Why JsonP doesn't work? [duplicate]

By : neoswf
Source: Stackoverflow.com

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json Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token :

Does jsonp depend on server support, in order to return a correct response?

I got this request, and what I get back is js error.

$.getJSON('myURL?q=keyword&callback=?', function(data){console.log(data)});

even angular jsonp method isn't working:


console >> js error: Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token :

Does jsonp depends on some server implementations?


This question is different from others cause no other answers speak about the proxy solution.

By : neoswf

The server doesn't return JSONP, it returns JSON. A JSONP result is a JSON result wrapped in a function call.


callback873659823745({"destino":"http://...", ... })

If you can't make the server return JSONP, you would need a proxy server that requests the service and returns the JSON result wrapped as a JSONP result.

As it happens, I set up such a proxy a while ago, at jsonp.guffa.com, that you could use if you don't have the ability to set up one yourself.

Demo: http://jsfiddle.net/Guffa/tckGG/6/

By : Guffa

Because your Url isn't returning JSONP. It is returning JSON.

{"destino":"http://www.buscape.com.br","palavras":["tv lcd 32","tv led","tv led 32","tv led 40","tv","tv led 42","tv lcd","tv lcd 42","tv lcd 26","tv 3d","tv lcd 40","tv 32","tv led 46","tv 42","tv lcd 22","tv led 32 full hd"]}

For an example if JSONP, check the return value from flickr. It returns

callbackToExecute({... JSON Object ...})
By : amit_g

Yes, jsonp requires server support. The server needs to wrap the json in the "padding" part of the json*P*, which is a method that the client defines and executes around the response data.

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By: admin