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If I create a vbscript inside an html page (using Interdev) Im able to get intellisense for vbscript. However, the same is not true to jscript.

Any ideias?

Thank you

RE: Intellisense/jscript

The only time I have been unable to get the intellisense for javascript is when the object I am trying to reference is somewhat unusual.  For example, in a page that I have a form that has the querystring attached using inline server-side code, I cannot then find the form and thus will not see any intellisense.  However, I otherwise have no problems with it.  The example where I won't see the form attributes in intellisense is when my form looks like this (or I response.write the line that creates the form or other object):


Response.Write "<form name=""frmMain"" method=""post"" action=""page2.asp"">"
<form name="frmMain" method="post" action="Document.asp
    <%=objCOM.QueryString("Document",Request.QueryString("propid"),Request.QueryString("docid"),,,,,,,,,,,Request.QueryString("tenid"))%>"> 'Where the querystring is being created from a .dll function server-side.

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