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From Robert Koberg <>
Subject Re: 405 Method Not Allowed
Date Sat, 10 Jan 2009 18:37:48 GMT
You could use the firebug beta to hack (or just find out what the  
error is):


On Jan 10, 2009, at 1:32 PM, Jeff Hinrichs - DM&T wrote:

>> There's a chance it could be related to old JavaScript code being
>> loaded in your browser cache. To be on the safest side, can you clear
>> your browser cache, svn up and rerun the
>> ./bootstrap && ./configure && make
>> step to be certain that no artifacts from the old code are around?
>> Here is some more information:
>> From with in futon, it is the select view dropdown that does not  
>> appear to
> be working correctly.  I have flushed caches and private data in a  
> number of
> browsers with no change.  However, if I manually modify the futon  
> url to
> http://localhost:5984/_utils/database.html?delasco-tests/_design/tags/all
> The view shows up, the query edit area and save as block are there,  
> but the
> select view widget still shows "All Documents" and is unresponsive  
> to any
> change. It as if the dropdown is not generating an event that  
> modifies the
> url for futon.   The select view widget appears to be the only widget
> displaying this problem.  I've clicked on all of the other widgets  
> and have
> the log level set to debug and can see them generating requests.
> This is good news, since I can now hack in futon again even if I  
> have to
> manually edit the url to get where I want.
> Other stuff:
> Ubuntu 8.04
> couchdb installed from svn without warning.
> I have the Flex Builder for Linux 3alpha installed on this machine
> flashplayer (I didn't install the 9.x debug that came with  
> Flex
> Builder)
> I have an 8.10 box I am installing couchdb on -- I'm just getting the
> pre-reqs set up now.  I'll email after I finish the installation on  
> that
> box.
> Regards,
> Jeff

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