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  • p.s. I use Windows7.

    Plugin Author blogger323

    (@blogger323)

    Hi BarbaraAS,

    Thanks for using.

    Does any other Ajax function (e.g. deleting a single revision on the Edit Post screen) work fine?

    If you can use development tools in your browser, please check the server response. Even if you don’t know what it is, you can use it ­čÖé

    1. Run Chrome and open the TOR settings page.
    2. Choose ‘Tools’ – ‘Developer Tools’ in the Chrome menu. The Developer Tools window will appear.
    3. In Developer Tools, open Network tab. Then press Remove NOW.
    4. Check Response of admin-ajax.php.

    Thanks!

    Plugin Author blogger323

    (@blogger323)

    Oh, you meant deleting a single revision on the Edit Post screen always failed. I see.

    Please check the server response.

    Thank you for responding.

    I tried what you suggested and this is what I see in the Developer Tools/Network…

    Method:Get, Status:(failed) net::ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED

    Does this have something to do with permissions? Should I be using MySQL or Toad for MySQL to fix this and if so what do I need to look for? Thanks.

    Plugin Author blogger323

    (@blogger323)

    It seems that it’s prohibited to access admin-ajax.php in your server. What happens when you try to access http://yourserver/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php with your browser. In the normal environment, it would show just a ‘0’.

    It is not related with the databases. It would be the configuration of the http server, I think.

    I got the same issue. And it show a ‘0’ while access http://yourserver/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php.

    Maybe it is related with http server. My website is on Godaddy windows hosting.

    Plugin Author blogger323

    (@blogger323)

    Viioir,

    Showing ‘0’ is a good sign. It seems different from BarbaraAS’s case.

    Could you check the response from your server by ‘Developer Tools’ I explained in the first post?

    Chrome Developer Tools
    Click “Delete” button of TOR
    NamePath´╝Ü
    admin-ajax.php?action=hm_tor_do_ajax_start_delete_old_revisions&days=90&security=fec5a94932
    Method´╝Ü
    GET (failed)
    Status:
    net::ERR_INSECURE_RESPONSE

    There isn’t any Response for this Request URL.

    Plugin Author blogger323

    (@blogger323)

    From the response you gave, I assume that you are using HTTPS without having a valid certificate in your certificate store, isn’t it? If you get certificate warnings when you browse your site, it’s true.

    This will be fixed by installing your server certificate in your certificate store on the client.

    Plugin Author blogger323

    (@blogger323)

    Or the host name you entered in the browser might not match the one in your certificate. Anyway, it seems related to SSL certificates.

    blogger323,

    No, it isn’t. HTTPS isn’t my case.

    TOR was incompatible on my windows hosting of GoDadday from WordPress 3.9 to 4.0. I bulit a WordPress Applicant for test. You can login and find out what is the cause.
    http://www.viioir.org/test/
    User:tor
    Password:tortest

    Please change the password as soon as possible after you login.

    Plugin Author blogger323

    (@blogger323)

    Viioir,

    Thanks for preparing the site. I’ll check the issue.

    Plugin Author blogger323

    (@blogger323)

    After the investigation, I found that I had to adjust TOR for IIS environments. In short, TOR were trying to use HTTPS in the HTTP environment.

    I’ve fixed TOR and will release it as version 1.7.2, soon. Check it, please.

    Thanks again for preparing the test environment, Viioir. And I hope this fix also helps BarbaraAS’s case.

    blogger323,

    You are welcome.
    TOR is an marvelous plugin for WordPress. As we know, it can operate each revision and tick a memo to it. You did a great thing.

    I look forward to TOR 1.7.2. You can use the dedicated WordPress Application as you want, till the issue is fixed.

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