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jkuruppu
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posted on 7/18/2007 at 02:59 AM Reply With Quote
trouble installing...


I've searched, and found similar problems to mine, but no solutions yet....hoping someone can point me in the right direction.

i am calling the calendar2.js from within a perl-scripted cgi form, and have the scripts located as follows:

root/js/calendar2.js

root/cgi-bin/form.pl
root/cgi-bin/calendar.html

in the calendar2.js file, the entire URL to the calendar.html file is included:

var obj_calwindow = window.open(
"http://root/cgi-bin/calendar.html?id=" + this.id + '&s=' + this.dt_selected.valueOf() + '&c=' + this.dt_current.valueOf(),
'Calendar', 'width=200,height=' + (this.time_comp ? 215 : 190) +
',status=no,resizable=no,top=200,left=200,dependent=yes,alwaysRaised=yes'
);

the link to call the js looks like:
<input type="text" name="date" tabindex="1" size="40" />(mm/dd/yyyy)
<a href="javascript:cal2.popup();"><img border="0" height="16" src="http://root/images/cal.gif"
alt="Click Here to Pick up the date" width="16" /></a>

the header includes:
<script src="http://root/js/calendar2.js" type="text/javascript"></script>

and when i click on the calendar icon, I get the popup window, and the weekdays show up, and i have the following three errors:

Error: uncaught exception: Permission denied to get property Window.calendars

Error: dt_prev_month has no properties
Source File: http://root/cgi-bin/calendar.html?id=0&s=1184724977612&c=1184724977612
Line: 105

Error: dt_firstday has no properties
Source File: http://root/cgi-bin/calendar.html?id=0&s=1184724977612&c=1184724977612
Line: 123

root = my domain URL - which i can provide if anyone needs it, but it's in a password-protected area (not through .htaccess, but through a simple cookie login script), and i can set up a guest access if it's needed....
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tigra
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posted on 9/28/2007 at 09:23 PM Reply With Quote

Browsers block cross-domain javascript communication. Usually you get this error message when the page and calendar.html are in different domains or use different protocols.
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jkuruppu
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posted on 9/29/2007 at 12:08 AM Reply With Quote

i'm not sure i understand your reply. i showed you where i have my files located, and the page and the calendar.html files are in the same domain.
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tigra
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posted on 9/29/2007 at 03:10 AM Reply With Quote

I'm pretty sure the situation is caused by paths. Let's drop the domain name but still use absolute paths. http://root/ doesn't look like valid domain. Also let's move out HTML files out of cgi-bin directory. Try this layout and paths:

/cgi-bin/form.pl
/js/calendar2.js
/js/calendar.html
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