Upgrade to Q2 2010 from Q1 2010 Is Causing AJAX Calls To Fail

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  1. Andrew Buxton
    Andrew Buxton avatar
    15 posts
    Member since:
    Apr 2010

    Posted 05 Aug 2010 Link to this post

    Hi,

    Yesterday I upgraded the application I'm working on from Q1 2010 (2010.1.519.40) to Q2 2010 (2010.2.713.40) and the AJAX calls began failing. The error was thrown in the Microsoft AJAX client library. If I switch from the new Q2 dll to the previous Q1 dll, the application begins working once again. I'd like nothing more than to bug hunt this one, but that time isn't available on the project at the moment so I'll have to stick with the previous version for now.

    I currently have AJAX tooltips enabled in the application and when I cause the show event to fire I receive the client-side error -

    Line: 5170
    Error: Object required

    I believe this is AJAX wide in my application as the RadGrids I am using have stopped rebinding when an AJAX rebind is requested by the client.  The client-side debugger reports the error line is in the MicrosoftAjax.js file.

    Hope this helps in one way or another,


    Andy.
  2. Sebastian
    Admin
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    9934 posts

    Posted 05 Aug 2010 Link to this post

    Hello Andrew,

    This is indeed a odd issue and unfortunately from the provided details I am not able to determine the exact cause of it. To progress in our investigation, I suggest you prepare a stripped working version of your project and send it enclosed to a regular support ticket. We will debug it locally and will get back to you with our findings.

    You may also test your configuration beforehand with the latest internal build (LIB) available under your Telerik account to compare the results.

    Kind regards,
    Sebastian
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