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BuddyPress AJAX Stops working with Gravity enabled

  1. Hi guys: I've read all the buddypress related posts, but none of them seem to apply to my specific situation. Basically, when I enable Gravity Forms, all of BuddyPress's AJAX stops working and I'm instantly logged out of the site.

    I've been digging around on the problem for days not realizing it was related to Gravity Forms. I have no forms on BuddyPress pages. I have no need of any GravityForms functionality on BuddyPress pages. Simply having it activated is enough to cause the problem(s).

    Once Gravity is enabled, I can not:

    • Delete a status update
    • Send a PM
    • Post a comment
    • Post a status update...

    You get the idea.

    I ready the recommendation for increasing the PHP memory limit, but I don't think that's the problem as our php limit is pretty high as it is. Also note that I couldn't get to the details you guys linked to in that comment as the link is dead. :-(

    I also wanted to point out an article (I'm sure you already know all about it), but just in case:
    It highlights changes in BuddyPress AJAX calls.

    I'm running wp3.4.1, pb1.6.1. Deactivating Gravity is the only solution I've found that works. Might you have a better one? :-)

    Note: As seems to be the standard for BP sites, ours is also not public at the moment.

    Posted 11 years ago on Friday August 31, 2012 | Permalink
  2. This seems to be a problem specific to your setup as we have several users running both plugins without a problem. I would be glad to help you troubleshoot this, but I would need to take a closer look at your site. If you could setup a public site that has the same issue, please send me a WP admin login to and I will troubleshoot the issue.

    Posted 11 years ago on Monday September 10, 2012 | Permalink
  3. Two problems. The first is that the site isn't public yet. The second is that i forgot I posted this and it wasn't you. LOL! As it turns out our AJAX issues were the result of a combination of session failures due to SSL, and PHP errors cause by some other stupidity.

    We have several people working on this project at the same time and I just wasn't aware that other changes were being made at the same time. So sorry to bug you guys unnecessarily.

    Thanx for getting back to me though.

    "This has been a test..."

    Posted 11 years ago on Monday September 10, 2012 | Permalink
  4. All right John. Thanks for the info.
    I am glad you were able to figure it out.

    Posted 11 years ago on Monday September 10, 2012 | Permalink

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