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Jan B. Ferguson
Posted: 02/18/2001, 5:22 PM

Hi!

I purchased Code Charge the first day it was available. I began working with
it but had to finish a few other programming projects first. Yesterday, I
came back to Code Charge and began having problems with EVERY example
provided by your company.

These problems had not appeared when I first tried the product after
purchasing and registering it. I have not installed any new programs
recently which might be interfering with it. I uninstalled Code Charge and
tried reinstalling it/re-registering it yesterday but to no avail.

The errors are the same no matter which sample .ccs I try. The example .ccs
will load and appear to be fie until you open up the "Pages" option. When
you click on ANY page, it will give the following errors (again, they are
the same for EVERY page, every .ccs example).

Internet Explorer Script Error
Line: 1
Char: 22
Error: Expected ")"
Code: 0
URL: about:blank

It then asks if I want to continue using scripts on this page. When you
click "Yes" the next error comes up.

Internet Explorer Script Error
Line: 1
Char: 24
Error: Expected ")"
Code: 0
URL: about:blank

It then asks if I want to continue using scripts on this page. When you
click "Yes" the next error comes up.

Internet Explorer Script Error
Line: 1
Char: 21
Error: Expected ":"
Code: 0
URL: about:blank

Finally it will give the error message saying,

A Runtime Error has occurred.
Do you wish to debug?
Error: Object Required

If I click "Yes" it will open the Microsoft Script Editor and give a last
error that the source file couldn't be found.

What has happened with my Code Charge installation? As I mentioned, it was
working when I first purchased it. Now I have the time to work with it and I
can't. I am particularly interested in the RegForm .ccs as I want to be able
to run something like this on my web site.

Thanks in advance...

Jan Ferguson
Data Software Solutions, Inc.


CodeCharge
Posted: 02/19/2001, 3:10 AM

A Patch for this issue has been emailed to you.

"Jan B. Ferguson" <janf@datasoftware.net> wrote in message
news:96psgq$2ul$1@news.codecharge.com...
> Hi!
>
> I purchased Code Charge the first day it was available. I began working
with
> it but had to finish a few other programming projects first. Yesterday, I
> came back to Code Charge and began having problems with EVERY example
> provided by your company.
>
> These problems had not appeared when I first tried the product after
> purchasing and registering it. I have not installed any new programs
> recently which might be interfering with it. I uninstalled Code Charge and
> tried reinstalling it/re-registering it yesterday but to no avail.
>
> The errors are the same no matter which sample .ccs I try. The example
..ccs
> will load and appear to be fie until you open up the "Pages" option. When
> you click on ANY page, it will give the following errors (again, they are
> the same for EVERY page, every .ccs example).
>
> Internet Explorer Script Error
> Line: 1
> Char: 22
> Error: Expected ")"
> Code: 0
> URL: about:blank
>
> It then asks if I want to continue using scripts on this page. When you
> click "Yes" the next error comes up.
>
> Internet Explorer Script Error
> Line: 1
> Char: 24
> Error: Expected ")"
> Code: 0
> URL: about:blank
>
> It then asks if I want to continue using scripts on this page. When you
> click "Yes" the next error comes up.
>
> Internet Explorer Script Error
> Line: 1
> Char: 21
> Error: Expected ":"
> Code: 0
> URL: about:blank
>
> Finally it will give the error message saying,
>
> A Runtime Error has occurred.
> Do you wish to debug?
> Error: Object Required
>
> If I click "Yes" it will open the Microsoft Script Editor and give a last
> error that the source file couldn't be found.
>
> What has happened with my Code Charge installation? As I mentioned, it was
> working when I first purchased it. Now I have the time to work with it and
I
> can't. I am particularly interested in the RegForm .ccs as I want to be
able
> to run something like this on my web site.
>
> Thanks in advance...
>
> Jan Ferguson
> Data Software Solutions, Inc.
>
>
>

Jan B. Ferguson
Posted: 02/19/2001, 3:44 AM

The patch worked great! Thanks for the quick response.

Jan


"CodeCharge" <support@codecharge.com> wrote in message
news:96quva$3k8$1@news.codecharge.com...
> A Patch for this issue has been emailed to you.
>
> "Jan B. Ferguson" <janf@datasoftware.net> wrote in message
>news:96psgq$2ul$1@news.codecharge.com...
> > Hi!
> >
> > I purchased Code Charge the first day it was available. I began working
> with
> > it but had to finish a few other programming projects first. Yesterday,
I
> > came back to Code Charge and began having problems with EVERY example
> > provided by your company.
> >
> > These problems had not appeared when I first tried the product after
> > purchasing and registering it. I have not installed any new programs
> > recently which might be interfering with it. I uninstalled Code Charge
and
> > tried reinstalling it/re-registering it yesterday but to no avail.
> >
> > The errors are the same no matter which sample .ccs I try. The example
> .ccs
> > will load and appear to be fie until you open up the "Pages" option.
When
> > you click on ANY page, it will give the following errors (again, they
are
> > the same for EVERY page, every .ccs example).
> >
> > Internet Explorer Script Error
> > Line: 1
> > Char: 22
> > Error: Expected ")"
> > Code: 0
> > URL: about:blank
> >
> > It then asks if I want to continue using scripts on this page. When you
> > click "Yes" the next error comes up.
> >
> > Internet Explorer Script Error
> > Line: 1
> > Char: 24
> > Error: Expected ")"
> > Code: 0
> > URL: about:blank
> >
> > It then asks if I want to continue using scripts on this page. When you
> > click "Yes" the next error comes up.
> >
> > Internet Explorer Script Error
> > Line: 1
> > Char: 21
> > Error: Expected ":"
> > Code: 0
> > URL: about:blank
> >
> > Finally it will give the error message saying,
> >
> > A Runtime Error has occurred.
> > Do you wish to debug?
> > Error: Object Required
> >
> > If I click "Yes" it will open the Microsoft Script Editor and give a
last
> > error that the source file couldn't be found.
> >
> > What has happened with my Code Charge installation? As I mentioned, it
was
> > working when I first purchased it. Now I have the time to work with it
and
> I
> > can't. I am particularly interested in the RegForm .ccs as I want to be
> able
> > to run something like this on my web site.
> >
> > Thanks in advance...
> >
> > Jan Ferguson
> > Data Software Solutions, Inc.
> >
> >
> >
>
>


   


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