Support » Plugin: WP CSV » Error: Undefined reported from webserver

  • This error was just reported near the end of a sizable export:

    The following error was generated by your server:

    undefined

    function () { if ( list ) { // First, we save the current length var start = list.length; (function add( args ) { jQuery.each( args, function( _, arg ) { var type = jQuery.type( arg ); if ( type === “function” ) { if ( !options.unique || !self.has( arg ) ) { list.push( arg ); } } else if ( arg && arg.length && type !== “string” ) { // Inspect recursively add( arg ); } }); })( arguments ); // Do we need to add the callbacks to the // current firing batch? if ( firing ) { firingLength = list.length; // With memory, if we’re not firing then // we should call right away } else if ( memory ) { firingStart = start; fire( memory ); } } return this; }

    I was trying to export two types of posts that had many entries. I’m now trying each separately, but the page told me to report this.

    EDIT: The initial attempt to export the smaller post type immediately came back with this error, though another attempt after waiting a bit succeeded.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-csv/

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  • Plugin Author CPK Web Solutions

    (@cpkwebsolutions)

    Hi majorredbeard

    Thanks for reporting the error.

    That code block is actually not from WP CSV. When it’s been reported previously, the only way I’ve been able to reproduce the error is to stop Apache in the middle of import/export. With the last person who reported this, I found that Apache was running out of memory and crashing dozens of times a day.

    Best wishes

    Paul

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