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JScript Errors when opening appointments


I am attempting to use WebMonthView and associated controls for scheduling.  When I double-click on a date to open the appointment dialog, I get the following error:

Microsoft JScript runtime error: Object expected

This occurs in AppointmentAdd.aspx on the line:





<body class="FormBackground" onload="AppointmentAddLoad()" style="overflow:hidden;PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 0px; PADDING-BOTTOM: 0px; MARGIN: 0px; PADDING-TOP: 0px" bottomMargin="0" leftMargin="0" topMargin="0" rightMargin="0" XMLNS:igtab="" XMLNS:igtbar



The onload function AppointmentAddLoad is highlighted.  I am not able to debug into AppointmentAddLoad to determine what is happening.

I first encountered the error while attempting to use the controls in a new web application I am developing using NetAdvantage 2010.1.  I upgraded to 2010.2 and then 2010.3 and still get the error.

Next I downloaded and ran the samples.  To my surprise, they each ran perfectly.

I thought perhaps the problem had to do with the fact that initially I was not creating a data provider for the WebScheduleInfo object.  I do not want the UI talking directly to the database, so I decided that a generic data provider talking to a dataset would be best.  I created a test application to attempt this, and followed the directions in the online documentation article "WebSchedule Binding to a Data Set with WebScheduleGenericDataProvider".  The code appears to match the article's directions, but I am getting exactly the same error.

Why do the samples work but my code does not?

I'd appreciate any thoughts anyone might have.





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