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How to supress "Stop running the script" prompt in IE

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Damodaran
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Damodaran asked on 24 Oct 2012, 03:04 PM
Hi,

I have a tree view control that loads on demand. When i click on one of the nodes, there is an ajax operation that fetches data from server side and populates child nodes for this tree view control. I am getting a "Stop running script" prompt when i attempt to expand the node. I tried the suggestions as per the link below:

http://www.telerik.com/help/aspnet-ajax/treeview-troubleshooting-treeview-script-causes-ie-run-slowly.html

Unfortunately this does not work, please suggest on how do i overcome this issue.

Thanks and regards,
Damodar

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answered on 29 Oct 2012, 11:57 AM
Hello Damodaran,

 
It behavior is a known  issue in the browser itself that is observed because of the slow script reading engine when a large amount of items is passed- because some scripts may take an excessive amount of time to run, Internet Explorer prompts the user to decide whether they would like to continue running the slow script. 

Hope this will explain the issue.

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Plamen
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