Hi, Is your application running on some kind of intranet network?
This seems close to an issue we got with IE9 and I wouldn't be surprised if the issue was already present on IE8. Basically, (and for some reason only known from MS), when on a "Trusted Site" IE9 revert to compatibility mode, which from what we've seen is mostly "IE6 mode". If your issue is an "IE6 bug", that would explain why it is back on IE8. Sadly, there is no way to force IE9 to use its native (more) W3C compliant from the server (if somebody knows a way, please post it :o) ) but it is possible using menu options to change this. Have a look here: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ie/archive/2009/06/17/compatibility-view-and-smart-defaults.aspx Eric On Dec 16, 11:47 am, Phil Petree <phil.pet...@gmail.com> wrote: > Unless you're getting paid by the hour, you loose nothing by temporarily > trying a later version of prototype. Try eliminating the easy stuff before > working on the hard and you'll avoid that headslap moment that comes when > you realize you wasted two weeks for nothing. > On Dec 15, 2011 3:35 PM, "web_dev_ajax" <lily.o...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > > > > > Thanks for the suggestion. That's an option that we plan to do with > > the next Production release. Unfortunately, we have release cycles > > that we have to adhere to and in the mean time, the client is unhappy > > with getting these 12XXX status code errors. I have also done a diff > > between version 1.4.0 and 1.7.0 and I don't see any differences that I > > believe may help with these 12XXX status errors, but we won't know > > until we do a release and see if the errors are still occurring. > > > I do have an update - it seems that ALL the users at the client shop > > are now getting the 12XXX status code errors on IE8 (12019 and 12152 > > so far). The client shop claims that it's happening about once an > > hour. > > > Thanks to some leads from Khan (http://groups.google.com/group/google- > > web-toolkit/browse_thread/thread/f8059139eab52ccf), I'm now trying to > > monitor the requests and responses to see if there's a pattern to > > these seemingly intermittent errors, specifically request header > > content-length that doesn't match the request body length. > > > Still, if anyone has any ideas or suggestions, I'd appreciate hearing > > from you. Thanks. > > > On Dec 15, 1:55 pm, Phil Petree <phil.pet...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > I would try using a later version of proto on just that page. > > > On Dec 15, 2011 1:43 PM, "web_dev_ajax" <lily.o...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > I have a B2B web application that is developed on Struts JSP using > > > > Prototype JS library (version 1.4.0) for AJAX. I have a client running > > > > my application on IE8. She is intermittently getting the http status > > > > code of 12019 (this is an IE specific status code for > > > > ERROR_INTERNET_INCORRECT_HANDLE_STATE). She is the only person in the > > > > client shop that gets the error and she cannot consistently reproduce > > > > the error. However, after she gets the error, she can close her > > > > browser and logs in again to go to the same page as before and not get > > > > the error. > > > > > Initially the client shop was on IE6 SP2 and all the users got the > > > > error 12019 intermittently also. After researching on the internet, we > > > > recommended that they upgrade to IE8 to see if the error is resolved > > > > because error 12019 is widely associated with IE6. Now that everyone > > > > in the client shop has upgraded to IE8, and after about 2 months after > > > > the upgrade, one user is beginning to get the error 12019 again. We > > > > have been unable to reproduce the error under various scenarios in > > > > Development. > > > > > One more thing to add, in one instance, the user that was getting the > > > > 12019 error code also got an exception message coming back from the > > > > AJAX call. The exception message is: System error: -2146697208. > > > > > Googling this exception message indicates that it is tied to the error > > > > "The download of the specific resource has failed." The same message > > > > has been seen before by the same client when they were on IE6, but on > > > > IE6, they saw the explicit message rather than the exception code. > > > > > Does anyone have this similar problem or know of a fix or know of a > > > > way for me to reproduce this in order to find a solution? > > > > > Any help is appreciated. 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