followup on an issue with link buttons printing "true"

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by David, Aug 30, 2004.

  1. David

    David Guest

    As I posted below, the issue is, when a link button is pressed, the browser
    blanks out and prints the word "true" on the upper left corner. It happens
    about 70% of the time, so not always. These are what I have observed.

    - With the web application on the target machine, this isn't an issue.
    Everything works fine. Link buttons behave fine. The client is IE on my
    local machine So it couldn't be a problem with my code.

    - With the web application on my development machine (my local machine) and
    with Netscape as my brower, everything is fine.

    Go figure. So the combination of my local IIS and IE are creating problems.
    Thank you Microsoft.

    Is there a way to do a fresh installation of IE? I have XP and had
    installed Service Pack II, after which my IIS hanged, which had to be
    reistalled along with the .NET framework. That was just two days ago.
    Gotta love Microsoft.
     
    David, Aug 30, 2004
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