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From Werner Punz <>
Subject Re: <f:ajax> and IE8
Date Tue, 18 Dec 2012 12:52:48 GMT
Hi this looks like a config problem, could it be that the security 
settings on your companies machines block the XMLHttpRequest object.

Just to be precise, does it fail strictly on that line?

var _ret = new XMLHttpRequest();

or later?


Am 18.12.12 13:24, schrieb Bashirazad, Wahid:
> Hi,
> This is the output on the scripting console:
> LOG: starting send
> LOG: defining scope This
> LOG: scope This done
> LOG: Error:Objekt erwartet
> TypeError: Objekt erwartet
> When I start debugging into the scripts, in standard mode the error occurs in _Runtime.js(374):
> var _ret = new XMLHttpRequest();
> In the compatibility mode the debugger takes another route into jsf.js(947) and calls
> new ActiveXObject("Msxml2.XMLHTTP");
> I hope you can help us with this information to fix the error.
> Regards
> Wahid
> -----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Werner Punz []
> Gesendet: Montag, 17. Dezember 2012 10:02
> An:
> Betreff: Re: <f:ajax> and IE8
> Am 15.12.12 15:45, schrieb Werner Punz:
>>> tried your test project with the same result. It works only in the
>>> compatibility mode of IE8. The Same error in the standard mode.
>>> BUT, when I remove the XHTML DocType line both tests work fine!!!
>>> Are you sure that you are not in the compatibility mode in your XP test
>>> environment? The error occurs not only on my local PC but also on every
>>> other IE8 XP installation in our company.
>>> Kind regards
>>> Wahid
>> Hi I tried now with various patch levels of IE 8 on XP, again no
>> failure. I will give you a custom project on monday with more detailed
>> debugging output so that I can get an idea what is happenening there.
> Hi I added another testproject which does have a split import of the
> entire ajax framework with detailed console output of the part where I
> think it fails:
> You can start it the same way as before.
> Following: please open your debugging console with f12 enable javascript
> debugging and then give me the last 2-3 lines of the console output
> before it fails, this gives me the exact location where the problem is
> raised.
> You also can debug into it by setting a breakpoint on following section.
> File _AjaxRequest.js line 199 function send, then you can step through
> and tell me more detailed on where the object excpected error is thrown.
> Again thanks for your patience we will nail this down and fix it.
> Werner

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