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Updating legacy CourseBuilder objects into db

Posted on 2004-04-28
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I am updating some legacy CourseBuilder code and pages into a MSSQL backend.

I have insured that the paths are correct for the and in fact all of the graphics show up as they're supposed to.  However when I run the page and select for example an answer on a multiple choice page nothing happens.  When I display the error that the browser shows it reads that the object is undefined.


Anyone have any ideas?
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by:mrichmon
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Can you post a link to the page - your error message/question is pretty vague

Or at least some code...
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Because of the sensitivity of the content and the closed system I can't post a link.

The code is the same as what you get when you create a question in coursebuilder.  The only difference is that I'm storing it in a db and calling it to the page.

The error I'm getting is from the browser.  On the left side of the status bar is turns to a yeild sign and then I can click on it for the dialog box that shows the error message.

When I look at the code it has all of the code blocks there and it shows that the object is being defined at the top.  The only thing that I can think of is that the accompaning js files aren't being seen from the page.  I've tried redefining the location but still nothing.
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mrichmon earned 350 total points
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It sounds like you are testing in IE and getting a javascript error.  If that is the case I recommend installing Mozilla/Netscape/FireFox/etc and then go tothe page and type

javascript:

into the URL and it will bring up the javascript console and will give you a better error message to be tracking down.

Other than that there isn't much any of us can do without some sample code.

I too have sites with sensitive data, but what I have done is modified to sample data and posted that so others could see some code to help.
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