How to trigger jquery ajax error callback based on server response not HTTP 500

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By using jquery ajax function, I can do something like:

$.ajax({

  url: url,
  type: 'GET',
  async: true,
  dataType: 'json',
  data: data,

 success: function(data) {

     //Handle server response here

  },

 error: function(xhr, status, error){

    //Handle failure here

 }

});

I'd like to ask if server specifically returns to me a JSON object with string value like {message: 'There is an error'}, could server do something so that this response could be handled in jquery.ajax() error callback instead of success callback?

Jun 18, 2020 in Java-Script by kartik
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Hello @kartik,

The error callback will be executed when the response from the server is not going to be what you were expecting. So for example in this situations it:

  • HTTP 404/500 or any other HTTP error message has been received
  • data of incorrect type was received (i.e. you have expected JSON, you have received something else).

In your situation the data is correct (it's a JSON message). If you want to manually trigger the error callback based on the value of the received data you can do so quite simple. Just change the anonymous callback for error to named function.

function handleError(xhr, status, error){

    //Handle failure here

 }

$.ajax({

  url: url,
  type: 'GET',
  async: true,
  dataType: 'json',
  data: data,

 success: function(data) {
     if (whatever) {
         handleError(xhr, status, ''); // manually trigger callback
     }
     //Handle server response here

  },

 error: handleError
});

Hope it helps!!

answered Jun 18, 2020 by Niroj
• 82,560 points

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