 and Virtuemart 1.1.3.

Again, thank you for your support! And remember: here in Rome we have many dishes you could really like ;-)
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: jnorris235 on June 17, 2009, 17:47:01 pm
Well many hours and many pages later I have applied the fix, unticked all boxes mentioned and it is still happening. Joomla 1.5, VM 1.1.3.
Not now on the first page but occasionally only!
Now I get a new error on Checking out and I'm going to give in soon!!
Can't keep the client waiting any longer. Can't create Shipper or Shipping Rate - the 'fix' has done something way beyond me!!

 Warning: Missing argument 2 for vmGet(), called in /home/firtree/public_html/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/ps_shipping.php on line 138 and defined in /home/firtree/public_html/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/request.class.php on line 26
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aarondwyer on June 18, 2009, 06:53:10 am
Thank you for posting the files in the first post of this thread.

I applied them to a J1.5.10 and VM 1.1.3 and it worked perfectly.

I had the IE7 error just in my admin area.

Glad to see this will be rolled into VM1.1.4

Aaron
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: rj8 on June 18, 2009, 13:06:00 pm
After hours of trying and applying all fixes mentioned in this thread and others...i read the last post of Falco Stellare who mentioned his probems started when installing a template by Shape5.

As in my case, i'm also using a Shape5 template (Etensity), so i started looking there and i found my solution in a forum topic which had nothing to do with virtuemart...but everything with the (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.

Problem was with a script file: tooltips.js
Quote
Our tooltips script on some servers does not work try opening up the index.php file and look for the below and remove:

<script type="text/javascript" src="templates/etensity_inner/js/tooltips.js"></script>

Deleting this from the index.php solved my problems.
I had applied the fix from the first post allready...so i left it there...won't hurt.

If you have access to there forum, this is the link:
http://www.shape5.com/component/option,com_smf/Itemid,75/topic,5291.0/

case closed for me...move to next issue (vmcchk, SEF, etc).

Ronald
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: AV nut on June 22, 2009, 14:38:46 pm
Hi all,

I was having the IE7 problem on frontend "operation aborted" I am up to date with latest versions Joomla 1.5.11 and Virtuemart 1.1.3
I changed settings in Virtuemart Administration panel: Admin/Configuration/Site Tab/Layout/"Select Theme For Your Site"/Click Configuration Link/Untick "show images in a lightbox" box.
Fixed the problem for me.
Thanks to all posts, as one or two led me to this solution.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: NoeXie on June 30, 2009, 13:20:17 pm
Hi,

I tried the fix in the first post, thanks for posting but it didnt work for me. I use 1.1.3 stable with Joomla 1.5.9. The error pops up when i try to make a new product.

I found out that if i remove mootools.js in media/system/js/ it does work. But ofcourse some functions dont work probably now. So its a JS error right?

Is there someone with the same problem, or know how to fix this? pff, working all day on this bug, hehe.

Thnx all

EDIT:
Ok, now i know for sure that the problems is cast by mootools. I copy/past the head tags from the generated html page into my template file and removed the mootools.js. Again, it works.

How can i remove that frustrating mootools from my 'add new product' page :)

plz help! thnx
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: yakkes on June 30, 2009, 23:06:57 pm
I've installed the vm-ie-fix but still doesn't work.

It works without error when you set the Privacy options to Medium or below under Internet Options.
As sook Privacy settings go to Medium High or higher you still get the Operation Aborted message.

Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: NoeXie on July 01, 2009, 19:53:15 pm
Ok, already fixed this ***obscenity removed*** problem after 48 hours  :P
Thanks for the help (NOT) ::)

grtz
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: mm7977 on July 05, 2009, 07:40:51 am
Thanks peter, it fixed my problem at once,

Murat
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: PINC on July 08, 2009, 05:51:56 am
Hi,

I tried the fix in the first post, thanks for posting but it didnt work for me. I use 1.1.3 stable with Joomla 1.5.9.
Thnx all

plz help! thnx
AND later you say:
Quote from: NoeXie
Ok, already fixed this ***obscenity removed*** problem after 48 hours  Tongue
Thanks for the help (NOT)

Half your problem besides your nasty little attitude is the fact you are posting this on June of 2009 and still using Joomla 1.5.9. Try an upgrade to the latest SECURITY release of Joomla, version 1.5.12.
If your coding is like your upgrading, no wonder your attitude sucks! :-*
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Stefanos on July 09, 2009, 11:41:32 am
Please try the attach fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.

First Unzip than replace the files
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/toolbar.html.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/htmlTools.class.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/menuBar.class.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/ps_config.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/html/product.product_form.php

Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/wz_tooltip.js
Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/slimbox/css/slimbox.css
Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/slimbox/js/slimbox.js

Make sure you clear browser cache.

Search tags, Internet Explorer, IE7, ie7, Operation Aborted

thanks I updated the files on server Although I have IE8 and haven't noticed there was an issue :-)

peace
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: DK180 on July 13, 2009, 14:34:56 pm
Thanks for your first post fix Peter.  Seems to have fixed things for me J1.5.10 and VM 1.1.3

Can now work in backend.  Frontend yet to be tried.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aliannahfth on July 14, 2009, 12:21:51 pm
Nice Informations
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: julie on July 14, 2009, 14:17:26 pm
This fixed my frontend problems with vm and IE7
http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?topic=51089.msg167802#msg167802
Thanks
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: smitho on July 15, 2009, 14:24:57 pm
Thanks Peter your a legend! The fix in your first post sorted everything out for me. Was using J1.5.10 and VM 1.1.3.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Tonygo on July 17, 2009, 13:17:53 pm
I tried all the above but nothing worked, then found it was the template I was using and the order of the java script. Take all jscript usually from the top and place it at the end of the template before: </body>
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: brett.hooker on July 18, 2009, 11:34:51 am
Please try the attach fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.

First Unzip than replace the files
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/toolbar.html.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/htmlTools.class.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/menuBar.class.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/ps_config.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/html/product.product_form.php

Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/wz_tooltip.js
Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/slimbox/css/slimbox.css
Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/slimbox/js/slimbox.js

Make sure you clear browser cache.

Search tags, Internet Explorer, IE7, ie7, Operation Aborted

Fix worked exactly as documented for me.
Joomla 1.5.12 and VM 1.1.3.
Had "operation aborted" before and not after.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: logicom on July 23, 2009, 15:51:38 pm
The simple fix reported by PeterTJ, worked for me!!

Update- later same thing happened in other areas.

thanks,
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Snigeln on July 29, 2009, 10:08:51 am
Hi all!

I have tried all suggestions now.

I have uploaded the fix, didn´t work!
Also tried to ad the suggested lines in the script.
That worked, but it totally messed up the website in other areas.

I use Joomla 1.5.7 ( Rockettheme version )
VM 1.1.3
don´t know what more info is needed.

Is it possible to "isolate" the script to Virtuemart?
So that the other features continue to work?



Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: mamasboy on July 31, 2009, 02:30:06 am
Two things worked for me...

1) changed settings in Virtuemart Administration panel: Admin/Configuration/Site Tab/Layout/"Select Theme For Your Site"/Click Configuration Link/Untick "show images in a lightbox" box.

> this worked for me for the frontend. Didn't try backend for IE cos I use FF for development.

2) The files on the first post worked for me as well (without doing the 'untick' above).

> thanz aravot/Peter for the hardwork!

 ;D
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: shylock on August 12, 2009, 14:18:08 pm
I have just uploaded the files from aravot to fix a problem that prevented me from updating products using IE 7 after upgrading VM to version 1.1.3

Joomla version is 1.5.14

The error message was Operation Aborted with the URL appended. There were no problems using Firefox or Safari (Mac).

The patch worked perfectly.

