JScript error in IE7 (can't find url / settimeOut...)

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Benjamin Moulès, Sep 28, 2006.

  1. Hi all,

    We are encountering some scripts problems with IE7 please let me ask you
    some questions about them. All the things I am going to tell never happened
    with IE6, so maybe there are some parameters to modify.

    First is in our applications when it loads there is an alert saying:
    "Cannot fin 'http://intranetserver/Page.aspx'. Make sure the path or
    Internet Address is correct."
    This page is accessible in IE7 if I open it in another window though ... The
    intranetserver is in the trust zone with low security and activeX have been
    turned all to enable.
    What can I try to fix this?

    Second errors came in another application wich is using webservice.htc for
    calling webservice asynchronely and also a SetTimeOut js function who loop on
    itselft in order to manage some server events.
    with IE6 it works well, there is nothing to do, but with IE7 it opens a
    popup each time the settimeout js function is called ... Do you have any
    ideas which could help?

    If you think I have not been cleared enough on a particular point, don't
    hesitate to ask me to be more precise, I really need answers on those two
    problems.

    Thanks in advance

    Benjamin

    ps: I am French so please excuse my typical french mistakes.
     
    Benjamin Moulès, Sep 28, 2006
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  2. Benjamin Moulès

    Rob ^_^ Guest

    Hi Benjamin,

    I will try to give you some ideas but I am no expert, and yes your english
    is a bit hard to understand. Excuse' moi, je parle un petite.

    1. Cannot find page error - When are you starting IE7 - In the windows
    startup folder or as a startup process? Seems to me that it can't find the
    page because it has not made a network connection at the time it loads.

    2. Unwanted popups when calling webservices.htc - Je ne sais pas!

    Download the fiddler tool from www.fiddlertool.com and have a look at the
    request and response headers. Something is targeting a new browser window.
    You could try turning on the popup blocker, but this may effect your
    webservices process. Check your popup blocking settings too.

    Regards.
     
    Rob ^_^, Sep 29, 2006
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