We are using web sdk 1.9.0. When we try to join audio we get the below error. please advise.
Have you allowed your browser to access the microphone? If you have and you’re still seeing this issue, can you share any steps to reproduce, as well as a screenshot of any browser console errors you’re seeing? Additionally, please confirm your browser and version.
We have been using this SDK for last 8 months and all of a sudden this issue has started appearing in last week to all our users. We start the class/meeting from our SDK (electron/android/ios) and try to join the meeting on the Web SDK.
We are using Chrome with version 88.0.4324.150
Thanks for sharing these details. Are you serving your serving the site over HTTPS? Can you also check your network/firewall settings to ensure this isn’t blocking Zoom audio?
Once you’ve confirmed these details, can you please share a screenshot of your Chrome Dev tools Network tab, with WS selected—here is an example:
This will be helpful to further debug.
Yes we are using HTTPS to serve our site. Also, as mentioned earlier, it had been working fine since last 8 months. This issue cropped up all of a sudden since last week without any change from our side. We then updated the SDK to 1.9 but the issue still persists.
Pls see the screenshot of WS as required.
Thank you for sharing these details. We are looking into this for you (CS-3031).
I’ll be in touch,
when can be expect an update on this. Please note that even though it shows this error, the participant can hear the voice of the host but voice of the participant does not reach the host. Same is the issue with video. When we open the video, I cannot see myself but the host can see me.
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I hope to have an update for you soon. Our team is still investigating this, and I will follow up as soon as I have an update for you.
Awaiting your response as it is a business impacting issue. We are not able to take the classes.
In taking a closer look, we believe it’s possible that this error could be due to jQuery not being loaded properly. Per the console-error screenshot, the message reads “$ is not defined” – which is a common message to see when not loading jQuery properly.
While our SDK does not use jQuery anymore (v 1.9.0), it seems that you may have a bootstrap dependency in your code which does depend on jQuery—separate from our Web SDK. Could you please see if loading jQuery resolves this issue?
Thanks, this resolved the issue.
Glad to hear this did the trick, @helloparent!