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Error on Domain but no localhost

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Hi All,

Having some troubles..We have a server that is mostly locked down..I
cannot see the error when I am going to localhost on that server, my
local server..or anywhere else it is hosted..except on the domain.

On the domain I am getting an error saying the default: 'object
doesn't support this property or method' when I am doing things.

I I could find the problem on the local it would be good..does anyone
have any ideas as to what may cause this on a server setting ONLY?

thanks in advance!!!
Sep 16 '08 #1
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da************@gmail.com wrote:
Having some troubles..We have a server that is mostly locked down..I
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cannot see the error when I am going to localhost on that server, my
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local server..or anywhere else it is hosted..except on the domain.
^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
On the domain I am getting an error saying the default: 'object
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doesn't support this property or method' when I am doing things.
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I I could find the problem on the local it would be good..does anyone
have any ideas as to what may cause this on a server setting ONLY?
That would have be someone who knows how to operate a crystal ball. Read
<http://catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html>, try to adhere to its
recommendations, and make it better second time. I have already marked
the parts of your question that need improvement.

BTW, the FAQ of this newsgroup is here: <http://jibbering.com/faq/>
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Sep 16 '08 #2

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