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Stevek1311
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'Request Entity Too Large' error when signing in

Just got this error again while trying to use the forum.    See screen grab below using Chrome

There is a solution:  clear all cookies associated with BT but I suggest many users won't be aware of that and those that do might not be aware how to selectively clear cookies by site

So some sort of design fault is there with how BT are using cookies and that's the problem that needs to be fixed please

 

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Keith_Beddoe
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Re: 'Request Entity Too Large' error when signing in

I have seen this issue as well, with Google Chrome. Clearing cookies fixes it. 

There are 77 cookies, just for this forum, another 49 from bt.com.

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RobbieMac
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Re: 'Request Entity Too Large' error when signing in

Hi guys,

Thanks for highlighting. 

Sorry you're seeing this issue.  I'll be sure to get this reported.

Cheers,

Robbie

 

barnpiece
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Re: 'Request Entity Too Large' error when signing in

I used to have this problem quite a bit. Now I just clear the cookies on exit.

Why do they want to set so many -- they are no use to me!

Richard

 

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Keith_Beddoe
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Re: 'Request Entity Too Large' error when signing in

There seems to be a cookie set for every thread you visit. That shows when you look at the actual cookie content and the url it contains.

Lots of btVisorga cookies.

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