|Re: SWT Browser - Internet Explorer "Script Error" [message #649090 is a reply to message #648808]
||Mon, 17 January 2011 15:40
| Grant Gayed
Registered: July 2009
Yes, this should have been fixed a long time ago. Can you check the
- run stand-alone IE
- invoke Tools > Internet Options, go to Advanced tab
- are Disable Script Debugging (Internet Explorer) and Disable Script
Debugging (Other) checked? And if not, does checking them make the test
case stop showing the prompter?
Failing the setting values above, I wonder if your url being on your
intranet is causing a different code path or sequence to run that is not
helped by the old fix. It would be helpful to know if you ever see this
prompter with a page containing a JS error that comes from outside of your
This issue can be investigated if you log a report with swt at
and can provide info that could be helpful in tracking this down (eg.- does
it happen for pages outside of intranet, a subset of the page containing the
JS error, any IE settings changes you're aware of, etc.)
"James Peltzer" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I have a few pages that seem to occasionally throw a "Script Error" in the
>SWT Browser control running under Windows. I don't like that the dialog
>pops-up at all (supposedly fixed way back in SWT 3.1). What I like even
>less is that I can't actually dismiss the dialog or close the editor window
>I have open.
> The page doesn't generally have JS errors but when it does, this dialog
> cannot be closed no matter which button you press (it almost looks like
> the clicks to Yes/No aren't being sent). The dialog also never actually
> seems to take focus.
> Has anyone else experienced anything like this? Any solutions?
> Dialog Details:
> "Script Error"
> An error has occurred in the script on this page.
> Line: 1
> Char: 1
> Error: Unspecified error.
> Code: 0
> URL: (long private intranet URL)
> Do you wish to continue running scripts on this page?
> [Yes] [No]
> RCP and Machine Specifics:
> Windows 7 32-bit
> Java 6 update 23
> Internet Explorer v8.00.7600.16385
> SWT v3.6.1
> Thanks for your help.
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