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odessa
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posted on 10/21/2004 at 09:24 PM Reply With Quote
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I got it installed. It is really simple and I got it to work if I view it locally in the server.
However, this is working on an application where the the html files get uploaded to a SQL application in binary and the files get loaded by the web server from the SQL server.
So after I try to view the page containing the script I get a:

"Runtime Error... line:xxx Error: Access is denied"

If I debug the error it points to what seems to be the "Scroll.html" file, line 33 where it says:

parent.document.getElementById("Tscr" + n_id) : parent.document.all["Tscr" + n_id],

Any ideas?

The head of my document is pointing to the script at:
"http://inside.ci.odessa.tx.us/intranet/java/scroller/ts_....."

The files are there and it obviously can see them that is why is bringing up this file.

If I change the path to not use the "http...." the script works but not after I loaded to the server.

Any ideas I am willing to try.
Thanks
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rock
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posted on 10/22/2004 at 09:33 AM Reply With Quote

Access denied error could happen if scroller's items tries to get content from other domain.
Please see: http://www.softcomplex.com/forum/viewthread_1182/
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