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Error using smartnavigation????

Hi all...

I rather confuse using smartnavigation in my web application because if I
set the "smartnavigation = true" then If I run my app, then after I post
page that page, using event dropdownlist1_selectedIndexChanged then the page
would't get the css, and then the IE will generate error confirmation
dialog, then my browser will be closed.

I'm using iframe for my app, 2 frame -> top frame and content frame.
I use smartnavigation for the content, and It generate error.

If there anyone that know the solution for this problem? so I can use
smartnavigation without error.
I'm guess that It become an error because of the frame,
It's that true?

Thanks in advance.

Nov 18 '05 #1
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Bobby,
I have found SmartNavigation to be buggy. I tried using it in my EZWeb
framework (workspaces.gotdotnet.com/ezweb), and it causes my webforms not to
work. I turned it off, and everything was fine. Now I don't trust it.

Best regards,
Jeffrey Palermo

"Bobby" <bo***********@epselindo.com> wrote in message
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Hi all...

I rather confuse using smartnavigation in my web application because if I
set the "smartnavigation = true" then If I run my app, then after I post
page that page, using event dropdownlist1_selectedIndexChanged then the page would't get the css, and then the IE will generate error confirmation
dialog, then my browser will be closed.

I'm using iframe for my app, 2 frame -> top frame and content frame.
I use smartnavigation for the content, and It generate error.

If there anyone that know the solution for this problem? so I can use
smartnavigation without error.
I'm guess that It become an error because of the frame,
It's that true?

Thanks in advance.

Nov 18 '05 #2
TJS
I use pages without frames and still had problems with smartnavigation

I don't believe it works as intended, and there is no adequate tutorial
that ever explained how it should work.
"Bobby" <bo***********@epselindo.com> wrote in message
news:%2****************@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
Hi all...

I rather confuse using smartnavigation in my web application because if I
set the "smartnavigation = true" then If I run my app, then after I post
page that page, using event dropdownlist1_selectedIndexChanged then the page would't get the css, and then the IE will generate error confirmation
dialog, then my browser will be closed.

I'm using iframe for my app, 2 frame -> top frame and content frame.
I use smartnavigation for the content, and It generate error.

If there anyone that know the solution for this problem? so I can use
smartnavigation without error.
I'm guess that It become an error because of the frame,
It's that true?

Thanks in advance.

Nov 18 '05 #3
So my conclusion is not to use SmartNavigation.
Because this feature isn't smart enough. :)
Nov 18 '05 #4
I am using SmartNavigation, it works like a charm. No problems so far.
This is within a Frame.

Setup
-----
Client - Any version of Windows W/ IE 5.5 or above
Server - Windows 2000 + .NET Framework 1.1

I think the SmartNavigation code was updated in Ver 1.1. NOt sure about
this though. Can someone else confirm on this.

But after using this I had to make some code change to client side
scripts. to use document.all("...") instead of formname.controlname...

What is your Setup?

Regards,

Trevor Benedict R
MCSD

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