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Firefix VS IE

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Hi,

We are having some issues with out pages. We have a set of pages
which interact with a MySQL database. The pages are written in PHP &
Javascript.

One page in particular works fine, all the time, in Firefox. However,
in IE, the page only works the first time and never works again,
unless we remove the temporary files.

In fact, using echo statements we've verified that the data going
through the script and the MySQL statements created are correct. The
change is just never applied to the database from the second time and
after......

Any suggestions?

Thanks!

John
Jun 27 '08 #1
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Mtek wrote:
Hi,

We are having some issues with out pages. We have a set of pages
which interact with a MySQL database. The pages are written in PHP &
Javascript.

One page in particular works fine, all the time, in Firefox. However,
in IE, the page only works the first time and never works again,
Welcome to the club.
unless we remove the temporary files.

In fact, using echo statements we've verified that the data going
through the script and the MySQL statements created are correct. The
change is just never applied to the database from the second time and
after......

Any suggestions?
Is this the same problem as onclick vs enter?

URL?
Jun 27 '08 #2

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On Jun 5, 12:21 am, Mtek <m...@mtekusa.comwrote:
Hi,

We are having some issues with out pages. We have a set of pages
which interact with a MySQL database. The pages are written in PHP &
Javascript.

One page in particular works fine, all the time, in Firefox. However,
in IE, the page only works the first time and never works again,
unless we remove the temporary files.

In fact, using echo statements we've verified that the data going
through the script and the MySQL statements created are correct. The
change is just never applied to the database from the second time and
after......

Any suggestions?

Thanks!

John
Look at what is different from first to other times...
Something (abstract) that is written in PHP & Javascript (can be
absolutely anything) that does not work under certain conditions...
How do you expect us to guess what is wrong without ANY idea of what
it does and how it does it?
Jun 27 '08 #3

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