Greetings, Genady Sergeev the Telerik team If you want to get updates on new releases, tips and tricks and sneak peeks at our product labs directly from the developers working on I'd definitely donate to this superb blog! Still trying to determine what exactly in the js file IE doesn't like. What is the exchange interaction? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6261256/script1014-invalid-character
Try setting the OutputCompression property to disabled. Oddly enough, the program worked fine in both browsers for two years. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms537628(v=vs.85).aspx Edit: Answer in comments - cleared browser cache.
It seems the browser is not able to decompress the compressed js files Questions 1. It sounds like there are some IE settings that are causing the extra compression, but only for the select few users. I'll update my answer to reflect it. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie9-windows_7/getting-invalid-character-error-in-internet/870d364e-159f-4c2b-944d-be8dfd7360aa That didn't even occur to me since I hadn't ever opened it in IE before, actually hadn't even opened IE at all since last OS-reinstallation. –Clox Feb 12 '13 at 14:19
Have you ever encountered the below error?
Line: 2 Char: 1 Error: Invalid character Code: 0 URL: ...
You can try adding this to your page and see if it works: or you can set the 'local intranet' zone to low and disable protected Later update: This was tested on IE6. Hope this helps. Json.parse Invalid Character What could make an area of land be accessible only at certain times of the year?
Why did this become a problem now? #6 (permalink) 08-08-2011, 02:54 PM Rukbat Contributing Member Latest Blog:None Join Date: 08-08-11 Location: Long Island, NY, USA Posts: 287 more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Why is IE giving me this error? navigate here Seems like a problem from local.
worked great. Or are you trying to find a useful tool to debug under IE specifically ? JFR Adrian January 29, 2009 at 10:36 am Reply Actually I tried it, but it's not by far the same experience as with Venkman in Firefox. Share this:FacebookTwitterMoreLinkedInGoogleEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading...
They all need to match each other. And just like what dvae said, line 202 is not always line 202, maybe IE read it as line 202 but with your text editor with word wrapping on, it's not.Click adrian's blog Web and Software Home About CV Citat de TudorArghezi Software Home > Web > !u@#!^$ "Invalid character" IEerror !u@#!^$ "Invalid character" IEerror January 28, 2009 Adrian Leave a comment share|improve this answer answered Oct 22 '12 at 20:23 cngodles 198110 1 This answer fixed my instance of this issue. –BigPigVT Feb 21 '13 at 12:54 1 You cannot
Casey Genady Sergeev Admin 1595 posts Posted 24 May 2012 Link to this post Hello Chris, Thank you for sharing this resolution with the community. No js files missing either. Want to make things right, don't know with whom What is the purpose of keepalive.aspx? I skeptically cleared cache like you suggested, then refreshed and it instantly fixed it.
See how to integrate our AJAX controls seamlessly in SharePoint 2007/2010 visiting our common SharePoint portal. and you will get the error because you have a path/filename that is not found. You can target relevant areas of the site and show ads based on geographical location of the user if you wish. Thanks in advance.
I have no idea - other than make sure the file is there! Any ideas why this would be impacting some users and not others? See how to integrate our AJAX controls seamlessly in SharePoint 2007/2010 visiting our common SharePoint portal. When I right-clicked -> Properties on the local file I was loading in IE8: file://local/path/to/file.html … there was a new section (i had never seen before) just below the "Attributes (read
Adrian January 29, 2009 at 10:55 am Reply Neither.