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qListView – javascript error/delete issue with IE8

qListView – javascript error/delete issue with IE8

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    • #6242
      Anonymous
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      Hi ,

      I was able to get rid of Javascript error by making some changes to the ContextMenu tab of the qListView web part ( I unchecked almost everything and changed "Show Contect Menu" method from "RightClick" to "ShowContextMenuColumn"

      QuestContectManu.JPG

      but the delete issue is still there, when I select one of the  rows in the qListView and click "Delete" from the top navaigation

      QuestList.JPG

      I get the following error ( "Please select one of more rows").

      Do you have any suggestions?

      Thanks,

      QuestError.JPG

    • #4851
      Anonymous
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      Hi Julia,

        First thing to try would be to clear the browser's cache (be sure that the preserve website's data option is unchecked). Then restart the browser and try again.

         If that still doesn't fix the issue then please switch the browser to the development mode from the Tool menu or by hitting F12 then debug the javascript code to see exactly what fails.

      Please let me know how that goes.

      Thanks,

    • #6239
      Anonymous
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      Hi ,

      I tried first option – clearing cache didnt help.

      Then I tried second option and I attached the screenshot since I dont understand what is worng with the Quest webpart. ( issue is on line 254)

      btw, another team member in my team has exactly the same issue with the same qListView webpart and connected to a different Sharepoint list on a different sharepoint site.

      Thanks again,

      QuestJavascript.JPG

    • #6240
      Anonymous
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      Would you mind to make click on the right hand side on the line 254 "WADataViewer char.." to see exactly the code that errors?

      Thanks,

      NIc

    • #6241
      Anonymous
      Anonymous
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      sure, thanks . When I click on right hand side, i see that error is in the "SetMouseOverRowIndex function, pn line 254:

      QuestJavascript.JPG

    • #6243
      Anonymous
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      I think that your action requires at least one row to be selected.

      What action you perform when you get the error?

    • #6244
      Anonymous
      Anonymous
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      Hi ,

      That's why I included a screenshot of my page, so you can see that one record was selected prior me clicking "Delete" button.

      I have also tried changing "Section Column Type" under "Grid Appearance" to "SingleRowSelector" and to "MultiRowSelector", then after selecting a checkbox and clicking "Delete" button was getting the same error.

      Delete functionality with qListView doesn't work at all no matter what I try.

      So any suggestions to work around it will be appreciated.

      Thanks a lot,

    • #6245
      Anonymous
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      Please call Quest Support team and open a case so we can go online and troubleshoot your issue.If you do that I can go online with your today.

      It's difficult for me to find out the reason without seeing your environment.

      Thanks,

    • #6246
      Anonymous
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      Thanks . I opened a case with Support.

    • #4340
      Anonymous
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      Hi guys,

      I would need and appreciate help with troubleshooting the javacript error with qListView, which i think is preventing the “Delete” button to work properly.

      So I have qListView on my shapreopint 2010 page, I’m running IE8. When I expand the error detailes, i see this:

      Webpage error details

      User Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; .NET CLR 3.0.04506.30; .NET CLR 3.0.04506.648; .NET CLR 3.0.4506.2152; .NET CLR 3.5.30729; MS-RTC EA 2; InfoPath.3; MS-RTC LM 8; .NET4.0C; .NET4.0E)

      Timestamp: Mon, 9 Apr 2012 14:18:22 UTC

      Message: ‘this.Rows’ is null or not an object

      Line: 254

      Char: 2

      Code: 0

      URI: http://nyvmspwfedev/depts/os/_wpresources/WA.DataViewer/4.0.0.0__2b4b09f1c57c8f0b/WADataViewer.js

      Please see the attached screenshot. Any ideas?

      Thanks a lot,

    • #6247
      Anonymous
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      Hi Julia,

        We called you and left a voice mail. Please get back to us so we can go online and find a solution for your issues.

      Thanks,

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