Thanks for all your hard work.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: amorino on August 12, 2009, 15:15:25 pm
1.1.3 The patch fixed me the lightbox issue on ie7 but not the crash with jscook

Best regards
and thanks a lot
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: paul_j on August 14, 2009, 06:06:51 am
Please try the attach fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.

First Unzip than replace the files
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/toolbar.html.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/htmlTools.class.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/menuBar.class.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/ps_config.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/html/product.product_form.php

Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/wz_tooltip.js
Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/slimbox/css/slimbox.css
Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/slimbox/js/slimbox.js

Make sure you clear browser cache.

Search tags, Internet Explorer, IE7, ie7, Operation Aborted

I used this fix and now VirtueMart works on the back-end in IE7 but it still comes up with the operation aborted in the front end when I try to view the books.

Do you have any suggestions to fix this issue? I URGENTLY need it to work fully in IE7.

//EDIT: You can see the website here: http://www.test9.ausalive.com/shop (http://www.test9.ausalive.com/shop). Please PM me if you would like admin access to investigate the issue further.


Thanks.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Michael West on August 14, 2009, 08:57:54 am
I changed the following settings in your Vm_categories module that was published in the right column.

It was the JSCook setting that was causing the problems, please change it to your liking, but avoid JSCook.

I wish that the team would fix this issue once and for all, 75 percent of people use IE7.


[attachment cleanup by admin]
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: paul_j on August 14, 2009, 09:05:05 am
Thank you - your help is much appreciated!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: amorino on August 14, 2009, 14:13:02 pm
Hello
To fix the IE crash with JSCOOK menu tray this solution :
* In the file /modules/mod_virtuemart/vm_JSCook.php find the following code somewhere around line 144.

Quote
$menu_htmlcode .= "cmDraw ('div_$varname', $varname, '$menu_orientation', cm$jscookMenu_style, '$jscookMenu_style');";

Replace with :
Quote
$menu_htmlcode .= "window.onload = function(){cmDraw ('div_$varname', $varname, '$menu_orientation', cm$jscookMenu_style, '$jscookMenu_style');}";

I hope that it will help you and thank you Michael

Best regards
Amorino
http://www.idealconception.com
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Michael West on August 14, 2009, 22:17:03 pm
Any chance this fix will be included in the next release of VM? Thank you, we will give this a try.

Code: [Select]
To fix the IE crash with JSCOOK menu tray this solution :
* In the file /modules/mod_virtuemart/vm_JSCook.php find the following code somewhere around line 144.

Code:
$menu_htmlcode .= "cmDraw ('div_$varname', $varname, '$menu_orientation', cm$jscookMenu_style, '$jscookMenu_style');";

Replace with :
Code:
$menu_htmlcode .= "window.onload = function(){cmDraw ('div_$varname', $varname, '$menu_orientation', cm$jscookMenu_style, '$jscookMenu_style');}";

I hope that it will help.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Soeren on August 17, 2009, 10:38:32 am
Hi,
yes - I have incorporated a fix for this problem to VirtueMart 1.1.4 now.

thanks,
Sören
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: analyzatechnologies on August 26, 2009, 14:22:51 pm
Hello,

I replaced all below files with files provided.

And it solved my problem.

Thanks for solution.



Please try the attach fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.

First Unzip than replace the files
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/toolbar.html.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/htmlTools.class.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/menuBar.class.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/classes/ps_config.php
Root/administrator/components/com_virtuemart/html/product.product_form.php

Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/wz_tooltip.js
Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/slimbox/css/slimbox.css
Root/components/com_virtuemart/js/slimbox/js/slimbox.js

Make sure you clear browser cache.

Search tags, Internet Explorer, IE7, ie7, Operation Aborted
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: helping hand on August 26, 2009, 14:43:34 pm
hello
Very Excelent tips.
Thanks fopr sharing yar
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: bobysolo on August 26, 2009, 16:58:15 pm
I also had the operation aborted problem - using Joomla 1.5.14 and VM 1.1.3. I have also installed the following modules / components / plugins:

In the end I found out, that the latter - the module emailcloak_xhtml was causing the operation aborted problem. Reverted back to the built-in email cloaker and the problem went away.

