Support » Plugin: WPSiteSync for Content » ‘Target system did not respond with success code.’ when pushing good posts.

  • nk247

    (@amankapoor-1)


    Hello dear authors,

    Your plugin solves a really good problem but I would like to inform you that it is not working as intended.

    I am trying to figure out to get your plugin work smoothly between my staging and live site and I am interested in continuing with such a service like yours because my requirements need that. But there are problems when pushing a fully fledged post to the live site.

    I have played with your plugin and let me describe you the working and non-working scenarios.

    Scenario 1 (Works) –

    A contributor submits a post at my staging site. He submits a title, subtitle, content and category. The content is all text and no images. This is pushed as soon as an editor hits the Push button without any errors.

    Scenario 2 (Doesn’t Work) –

    A contributor submits a post at my staging site. He submits a title, subtitle, content and category. The content is a complete post with headings, subheadings, images etc. This is NOT PUSHED when an editor hits the Push button and gives the following error – ‘Target system did not respond with success code.’.

    Sometimes I see a partial post with no images at the live site and sometimes it won’t reach the live site.

    Can you please look into the problem and resolve this issue. Your plugin is awesome and I am interested in continuing with your solution in future because my business needs it. I am also interested in getting your Authors extension because once this thing works, I will need it as I have many contributors on my staging website posting their articles and I can’t take the pain of manually allocating the pushed post to correct author on my live website. But before all this happens, I request you to look into the matter and resolve this issue for me as soon as possible.

    If you want, you can connect with me directly over email and we can resolve these issues. I am open to give you some inside details to get this thing right.

    NB: I have WP 4.6.1 and version 1.2.2 of WPSiteSync.

    Edit- I read in one of the threads (https://wordpress.org/support/topic/no-image-transfered/) that you want the log file.

    So I did the same and here are the contents of the log file generated by WP inside the plugin folder.

    2016-10-27 00:20:14 – SyncApiModel::render() api=”
    2016-10-27 00:20:29 – SyncApiModel::render() api=”

    Please have a look.

    • This topic was modified 4 years, 6 months ago by nk247.
    • This topic was modified 4 years, 6 months ago by nk247. Reason: Adding logs
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  • Plugin Author ServerPress

    (@serverpress)

    Hi nk247,

    Thanks for the kind words. Now let’s see if we can get this working for you.

    The message “Target system did not respond with success code” happens when the Target site replies with an HTTP code that indicates an error. Something like a 500 error on the Target server. This can be caused by many things.

    Can you access the Apache error logs on the Target site? The error log should be reporting some information that will be useful in tracking this down. If not, adding WordPress error logging on the Target could help. You can add or update the following in your wp-config.php file:

    define( ‘WP_DEBUG’, true );
    define( ‘WP_DEBUG_LOG’, true );

    Then, try Pushing the content with images to the Target. You should see some error messages in the wp-content/debug.log file on the Target. If you can send us the debug.log and the wp-content/plugins/wpsitesynccontent/~log.txt file from the Target site via our support form at https://serverpress.com/contact/ we can take a look at those. Also, please include your .org forum name, “nk247”, so we know what it’s referring to.

    Once we get that, we’ll be happy to take a look and help you resolve the issue.

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