Weird behavior on page

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by David Rose, Dec 8, 2003.

  1. David Rose

    David Rose Guest

    I am starting to work on an existing ASP.NET application. A number of
    things do not work:

    1) A trace statement in Page_Load() does not appear in the trace output.
    2) The statement
    Me.CheckBoxXXX.Attributes.Add("onclick", "OnClickXXX();")
    does not add the attribute.
    3) An object that I wrote to set the focus to a control by generating
    JavaScript shows up correctly with Intellisense, but does not generate the
    code on the page. I have used this object a number of times before without
    a problem.

    At the present, I do not have debugging privileges on the server.
    Where can I look to track these things down?

    TIA

    David Rose
    David Rose, Dec 8, 2003
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  2. David Rose

    David Rose Guest

    If anyone is interested, I seem to have found the problem...

    Seems to be a bug in VisualStudio. The dll is not copied from the cache to
    the web server after the build. After manually deleting the dll a couple of
    times, it seems to be working correctly - moving the dll over after each
    build.


    "David Rose" <> wrote in message
    news:#...
    > I am starting to work on an existing ASP.NET application. A number of
    > things do not work:
    >
    > 1) A trace statement in Page_Load() does not appear in the trace output.
    > 2) The statement
    > Me.CheckBoxXXX.Attributes.Add("onclick", "OnClickXXX();")
    > does not add the attribute.
    > 3) An object that I wrote to set the focus to a control by generating
    > JavaScript shows up correctly with Intellisense, but does not generate the
    > code on the page. I have used this object a number of times before

    without
    > a problem.
    >
    > At the present, I do not have debugging privileges on the server.
    > Where can I look to track these things down?
    >
    > TIA
    >
    > David Rose
    >
    >
    David Rose, Dec 9, 2003
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