Hope this helpes someone else  ;D

EDIT:
After some more researching I found out that for me the problem was, that I was using emailcloak_xhtml for cloaking email, but I also cloaked an email in the index.php file of my template with this function:
Code: [Select]
<?php $email 'some@email.com'$emcloaked JHTML::_('Email.cloak',$email); echo $emcloaked?>I put the email in the template, because it's always visible and because I couldn't put it in a module, since the plugins do not parse the modules.

I suspect that the problem was because I was calling both cloaking plugins on the same page.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: ericweb on September 06, 2009, 13:14:52 pm
(sorry for my bad English )
joomla 1.5.14 with vm 1.1.3

With ie7 I'm having this 'operation aborted' when clicking on "Wachtwoord/Gebruikersnaam vergeten?" ("Password/Username forgotten?" in Login of mod_virtuemart). works with Firefox no problem at all. Please help. Thanks.


Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Studio 42 on September 12, 2009, 01:58:41 am
This solution is good !!! virtuemart-ie-fix_Unzip_Me.zip
Tks a lot
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: misteurz on September 18, 2009, 15:53:16 pm
hi,
the fix dosent work for me...
i already have taht message :

Message : HTML Parsing Error: Unable to modify the parent container element before the child element is closed (KB927917)
Ligne : 0
Caractère : 0
Code : 0
URI : http://www.mysite.com/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=flypage.tpl&product_id=24&category_id=3&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=53


i have uploaded the files form the post #1 in my root joomla directory... but nothing changed...
please help...
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: kuma on September 18, 2009, 16:41:05 pm
(sorry my english..)

my versions:
  joomla 1.5.14
  VirtueMart_1.1.3-COMPLETE_PACKAGE.j15
    mod virtue installed/using:
      -mod_virtuemart: menu type: Trans_menu
      vm using like catalog, i'm not using any cart sys.
  other mod/scripts:
   shadowbox, gk tools,jquery. etc

my problem: in the vm category view page, getting IE6,IE7 operation aborted error
            and IE8 (KB927917)error..and other UA nothing hap..Sh_t IE's.

my case/steps to fix,and works for me:
 (I was changing and trying much of cases and i'm not shure what're fix me but, now im working great)
 
  (change)
  * virtuemart-ie-fix_Unzip_Me.zip components/com_virtuemart/js/wz_tooltip.js (only)
  (modify)
  * rewrite sources that's contain some <div id="some"></div> (empty box),and
    in these inside put code like <p style="visibility:hidden">bit of text to hide but show in the code</p>. example:

   /components/com_virtuemart/themes/default/templates/common/shopIndex.tpl.php
      <div class="vmRecent">
        <?php echo $recent_products; ?>
        <p style="visibility: hidden;">a</p> //added code
      </div>


  * and in the behavior.php  115~ when using domready change to load, and i'm not using mootools-frontend.js.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Morgaine on September 24, 2009, 18:40:54 pm
Just when I thought it was safe to go back in the VM...

In August I got the dreaded email from client about error message IE7 on the backend doing product updates. Talked her into upgrading to IE8 as I was advised there was no issue with it and back end VM.

I read recently she got a new computer and last night got the dreaded email getting same error message again?????? (she used way more ?'s to make her point)

Stats: She's using IE8 running on Vista
Me: IE8 on XP
Installation: J 1.5.14 VM 1.1.3 stable

I installed Peter's fix but was unable to recreate her issue before so am waiting to find out if the updated files fixed the problem.

I read all 18 pages of this issue but didn't see anyone mentioning a problem with IE8.

Thank God for FireFox and many thanks to you Peter for your hard work on this.

