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  • 500 Internal Server Error

    For some reason can no longer login to my application. Getting

    500 Internal Server Error

    "Script Error
    Error:Invalid component format: Login"

    any clues? I had not touched my login component, nor the launch page. I had just updated to latest build.

  • #2
    Re: 500 Internal Server Error

    No ideas, but:

    You can revert back to a previous build here:

    http://downloads.alphasoftware.com/a...nate/index.htm

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    • #3
      Re: 500 Internal Server Error

      Have you searched (Internal Server Error) and found the other threads, especially the one concerning the windows update problem?
      There can be only one.

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      • #4
        Re: 500 Internal Server Error

        Originally posted by bjacobson View Post
        For some reason can no longer login to my application. Getting

        500 Internal Server Error

        "Script Error
        Error:Invalid component format: Login"

        any clues? I had not touched my login component, nor the launch page. I had just updated to latest build.

        I recently got the same error. I was running the V10 App server
        at the time. I Checked the box to run in V9 compatibility mode on 1st tab of the server, restarted the server and all is fine now.

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        • #5
          Re: 500 Internal Server Error

          I'm having the same problem as of noon today, rebuilt the login page and the login component, the v9 compatibility box is checked on the server... I'm rrunning v10 Build 2625-3509.?????
          bob.corwin@gmail.com
          Los Angeles, CA
          cell/home 323-663-4735

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          • #6
            Re: 500 Internal Server Error

            I checked with the latest build published completly no-error.
            Did you check the errorlog ?

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            • #7
              Re: 500 Internal Server Error

              Server is being managed off site for me..I logged onto to check the version and it's 2562-3504 .. (With v9 compatibility mode on or off I'm still stuck. ( I put in a request to have the host update the AS to the latest greatest 2625-3509)
              bob.corwin@gmail.com
              Los Angeles, CA
              cell/home 323-663-4735

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              • #8
                Re: 500 Internal Server Error

                I had the same problem Friday night. I rebuilt my login component and upload it and new Security Rules. It works fine know.


                Cheers
                Nick

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                • #9
                  Re: 500 Internal Server Error

                  Well, I'm the culprit... in my ignorance I downloaded some files off the server and put them into my local directory. THIS IS A "NO NO".... What I didn't realize is that when you hit that publish button there is some processing that takes place for the files to run on the server, altering all those pages and components in such a way that they will not work locally. In essence I trashed my application. Par for the course, this is how I learn everything, I have to blow things up a few times til I get it right. So no bugs here, just a screwball at this end.
                  bob.corwin@gmail.com
                  Los Angeles, CA
                  cell/home 323-663-4735

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                  • #10
                    Re: 500 Internal Server Error

                    Turns out the problem was upgrading my client to the latest build, but not upgrading the server. When i installed the latest point release on the server, the problem went away.

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                    • #11
                      Re: 500 Internal Server Error

                      Turns out all I had to do was to have made sure my Host Server account had the latest patch up-dates, once those were installed my app was back up and running. That is.. after I remembered that I had a week old backup of the working directory on my laptop. Yes, I did indeed "toast" all the files when I downloaded them from the server, but once I published all the backups and Server was updated to the latest greatest I'm back in biz... what a comedy of errors....(hope someone as new as me is spared the pain of having to learn all this the hard way)
                      bob.corwin@gmail.com
                      Los Angeles, CA
                      cell/home 323-663-4735

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                      • #12
                        Re: 500 Internal Server Error

                        I had the same issue with the latest patch and could not login to my website, even though I did not re-publish any login related files. I reverted back to a previous October upgrade and re-published some files and was able to log in.

                        Mike

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                        • #13
                          Re: 500 Internal Server Error

                          Anyone run into this problem recently and solve it?

                          I'm getting:

                          500 Internal Server Error
                          "Script Error
                          Error:Invalid component format: Dlg_Signin_Random"


                          This is a dialog component.

                          Updated desktop and web server to the current/latest version 2659-3515.

                          Works fine on localhost.
                          -Steve
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                          • #14
                            Re: 500 Internal Server Error

                            bump

                            anyone?
                            -Steve
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                            • #15
                              Re: 500 Internal Server Error

                              Steve I'm having the same type of problem works fine local but not on the server. Work fine the other day. My error is different
                              500 Internal Server Error
                              "Script Error
                              Error:Script: /doitpage.a5w line:60
                              tbl.summarize()
                              The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process.
                              C:\a5v10\data\sumWeightbyPeriod.DBF"

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