Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Re: Javascript in HTML Object works in FF not IE

How do you load the script?

You add a script tag or download the javascript code and then make a
call to eval?

Another question, the information retreived by the requestbuilder is
only javascript (json) or had html too? If your case is the second,
you could use setInnerHTML.

On 29 jun, 15:16, skippy <a...@2lehmans.com> wrote:
> I have seen several postings about this, but have not seen a clear
> answer.
> I have some non compiled javascript that is loaded into an HTML object
> by using a requestBuilder call to my legacy jsp application.
> When clicking on a link in FF the javascript works fine.  However, not
> is IE.
> I have seem recommendations that the javascript needs to be in the
> module HTML page.  This works, however, does not scale very well.
> Two Questions:
> 1) Why is this working in FF and not IE.  Some MAC browsers are also
> OK.  I must be missing some basic concept.
> 2) What is the correct approach to having onClicked/ onSelect events
> in HTML access non compiled Javascript.
> Thanks for your time.

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