I've had other VM installations that have been dreamboat store fronts but this one has been Nightmare on Elm Street.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7 & IE6) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: barn on September 27, 2009, 03:06:16 am
Hi all,
I had the "Operation Aborted" error in IE6 & IE7 on my virtuemart browsepage & flypage... I tried Peter's fix on page 1 of this post and unfortunately it didn't work for me...  I found out that Internet Explorer doesn't like "domready" and you need to replace it with "load" in ALL of your js files.  BUT, you don't have to manually go through all of your js files... there is an AMAZING component that will do it for you.

I found this post and thought I should share here:

Stop looking through a million .js files and follow these 4 easy steps:

1. Download this awesome component: ReReplacer - search and replace
http://extensions.joomla.org/extensions/edition/replace/4336/details (http://extensions.joomla.org/extensions/edition/replace/4336/details)

2. After installing it, add a new item called something like Domready Replace.

3. In the Search & Replace section: Search - domready  Replace - load

4. In the Search Areas section: Everywhere

Save the item and access your entry form from the frontend. Simple as could be.
The great thing is that if you un-installed the ReReplacer your original files are intact.


This component doesn't permanently change your files... if you delete the item (or uninstall ReReplacer) your files go back to how they were before. 

This worked for me, I hope it helps others here.  (I found this post at: http://www.sigsiu.net/forum/index.php/topic,14995.0.html (http://www.sigsiu.net/forum/index.php/topic,14995.0.html))

M

Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: rian on October 01, 2009, 00:17:11 am
hi guys,
after working my way through the 18 pages, i did not dare to replace the files provided in the first post, i'll keep that as my last resort. but i found something out:
i have a joomla 1.5.14 with vm 1.1.3 and have the problem in ie7 & ie6 after the product is placed in the cart and you click order. then the registration pages shows up where you can enter existing user-data or create new ones. this is what is not functioning always get the operation aborted error in ie6 & ie7.
now i discovered that the error does not show up, when the jce-utilities-plugin is deactivated!!!

i would be happy if you experts find a fix for this, as i am using this plugin heavily across my site.

thank you!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: AngelinaC on October 01, 2009, 01:26:15 am
I get the KB927917 error  with I.E. 8

I have applied the patches (cleared cache) provided in the first post of this thread.  No change.  

vm 1.1.3   




Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: rian on October 01, 2009, 01:46:50 am
now i am really LOST! as i wrote before, i disabled jce utilities and now the pages gets displayed, but i can not enter text in the registration form with ie 6 and 7!!!! PLEASE help me, i am really desperate! activating jce utilities doesnt change anything
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: rian on October 01, 2009, 08:33:58 am
hi again,
now i applied the files from the first post and it seems to works with jce utilities activated. the problem, that i cant enter any text in the form fields with ie6 and ie7 persists. but i discovered, that i cant enter text on any website not even google!!!! so i dont know if the problem is fixed and the trouble is only locally or not. could anybody please test with ie7 or ie6?

go to www.bauer-jelinek.at/shopvm add a book to the cart an click on "zur bestellung"

if you see the page with the user account-creation and can enter data without problems, please tell me!!!


thank you very much!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on October 01, 2009, 08:55:28 am
I can type tried ff and ie8
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: rian on October 01, 2009, 09:01:13 am
thank you but i know, that ff and ie8 work! the problem is ie7 and ie6. and i have to find a machine that has those browers natively installed, because once you install ie8 all the browser-test-tools don`t work anymore!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: AngelinaC on October 05, 2009, 21:37:27 pm
I rebuilt my site over the weekend.  I think possibly due to trying--who knows how many products--for virtuemart and joomla over the course of my project, and never getting rid of some things that were "not quite ready for prime time", once I started from scratch and tested as I went - AND applied the first post fixes, finally -

no more i.e. 7 errors!   Thank you for your great software!


In accordance with many suppliers of these softwares that have announced to cease support for i.e. 6 in December - I plan too as well, though I don't suppose this will hit the fan until December.  


