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Remote scripting problem with Firefox

Remote scripting problem with Firefox

Remote scripting problem with Firefox

(OP)
I have a website that has a users area where remote scripting calls are made to handle data entry validation.

This works perfectly in IE.  However, some of my users are running into problems when theyattempt this in FireFox.

A popup message saying "ERROR: Cannot locate proxy which supports Remote Scripting.  Was RSEnableRemoteScripting method invoked?" is displayed.

Here's my code that enables the remote scripting:

<BODY>

<SCRIPT language="javascript" src="rs.htm"></SCRIPT>
<SCRIPT language=javascript>RSEnableRemoteScripting(".");</script>


Can anyone help?

Jerry Scannell

RE: Remote scripting problem with Firefox

With script tag to include external src, it becomes significant to use type attribute, and it is where it starts to play a material role. Nobody has the "courage" to not to support legacy language attribute in other situation.
><SCRIPT language="javascript" src="rs.htm"></SCRIPT>
<SCRIPT type="text/javascript" language="javascript" src="rs.htm"></SCRIPT>

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