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How is JavaScript loaded in Browser

Frinavale
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I was just wondering where/how JavaScript is loaded?
Is it loaded for the specific page or for the Browser?

I would have thought it was just specific to the page that the JavaScript exists within but I've been experiencing something a little weird lately with regards to FireBug.

I'm getting an error message:
document.forms.dstform is undefined:
....
function Sys$CultureInfo$_getAbbrMonthIndex(value) {
.....
this._upperAbbrMonths = this...s.dateTimeFormat.AbbreviatedMonthNames);
Now the interesting thing to note about this error is that the method "Sys$CultureInfo$_getAbbrMonthIndex" is part of the .NET Ajax libraries.

The .NET Ajax framework is loaded in a FireFox window that I'm using for testing my web application.

While this window's loading (sometimes takes a while) I'll be snooping here on Bytes. The "document.forms.dstform" is part of the Bytes page. Bytes is PHP based so it doesn't make sense to be applying the .NET Ajax Library to anything on Bytes....hence the error message.

The error is appearing in the browser loading my web application.

Why would FireFox be using the .NET Ajax libraries (loading in the browser displaying my web application) on the FireFox browser displaying Bytes?

What is going on?

-Frinny
Mar 24 '09 #1
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gits
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hi frinny,

that is just a mix of errors that are displayed in firebug. every window ('real' browserwindow, frame, iframe) has its own scope and scripts may only interfere when there is some cross-site-scripting or a script has privileges to set some global browsersettings ... so your current issue is nothing more then that: firebug displays the errors that occur in different windows in one console as it would be with FF own JavaScript error console.

kind regards,
gits
Mar 25 '09 #2

Frinavale
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Thanks for the explanation Gits :)
Mar 25 '09 #3

gits
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;) nothing to thank for ... i'm just here for that ;)

kind regards,
gits
Mar 25 '09 #4

gits
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would you mind to explain what that link should state?
Aug 8 '09 #5

Frinavale
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@gits
Hey Gits, this person used a tool to find anything related to an UpdatePanel and posted their reply. It's not useful in the slightest...it's just spam :)
Aug 10 '09 #6

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