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Troubleshooting bound cfselect

Troubleshooting bound cfselect

Troubleshooting bound cfselect

I have a cfselect that's bound to a parent select. The first is a list of countries, the second is a list of schools in the selected country. This works great for most locations that use the page. However it doesn't appear to be working for a number of users in Japan. Thousands of people in scores of countries have no problem with this specific page, so I don't believe it's a problem with the page. Preceding pages use JavaScript and AJAX, so I'm pretty sure those are issues (e.g. they don't have JavaScript disabled).

I suspect the problem is the page somehow not finding the CFC under limited conditions. Here's my bind: bind="cfc:common.cfcs.get_schools.getSchools({ed_country_1_sel})". The getSchools function returns a CFQUERY recordset, which I use to populate the cfselect. The problem is that I can't tell if the bind is being called, if it is, I can't tell if the bind is finding the CF component, if it is, I can't tell what the CF component is returning.

Here's my question - how do I troubleshoot this so I can tell where the break occurs?

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