As I enjoy tilting at windmills, I will make the following rhetorical statement without any hesitation:  The only sites that anyone should create compatible with internet explorer are sites which announce to visitors they need to dump that browser.  It seems like we have the power to slay that monster, no?
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: djlongy on October 08, 2009, 16:05:30 pm
I get the KB927917 error  with I.E. 8

I have applied the patches (cleared cache) provided in the first post of this thread.  No change. 

vm 1.1.3   


Same here (even with 1.1.2). Only difference is that it's a problem only on a particular template.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: AngelinaC on October 09, 2009, 08:57:01 am
I get the KB927917 error  with I.E. 8

I have applied the patches (cleared cache) provided in the first post of this thread.  No change.  

vm 1.1.3  


Same here (even with 1.1.2). Only difference is that it's a problem only on a particular template.




Did you see my next post?   I had issues with several templates and mods I'd installed, so in a last ditch attempt to capture my sanity, I just built the whole thing over - and the issues were resolved.   (other than some major ugly menu with the default vm category menu in i.e. 7 - but not operation abort error - just ugliness - but no one has answered my post on that)


But overall - getting rid of some things I wasn't using cleaned up the site - and got rid of the error after all.


If you are only having probs on one template - then you probably need to contact the maker and check their forums, there might be a fix for you.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Shjuan85 on October 19, 2009, 19:01:41 pm
Hello all, I have a frontend operation aborted problem.

I removed my google friend connect feature and everything seems to work from there. Hope this helps. I suspect this got to do with javascript problems.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: scawa1952 on October 23, 2009, 11:04:24 am
@angelaC

Quote
As I enjoy tilting at windmills, I will make the following rhetorical statement without any hesitation:  The only sites that anyone should create compatible with internet explorer are sites which announce to visitors they need to dump that browser.  It seems like we have the power to slay that monster, no?

I hate IE as much as anyone and I develop web sites FIRST for Fire Fox (I develop on Mac and use a Windoz VM on it to access IE), because the debug tool are so great.   But to ignore the fact that 60% to 70% of the U.S. uses IE is worse than tilting at windmills.

I have fought the problem of IE's terrible adherence to standards for CSS and it's terrible interpretation of JavaScript/DOM interface for years.  If I write JavaScript, I test on ALL browsers.  I guess the developers of Virtuemart didn't.

As I posted in a Separate thread (this one is Way too long)...  HAVE THEY COME UP WITH A CORRECTION to this?  Is is fixed in 1.1.4?  And what can I expect if I have MULTIPLE Virtuemart sites out there.   Where do I apply the patch.... to all the sites or is there a "central install" to patch my VM installation BEFORE I set it up on another site?
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: pravi0002000 on November 12, 2009, 10:12:36 am
I used this patch :

But still getting that 'aborted' message while clicking product on scroll and featured product section

My url is: www.femmeenrouge.com

Please help.. Site is live..need urgent help from anybody
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: aravot on November 12, 2009, 18:36:43 pm
Checked your site works for me, and this only applies to 1.1.3, new version 1.1.4 is out, I suggest you upgrade but BACKUP first.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: al_foto on November 21, 2009, 13:07:12 pm
Fix on page 1 seams to work for me.  :)
Jommla 1.5.10 and VM 1.1.3

Thanks so much
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: jolmeda on November 27, 2009, 17:23:38 pm
After applied the fixes from Peter (Aravot) I tried this and it works:
Quote
After spending several hours on the net searching and debugging my site I finally solved the problem regarding the "operation aborted" issue in IE7. (IE crashed immediately after hitting my frontpage). Turned out I was looking too much into Virtuemart modules, not the core Joomla modules.

