I am having an unusual issue when trying to make an ajax call using IE 9 on Windows 7 Enterprise. Works fine in other browsers like FF, Chrome, and IE 9 Compatibility View, just not IE 9.
var responseVal = dhtmlxAjax.getSync(URL+ “?parm1=” + someparm1 + “&parm2=” + someparm2);
alert(“back from ajax…”);
Clicking the button I get the first alert “calling ajax…” but I am not getting the second alert “back from ajax…”.
Using the F12 developer tools in IE 9 and starting my debugger I get the following when I click the button:
SCRIPT438: Object doesn’t support property or method ‘load’
dhtmlxcommon.js, line 22 character 226
I have made sure I am using all the latest .js file as suggested when this error occurs but it still causes the error.
Here is the interesting and complexing issue:
I have other co-workers using the same IE 9 browser, version, and Browser Mode: IE 9, going to the exact same page and they are able to click the button and not have it error, while others will get the error. We are all hitting the exact same code. We have cleared out cache and temp files to no avail, thinking it might be a caching issue. Any ideas why some of our IE 9 browser get the error and some do not?
Thanks for any help…