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"netscape"
Posted by rm1108 on Jan-04-00 at 10:55 AM (EST)
I am able to run my shop on IExplorer, but it locks up on Netscape. Any solutions or suggestions?
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browser locking up, charlie edmunds, Jan-04-00, (1)
Netscape, R Matuszak, Jan-06-00, (2)
directories, R Matuszak, Jan-06-00, (3)
locking up, charlie edmunds, Jan-06-00, (4)
response to url, R Matuszak, Jan-11-00, (5)
urls, charlie edmunds, Jan-11-00, (6)
Unable to open order error, R Matuszak, Jan-11-00, (7)
Netscape, charlie edmunds, Jan-11-00, (8)
Thanks for the help!, R Matuszak, Jan-12-00, (9)

 

 
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1 . "browser locking up"
Posted by charlie edmunds on Jan-04-00 at 06:19 PM (EST)
What browser version are you having trouble with? All Netscape or just one version? What version of uShop are you using? Are you getting any error messages?

Take a look at your codebase parameter. This info is from our reference site:

http://www.uburst.com/uShop/reference/codebase.html

Charlie Edmunds
Microburst Technologies, Inc

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2 . "Netscape"
Posted by R Matuszak on Jan-06-00 at 09:05 AM (EST)
I am using Netscape V4.61 and UShop V2.0.
On Netscape, when I run my code, it says:
uSopInputMultiple.class is open, initialized, and cart is running, but, the list never shows up on the browser. It seems to work on IE.
Thanks
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3 . "directories"
Posted by R Matuszak on Jan-06-00 at 09:51 AM (EST)
Note:
I also have all of the html files and all of the UShop classes in the same directory.
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4 . "locking up"
Posted by charlie edmunds on Jan-06-00 at 06:20 PM (EST)
Can you send me an url so I can look at your site?

Thanks, Charlie

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5 . "response to url"
Posted by R Matuszak on Jan-11-00 at 12:36 PM (EST)
I sent you an email with two url's to check out, have you looked at them, yet?
Thanks,
RM
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6 . "urls"
Posted by charlie edmunds on Jan-11-00 at 06:18 PM (EST)
R Matuszak,

Yep, I got them and looked at them. There is no netscape specific problem with the applet (that we know of). Usually there is a misplaced comma (something subtle) that IE will deal with but Netscape won't. I looked at them but didn't find anything wrong with them yet.

Charlie Edmunds

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7 . "Unable to open order error"
Posted by R Matuszak on Jan-11-00 at 06:56 PM (EST)
Thanks for looking!
I am now getting an error, when I try to send my order:
File Error

Unable to open ./orders/U2006752409
Can you help with that?

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8 . "Netscape"
Posted by charlie edmunds on Jan-11-00 at 07:32 PM (EST)
I got the single applet to run in Netscape by removing the extra comma you had at the end the Whirlpool (last line) just before the double quote. I'll let you troubleshoot the other file but the problem is probably very similar. The syntax needs to be exactly like the example.

Charlie Edmunds

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9 . "Thanks for the help!"
Posted by R Matuszak on Jan-12-00 at 01:22 AM (EST)
I will check everything closely,
and please remove my last message about the orders, etc not found. I have the "order" option working now!
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