I stumbled upon a post on the Joomla forum describing an issue with "domready. Load" which is implemented into the core mod_mainmenu module. The following solved my problem:

Change the following file: /libraries/joomla/html/html/behavior.php

~line 108
$tooltipInit = ' window.addEvent(\'domready\', function(){ var JTooltips = new Tips($$(\''.$selector.'\'), '.$options.'); });';
to
$tooltipInit = ' window.addEvent(\'load\', function(){ var JTooltips = new Tips($$(\''.$selector.'\'), '.$options.'); });';

Alternatively they do describe some other possibilities utilising Moo 1.2.1. for the frontend, leaving Joomla backend on 1.1.1. I enclosed the link of the thread below for everybody who is interested.  

http://forum.joomla.org/viewtopic.php?f=231&t=310784

Hope this helps some of you as well.
Thanks mate

Korb this fixed the issue in a computer using IE8 and running on windows XP, on another computer using IE7 with Windows Vista, still getting the error.

This is the error displayed on IE8 on XP.

Code: [Select]
Webpage error details

User Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; .NET CLR 3.0.4506.2152; .NET CLR 3.5.30729)
Timestamp: Fri, 27 Nov 2009 16:54:39 UTC


Message: HTML Parsing Error: Unable to modify the parent container element before the child element is closed (KB927917)
Line: 0
Char: 0
Code: 0
URI: http://www.*****.com/index.php?option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=64&offset=300
We are running on VirtueMart1.1.3 and Joomla 1.5.14.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: jolmeda on November 27, 2009, 18:11:42 pm
People i'm proud to announce that after upgrading our Joomla installation to 1.5.15 and changing in the Admin Global Configuration / System / Enable Web Services to YES, the problem was completely erradicated from both IE8 on XP and IE7 on Vista.

Under the server tab GZIP is set to NO, and Error Reporting to simple.

EVERYTHING seems to be working, no Operation Aborted anymore, at least for now.

Hope this help you guys!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: twilite25 on December 07, 2009, 20:56:46 pm
The attached files fixed the error message I received in IE8 when I tried to view a product page. I am using Virtuemart 1.1.3 and Joomla 1.5.14.

The error does still appear when I log into the virtuemart login module from the home page, but I guess this fix does not apply to that issue.

thanks for the files! :)
Title: Fix for Internet Explorer IE7 Operation Aborted issue
Post by: Brienly09 on December 13, 2009, 09:07:12 am
Is it possible the security issue is with TomCat the webserver sevice, and not pNet?  In that case possibly you can look into using the latest version of TomCat, or see the TomCat site for this security issue?
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Pixell on December 14, 2009, 15:23:53 pm
Thanks aravot for the fix... seemed to work for me.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: dheep on February 20, 2010, 12:53:53 pm
I am using vituemart 1.1.4, joomla 1.5.9! But my site does not opens in IE6. It shows operation aborted. Back-end of shop is working excellent. This is driving me nuts. I have tried all kind of procedures described by fellow users in this forum.

Please help me out.

P.S. SOLVED IT.. IT WAS ROKBOX PLUGIN!! DISABLED IT!! EVERYTHING WENT FINE!!
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: yaktakonva on August 04, 2010, 09:17:13 am
Hi, I'm also having the same issue of internet explorer 7 crashing when trying most things in virtuemart. Started when trying to edit the products but now it also crashes when going to the store admin page. All happened after recently upgrading to Joomla 1.5.9 and VM 1.1.3. Any help would be very much appreciated. Thanks.
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: dorian on August 11, 2010, 22:28:15 pm
I always use IE7 and it never crashed. But some time it is do not want to unload when i close IE7.
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Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: raajasek on August 14, 2010, 12:52:43 pm
i have changed url setting in virtuemart configuration file but still i have facing file put contents error and i am unable to upload images for my new products ,no problem in product creation and changes in edit store
Title: Re: Fix for Internet Explorer (IE7) Operation Aborted issue.
Post by: Stefanos on December 28, 2010, 16:07:15 pm
sorry to ask, but why don't you just use firefox ?

Another question, is there 1 reason to think of IE7 and an online cart backend login ? you find it secure by the way ?

cheers