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The "/ajax" page:

The main dispatcher for shared ajax-served routes. Requires the 'name' parameter be the main route's name (as defined in a list in this function), noting that fossil automatically assigns all path parts after "ajax" to "name", e.g. /ajax/foo/bar assigns name=foo/bar.

This "page" is only intended to be used by higher-level pages which have certain Ajax-driven features in common. It is not intended to be used by clients and NONE of its HTTP interfaces are considered documented/stable/supported - they may change on any given build of fossil.

The exact response type depends on the route which gets called. In the case of an initialization error it emits a JSON-format response as documented for ajax_route_error(). Individual routes may emit errors in different formats, e.g. HTML.