Unresponsive Sliders

I am getting a response in the javascript console but, errors. I embeeded the chart using:
session = push_session(document=curdoc(),app_path=’/graph’)the_script = autoload_server(model= None,session_id=session.id, app_path=’/graph’)

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then throwing the_script into my html.

any clue as to why the sliders are not making changes to the graph? when just showing the graph with the --show command, the sliders work fine.

Unfortunately it's going to be difficult or impossible to say anything definitive without a reproducible test case to investigate. Code 1006 is an "abnormal close", I've not encountered it so it would definitely require real investigation on a running example to attempt to diagnose.

Offhand, if you are proxying through something like nginx, etc. then make sure websocket proxying is enabled.

Otherwise, I can only say that others have also iframed Bokeh apps into larger web apps successfully, and this might be a simpler configuration.

Thanks,

Bryan

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On Aug 29, 2016, at 12:48 PM, Robbie Pritchard <[email protected]> wrote:

I am getting a response in the javascript console but, errors. I embeeded the chart using:
session = push_session(document=curdoc(),app_path='/graph')the_script = autoload_server(model= None,session_id=session.id, app_path='/graph')

then throwing the_script into my html.

any clue as to why the sliders are not making changes to the graph? when just showing the graph with the --show command, the sliders work fine.

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I notice that I only get the javascript errors when the bokeh server isn’t running. While the server is running I get no errors, yet no updates to the graphs.

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On Monday, August 29, 2016 at 1:37:48 PM UTC-5, Bryan Van de ven wrote:

Unfortunately it’s going to be difficult or impossible to say anything definitive without a reproducible test case to investigate. Code 1006 is an “abnormal close”, I’ve not encountered it so it would definitely require real investigation on a running example to attempt to diagnose.

Offhand, if you are proxying through something like nginx, etc. then make sure websocket proxying is enabled.

Otherwise, I can only say that others have also iframed Bokeh apps into larger web apps successfully, and this might be a simpler configuration.

Thanks,

Bryan

On Aug 29, 2016, at 12:48 PM, Robbie Pritchard [email protected] wrote:

I am getting a response in the javascript console but, errors. I embeeded the chart using:
session = push_session(document=curdoc(),app_path=’/graph’)the_script = autoload_server(model= None,session_id=session.id, app_path=’/graph’)

then throwing the_script into my html.

any clue as to why the sliders are not making changes to the graph? when just showing the graph with the --show command, the sliders work fine.


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If the server is not running, I'd only expect a 404. As I mentioned, without minimal, complete test case that we can run that reproduces what you are seeing, its very difficult to say anything specific.

Thanks,

Bryan

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On Aug 29, 2016, at 1:58 PM, Robbie Pritchard <[email protected]> wrote:

I notice that I only get the javascript errors when the bokeh server isn't running. While the server is running I get no errors, yet no updates to the graphs.

On Monday, August 29, 2016 at 1:37:48 PM UTC-5, Bryan Van de ven wrote:
Unfortunately it's going to be difficult or impossible to say anything definitive without a reproducible test case to investigate. Code 1006 is an "abnormal close", I've not encountered it so it would definitely require real investigation on a running example to attempt to diagnose.

Offhand, if you are proxying through something like nginx, etc. then make sure websocket proxying is enabled.

Otherwise, I can only say that others have also iframed Bokeh apps into larger web apps successfully, and this might be a simpler configuration.

Thanks,

Bryan

> On Aug 29, 2016, at 12:48 PM, Robbie Pritchard <[email protected]> wrote:
>
> I am getting a response in the javascript console but, errors. I embeeded the chart using:
> session = push_session(document=curdoc(),app_path='/graph')the_script = autoload_server(model= None,session_id=session.id, app_path='/graph')
>
> then throwing the_script into my html.
>
> any clue as to why the sliders are not making changes to the graph? when just showing the graph with the --show command, the sliders work fine.
>
>
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