Codi d'error: 500

couchoud shared this problem 1 week ago
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Sóc Juan Manuel Couchoud amb l’usuari “couchoud”

Tinc en la web un applet que no funciona, cada vegada que intente entrar per a carregar una actualització obtinc un error

“Error del servidor intern. Ho sentim, sembla que tenim problemes amb el servidor! Estem treballant per tornar a la normalitat el més aviat possible! Codi d'error: 500”

L'applet que no funciona s'anomena "Ascensor. Funcions definides per parts" https://www.geogebra.org/m/rzvjBukS

Podeu eliminar l'applet?

La nova versió s'anomena "Modelització del moviment d'un ascensor amb funcions definides per parts." https://www.geogebra.org/m/gfae8j5y (No elimineu la nova versió).

Moltes gràcies.

Juanma

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I have no problem accessing your first version.

The second one looks very slow on upload.

Maybe it was a temporary glitch. Are you still having the same problem accessing your file?

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Hello

It’s impossible for me to enter to edit the first version of the app (error 500).

It seems strange that a 25 kB app has a large loading time. But the problem is in the excessive time between the push of an elevator button and the beginning of the movement (named "T").

The first version was made when GeoGebra was operating with JAVA and "T" was virtually insignificant, both in GeoGebra and GeoGebraTube. Currently in a GeoGebra local the timeout is "T = 15s" and does not work properly on the web. This version has a significant part programmed in JAVASCRIPT.

The current version has a local GeoGebra timeout on "T = 1s" and on the web "T = 5s". The new version does not use JAVASCRIPT

For these reasons I ask you to erase the old version of the app.

Thank you for your attention,

Juanma

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I am currently not getting an Error 500 on your "not working" app, but a warning from the browser that your app is slowing down the browsing process.

Anyway, you should be able to delete your applet. Go to the Details page and delete it :)

https://www.geogebra.org/ma...

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Thank you for your help,

Juanma

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