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IE6 Error. Operation aborted 9 years 11 months ago #27

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Hi

I am getting operation aborted error in IE6.

It works fine in Firefox. I am required to support IE6 and greater.

Any help is appreciated.



I have attached screen shot of the error i get [img]http://localhost/ssweb/images/fbfiles//images/err.GIF

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Re:IE6 Error. Operation aborted 9 years 11 months ago #28

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Hi,

I am getting the same error. The software piece is good, but I want it to work in IE6.

It crashes the entire site, not just a script error.

Did you find a solution to this?

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Re:IE6 Error. Operation aborted 9 years 11 months ago #31

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It could be an IE bug. I am using IE8 and I see a totally different result. [img]http://localhost/ssweb/images/fbfiles//images/ie8error.GIF

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Re:IE6 Error. Operation aborted 9 years 11 months ago #32

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This is a known error with IE. Microsoft has an explanation for this at

support.microsoft.com/kb/927917

To solve this error, invoke the calendar script after the page has completely loaded.
When using jquery we use the
jQuery(document).ready function to do this.

For more information on this function see
docs.jquery.com/Events/ready

We have used this technique successfully in the distributed examples.

sasank wrote:

It could be an IE bug. I am using IE8 and I see a totally different result. [img]http://localhost/ssweb/images/fbfiles//images/ie8error.GIF

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