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I have set the meta and header for ajax setup and already done a action with ajax.
But this time at same place I have faced the error.
I can't find out my problem.


What I have tried:

var per = new Array();
             $("input[name='permission']:checked").each(function() {
               per.push($(this).val());
             });
             $.ajax({
               url:"/admin-role",
               method:"POST",
               data:{
                 "_token": "{{ csrf_token() }}",
                 "role_name":role_name,
                 "permission":per

               },
               dataType:'json',
               success:function(response){
                   console.log(response);
               }
               // success:function(response){

               //   if (response.status=='errors') {
               //     Swal.fire(
               //           response.message
               //         )
               //   }
               //   if (response.status=='success') {
               //       Swal.fire(
               //           response.message
               //         )
               //       $('#roleModal').modal('hide');
               //       $("#role_create_form")[0].reset();
               //       $('.table').load(location.href + ' .table');
               //     }
               // }
             });
Posted
Updated 8-Mar-23 21:50pm

1 solution

A 500 error means something went wrong in your server-side code.

We can't see the code, and we can't see the details of the error, so we can't tell you what the problem is. You will need to debug your server-side code to find out what went wrong, and then fix it.
 
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