How to Resolve the 404 (Not Found) "jquery-migrate.min.map" and "sprite.png" Console Errors:
404 (Not Found) "jquery-migrate.min.map" Solution:
I'll start by saying that this error may only arise in Chrome. My instructions are Chrome specific. So if you're a fellow Chrome user, then read on. If you're using a different browser then this guide should at least point you to the right direction.
Step 1: Run your process from the Bonita BPM Studio
Step 2: Open Chrome Dev Tools by clicking F12 on your keyboard
Step 3: Click the settings button on the top right (cog icon)
Step 5: Reload the page or run the process again
404 (Not Found) "sprite.png" Solution:
Before starting, make sure you have the Bonita BPM Studio running. Also note that my instructions are Chrome specific. So if you're a fellow Chrome user, then read on. If you're using a different browser then this guide should at least point you to the right direction.
Step 1: Download "sprite.png" from http://svn.bonitasoft.org/bonita-console/branches/bonita-console-5.2.1/f...
Step 2: Open one of your Bonita BPM Studio diagrams (or create a new one)
Step 3: In the Bonita BPM Studio, click on the pool of your workflow
Step 4: Click on the Application Tab and then click on the Resources Option. You'll see the resources file structure with the options to add a folder or file.
Step 5: Click the arrow icon next to the Resources/applications folder. Then click on the images folder. Then click the "Add file..." button.
Step 6: Locate "sprite.png" and add it.
Step 7: Navigate to the Resources/application/css folder. Select the "bonita_form_default.css" file and click the "Edit" button. An editor will open in a new tab.
Step 8: Locate the ".bonita_user_xp_icon" class. Update the ".bonita_user_xp_icon" class background url from "../themeResource?theme=portal&location=images/sprite.png" to "../images/sprite.png". Save the file.
Step 9: Run your process.
Step 10: After Chrome opens, click the F12 key on your keyboard. The "sprite.png" 404 (Not Found) error should no longer appear in your console log.
I hope this helps. If I've missed anything or if my instructions are unclear, feel free to comment and I'll do my best to make corrections and comment back when I have the time.
Heath Dinkins Java Software Engineer II at Leidos
I raised a bug report about this on atlassian in January 2015.
It is also painful for me to see,
regarding the missing min.map this is what is suggested...
*Regarding the .map file query, this something done specifically by Chrome (we do not call this file in our code). You may disable this behavior by following these instructions: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17849006/hide-jquery-map-errors-in-go...
I've reported back (linking to this thread) your solution to the sprite issue and hopefully Bonita will finally fix this...
Something so small, but so annoying!!! :)