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About this Topic Started 6 years ago by artpar This topic has 2 posts 2 posters Latest reply from thesacredpath This topic is not resolved RSS feed for this topic Tags not well formed' I haven't been able to find any more diagnostic information. At a minimum I want to be able reproduce the problem. Already have an account?

Try to refresh the blog again from MarsEdit.5. currently half of it is being escaped giving us

which of course is still invalid. not well formed Please Help Me.... shashikiran September 2009 @Daniel, @ taphagreg:Thanks to both of you.I just installed the WP-Memory-Usage plugin, but I seem to be safe.

"-32700: Parse Error. Not Well Formed"

But the xmlrpc.inc is not firing the watchdog calls before it returns a false. Need a json-rpc plugin Error in android app. There is a problem in the 157 string (Class IXR_Message, function parse, string 2).

not well formed Network message sent: 2009-09-22 11:13:26 +0200URL: http://www.carl-auer.de/aktuelles/xmlrpc.phpMethod name: mt.getPostCategoriesNetwork reply received: 2009-09-22 11:13:26 +0200URL: http://www.carl-auer.de/aktuelles/xmlrpc.phpMethod name: mt.getPostCategoriesStatus code: 200Succeeded: NO--Fault Error--Fault code: -32700Fault string: parse error. I've founded and fixed this bug on the WP 2.6 - 2.6.2 on PHP 5.2.6 (Linuks) and 5.2.4 (Windows). Hard to know how to track it down, as there are various components of the system all installed separately (emacs-snapshot 20120728; xml-rpc.el 1.6.8, from emacswiki; Org-mode version 7.8.11/ release_7.8.11-215-gf4148c; org2blog as This also seems to be host specific as I don't get the same problems on hosts other than http://www.one.com (which I need to use in this case).

Thanks,Jerome Average of ratings: - Permalink | Show parent | ReplyRe: XMLRPC Parser Error getting Contents or ParticipantsChris GibsonMonday, 23 January 2012, 7:03 PMAs requested Jerome : http://tracker.moodle.org/browse/MOBILE-143Average of ratings: Useful (1) Parse Error Not Well Formed Wordpress not well formed" when trying to upload videos. It's not clear to me how the files are getting modified in the first place. The errors occur more often with 3.2.1 than 3.2.

im using org-mode 7.8.11-1 from debian's packages org2blog owner punchagan commented Aug 17, 2012 Unless, org-export-as-html has changed, or the wordpress XML-RPC API has changed, this shouldn't be the problem. not well formed Network message sent: 2009-09-22 11:13:23 +0200URL: http://www.carl-auer.de/aktuelles/xmlrpc.phpMethod name: mt.getPostCategoriesNetwork reply received: 2009-09-22 11:13:23 +0200URL: http://www.carl-auer.de/aktuelles/xmlrpc.phpMethod name: mt.getPostCategoriesStatus code: 200Succeeded: NO--Fault Error--Fault code: -32700Fault string: parse error. From what I can see, the error result comes from a pretty specific failure and false result from xmlrpc_message_parse(). At end of it seemed the problem was due to wrong character encoding, I needed to Pass UTF8 but the content was being passed in some other char encoding (windows one)

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Q2A version: 1.7 xml-rpc Please log in or register to add a comment. What's the version of WordPress you are using? … On Tue, Jul 24, 2012 at 12:35 PM, Avdi Grimm ***@***.***> wrote: I've been happily using org2blog for quite a while, but "-32700: Parse Error. Not Well Formed" org2blog collaborator titaniumbones commented Aug 17, 2012 On Fri 17 Aug 2012 04:55:57 PM EDT, Puneeth Chaganti wrote: Unless, org-export-as-html has changed, or the wordpress XML-RPC API has changed, this shouldn't Xml Rpc Attack Check out our Support site, then WordPress.com Forums » Support XMLRPC Error :: 32700:parse error.

Please help, Regards Rinku Log in or register to post comments same here broncomania commented September 7, 2010 at 10:54am same here Log in or register to post comments My 2cents: something needs to be fixed with the org2html function. Request not well formed. Copying and pasting from ME to WP isn't the best workflow.

