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Why does script side code seems to be executing at client in IE9?

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Using IE9 on Windows Server 2008R2, I'm stepping through code with the built-in debugger. The debugger always flags the Server.Execute call as an error saying that 'Server' is not an object. The server side is Windows 2003 R2 Standard Edition with SP2. It is running IIS v6.0.

I'm using RUNAT=Server, so why would this not work? Why is the debugger even seeing this at the client side?

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  2. ***Goresdb.asp -- gets #included into other vbscripts***
  3. <!-- #include Virtual="Secure/Data/" -->
  4. <SCRIPT LANGUAGE=vbscript RUNAT=Server>
  5. '===================================================================================
  6. ' Miscellaneous Section
  7. '===================================================================================
  8. '@doc
  9. '@module goresdb.asp | Default source file for the core database wrapper functions and subroutines
  10. 'Server.Execute "/../constants.asp"   'include constants file
  11. Server.Execute ("/constants.asp")
  12. 'Server.Execute(Server.MapPath("constants.asp"))
  13. '@bfunc DateTimeStamp | GetDBDateTime ||Used to retrieve the date and time from the Oracle database server
  14. Function GetDBDateTime()
  15. On Error Resume Next
  16. Dim Conn
  17. Dim Cmd
  18. Dim P0, P1
  20. ...
  22. </SCRIPT>
Nov 10 '11 #1
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What is the url that you are using to access this?
Is this ASP classic or ASP.NET?

Nov 17 '11 #2

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ASP classic and its an internal URL. Someone suggested that the problem was the way HTM/HTML were being processed and made a configuration change to the server. I don't see why it would fail in IE9 clients and work for IE6 and IE7.
Nov 17 '11 #3

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Please post the URL that you are using...
I think that you aren't using the correct URL format.
Nov 17 '11 #4

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