Have you looked at what is being posted to the server? Are you getting headers?
Nothing is posted to the server. Chrome do nothing with that!
So, what should I do? Should I send the parameters as a query string, by appending to the url? (This is working).
Or, should I tell my clients to don't use Chrome?
Joined: Nov 12, 2008
In addition to that,
When I attempt to send the ajax post request with those headers, the ajax url is displayed on the address bar
But it doesn't do anything!
Joined: Nov 08, 2001
Post a bug to http://code.google.com/p/chromium/ with the details and some sample code. I looked and did not see an error like yours. Send that bug report to the client and say to not use chrome until they fix the bug.
You can offer them up a less secure way with the GET, but I would do that as a last resort.
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