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Access denied error using the Editor under IE
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Mike asked on 09 Mar 2016, 04:41 PM

Hello,

I have an error using the editor udner IE 11. I have a drop down list in the main page, and below that I have a div called dynamicContentDiv. Thehtml content of that div is taken from the serveraccording to the value of the top dropdownlist. For example, if the value is A, then the content taken from the server (razor), is a text field, and an Editor. If the value is B, then the content is a checkbox and 2 Editors...etc. 

All items are inside a form with a button to submit values to the server. 

On the first load, the dropdown has a default value set, everything is working well. and I can use submit button. When I change the value of the dropdown list, I get the new content from the server, and I replace the div content using $("#dynamicContentDiv").html(data). And data is what I'm getting from the server as an html content with the kendo ui editor. When I click on the submit button, I get this error: Access denied, and when I double click on that exception using F12 Developer tool, it redirects me to the kendo.web.js file (see the picture). 

This occurs only using IE, it works well using Chrome and Firefox. 

 

Thank you for your quick help.

 

 

 

 

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Ianko
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answered on 10 Mar 2016, 07:41 AM
Hello Mike,

The same questions has been posted in a support ticket for the Editor UI for ASP.NET MVC product. Please consider continuing the conversation in a single thread to keep information concise. 

For anyone interested in the answer given, I am pasting it here:

With the information provided it is not so clear how Kendo Editor is loaded on the page. Is it the JS widget or the MVC wrapper? Is it loaded via AJAX or through a normal post back?

Based on the information, I can suggest you to try these possible solutions:

You may need to use both approaches for this to work. 

If none of the suggestions work. Please provide a simple, locally runnable project which to use on my end and examine properly the issue.


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Ianko
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