Last week I downloaded dhtmlxSuite, and successfully ran through the sample posted at: docs.dhtmlx.com/doku.php?id=tuto … serverside
Everything worked fine, until I loaded the table referenced by the Grid with a larger set of data from a different source of mine (just happened to be my PayPal data from last year). The issue is that when I display the grid I get a popup (image attached) showing the XML for the first 19 rows (ex. <?xml version='1.0' encoding='utf-8' ?><![CDATA[US Postal Service…and on and on).
I assumed it was some funky character issue, but here’s where it gets strange… I loaded the table with my data in smaller chunks at a time (to try and isolate where the errant character may be); viewing the Grid; then loading more data; repeated until I ended up with all the data loaded in the table, and the Grid worked fine. So, maybe not a character issue? I then truncated the table again and loaded it up with all several hundred records, and ran into the issue again.
After searching and searching around here on the Forums I saw some messages indicating this might be a browser issue related to the handling of certain characters, with FireFox being more sensitive to this. After trying the Grid out with the fully loaded table in a couple other browsers (Chromium, Epiphany, Chrome), I now see this works fine in all except FireFox.
My main question in all this is “What is the general issue when the XML starts displaying?”. I’m still thinking it’s a character issue? Maybe with FireFox being more sensitive to this?
Thanks in advance for any pointers.