That appears to indicate that the URL for the autoload script cannot be loaded. That could be either because:
* the request reached the bokeh server, but the bokeh server decided to reject it
* the request never reached the bokeh server at all
If it is the former, there will be some kind of error message in the Bokeh server log stating why it rejected the request. If there is nothing in the Bokeh server logs, then it is some network configuration issue, preventing the request from reaching the server at all. In that case I can't really speculate further, however.
On Sep 11, 2018, at 08:19, peng wang <[email protected]> wrote:
My bokeh server is embedded, the same code can be run on IIS 7 but not on IIS 10. the error appears on IIS 10 is posted below.
Could someone give me a clue what that means? I have no idea that issue is from my code or associated with server configuration.
Thanks a lot
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