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  • 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; }

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

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  • Have you tried to desactivate other plugins?

    Same error.
    WP Version 4.6.1
    WP CSV Version 1.8.0.0
    WordPress Importer Version 0.6.3
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    WP CSV

    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; }

    {“position”:101,”percentagecomplete”:2,”errors”:””}

    Plugin Author CPK Web Solutions

    (@cpkwebsolutions)

    Hi Evilex/lingomedia

    I’ve investigated this a few times and the cause has always been an unexpected closure of the server connection. The javascript above is not from my plugin. It may be from jQuery, but I’ve never tried to track it down.

    The cause is likely something like an overloaded server with processes being kill off, or a timeout being hit outside of PHP (ie nginx). I’ve only ever been able to reproduce this by starting a big import/export and then killing apache. Worthwhile checking your server logs if you can.

    Best wishes

    Paul

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