Hey,

Can you put your code in order to have a better view of your problem?
This kind of request works on IE so it should be a little mistake in
your code. Just put it there and we will try to help you :)

Bye,

Jinsa.

On May 5, 9:27 am, walther diechmann <waltherdiechm...@gmail.com>
wrote:
> Anyone got a take on this issue?
>
> I have a form which gets loaded dynamically and is POST'ed "behind the
> curtains" using a form.request() on the submit button (in an attempt
> to degrade nicely) -
>
> this works in FF, Opera, Chrome and Safari (on Mac and PC) - but IE?
> Noooooo...
>
> On IE the request is received server-side - but with no parameters to
> show for its name <:)
>
> (tried a Ajax.Request with Form.serialize() and that is OK)
>
> Cheers,
> Walther
>
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