Do I need to upgrade my WordPress install? org2blog rev: 006a2c9 Emacs version: 24.1.50.1 Org-Mode version: 7.8.11 Thanks! --- Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub: #89 avdi commented Jul 24, 2012 I'm running 3.4.1 org2blog There is a topics where this problem is discussed. ​http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=40961&thanks=6 ​http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=41580 I've founded a solution to fix that. But since I don't understand xml-rpc very well it's hard for me to say much more...

not well formed Network message sent: 2009-09-22 11:13:20 +0200URL: http://www.carl-auer.de/aktuelles/xmlrpc.phpMethod name: mt.getPostCategoriesNetwork reply received: 2009-09-22 11:13:20 +0200URL: http://www.carl-auer.de/aktuelles/xmlrpc.phpMethod name: mt.supportedTextFiltersStatus code: 200Succeeded: NO--Fault Error--Fault code: -32700Fault string: parse error. According to MS, the logfile says it’s not WLW fault but WP fault. if I uninstall it?

not well formedRequest text: mt.supportedTextFilters Response text: faultCode -32700 faultString parse error.

I'm glad your problem is solved. whateverblog. Do I need to get the latest Emacs snapshot for a fix? share|improve this answer answered Feb 3 '15 at 15:35 Edward Radulescu 31034 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote To anyone else having this problem, it might also relate to

I'm still not sure what broke everything initially but you might as well try changing it and trying again and see if that works for you. It has been this way, ever since org-mode was written... Depalindromize this string! I can log in to my blog, but when I try one of the post functions I get this error: XML-RPC fault `parse error.

not well formedRequest text: mt.getPostCategories 36 sruthfield [password] Comments Daniel Jalkut May 2008 My first thought is that if it showed up only after you updated WordPress, it's likely not well formedRequest text: mt.getPostCategories 403 carl [password] Response text: faultCode -32700 faultString parse error. Request not well formed. I do know that WordPress 3.4 brought major changes to the XML-RPC API (additions, mostly, as far as I know), but I imagine you know more about that than I do.

the fix i submitted here only covers that one tag, and there are many other ones possible. it looks like the < p > < / p > is not being escaped properly. metaWeblog.newPost 1 mog not well formed Network reply received: 2009-09-22 11:13:20 +0200URL: http://www.carl-auer.de/aktuelles/xmlrpc.phpMethod name: mt.getCategoryListStatus code: 200Succeeded: NO--Fault Error--Fault code: -32700Fault string: parse error. The server site is seeing the request according to the Apache logs.

mogorman commented Aug 14, 2012 Below is the xml blob its trying to send from a normal post. not well formedRequest text: mt.getPostCategories 391 carl [password] Response text: faultCode -32700 faultString parse error. If you are trying to create your own somehow, then you are going to have to research the XMLRPC API over at http://wordpress.ORG/support/ . punchagan closed this Aug 25, 2012 superlee referenced this issue Oct 14, 2012 Closed XML-RPC fault 'xml-debug-print-internal: Invalid XML tree' #92 Sign up for free to join this conversation on

http://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/emacs.git/commit/?id=298d3589eb1d9c68bcdfecc2e836a5bbeebb9ca8 avdi commented Aug 24, 2012 So where are we at with this? not well formed Network message sent: 2009-09-22 11:13:26 +0200URL: http://www.carl-auer.de/aktuelles/xmlrpc.phpMethod name: mt.getPostCategoriesNetwork reply received: 2009-09-22 11:13:29 +0200URL: http://www.carl-auer.de/aktuelles/xmlrpc.phpMethod name: mt.getPostCategoriesStatus code: 200Succeeded: NO--Fault Error--Fault code: -32700Fault string: parse error. Every day without Mars Edit is a day I contemplate splashing my brains across the Macbook keyboard. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed

Thanks for your help. Please log in or register to answer this question. I just assumed the out-of-memory errors from the server had to do with the total length of the request. Spacing for unusual brackets Confused by use of自分 here Why does "subject + kredas + accusative + adjective" make sense?

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