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UnSpecified Error

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Hi all,

I am using asp.net 2.0 , However, now when I try to use the java script I get the error:

Line number: 608.

Char 2.

Error : UnSpecified Error.

Code 0

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Please I am in very urgent


Thanks & Regards,
Selvamariappan.c
Mar 9 '09 #1
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Frinavale
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The best way to debug JavaScript issues is to use a JavaScript debugger.
My favorite JavaScript debugger is FireBug. FireBug is a plugin for FireFox and is very helpful for not only debugging JavaScript but also debugging CSS issues as well.

If you aren't satisfied with FireFox, you can try using IE8. It comes with debugging tools as well, but I find them a little harder to use.

-Frinny
Mar 9 '09 #2

drhowarddrfine
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Just because I can:

Firebug is not a plugin but an extension, or add-on. Plugins are executable programs that perform non-browser functions while add-ons are scripts that extend browser functions.

So there.

I wouldn't use IE8 for debugging since it has crippled DOM support and it's javascript ain't so good either.
Mar 11 '09 #3

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Hi Frinavale,
Thanks for Your Reply , I have downloaded firebug-1.3.3-fx.xpi from https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1843
what to do with this file , I have already installed Firefox 3.0.7 , now what I want to do .Please help me its very urgent for me

Regards
selvamariappan.c
Mar 16 '09 #4

gits
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in FF go to Extras -> Add-ons ... drop the downloaded xpi-file onto this window and follow the install steps. restart firefox -> in the bottom right corner you should find a 'bug'-icon ... click on it and activate all options for the page that should be observed by firebug ... now just explore the features and outputs of firebug and you will see how helpful this is ;)

kind regards
Mar 16 '09 #5

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Hi gits
Will You please explain the steps , I dont know where is the option extras. I am using firefox 3.0.7 what to do .Please help for this

Kind regards.
Mar 17 '09 #6

acoder
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Just click on the Add to Firefox button (on the Add-ons page) and it should be fairly straightforward.
Mar 17 '09 #7

Dormilich
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@selvamariappan
could be called "Tools" in the english version.
Mar 17 '09 #8

acoder
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I can confirm that to be the case.
Mar 17 '09 #9

Frinavale
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@selvamariappan
Gits instructions were pretty close to what you have to do, but as Dormilich pointed out, you should substitute the "extras" menu for the "tools" menu:
  • In the tools menu, click "add-ons"
  • In the "add-ons" dialogue click the "Get Add-ons" button
  • Type Firebug in the search field
  • Scroll down until you find FireBug (the icon is a red bug)
  • Click the "Add to FireFox" button....

Once FireBug is installed, you will see a little bug in the bottom right corner of FireFox. Click that little bug and FireBug will pop up. When this pops up FireBug may be "disabled". It will display a screen that will allow you to enable debugging for the site you're working on. Since you're debugging JavaScript you will have to enable Script debugging.

Once you've enabled Script debugging you can click the "Script" tab and off you go :)
Mar 17 '09 #10

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