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Stack Overflow at line: 0 - Internet Explorer 7

Hello experts,

I am running a terminal server farm, with Internet Explorer 7.0 deployed.
some sites have started coming up with errors. In particular googlemaps, however this is not limited to googlemaps only.

The error is: Stack Overflow at line: 0

I have:
1) Installed new Java
2) Emptied my temp files/history

Please Help
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WitoldRyba
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WitoldRyba
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jamesaskhamCommented:
http://www.dbforums.com/showthread.php?t=910570

Taken from the above link:


Go to Tools | Internet Options | Advanced.
Check the box to Disable script debugging.
Uncheck the box to Display a notification about every script error.

You might want to refresh your scripting engine:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...entid=28001169
or
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...ist/webdev.asp
Windows Script 5.6 for Windows 2000 and XP
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...DisplayLang=en
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WitoldRybaAuthor Commented:
Hi Jamessaskham,

thanks for your reply

I have previously unchecked and checked the boxes as above mentioned.
Also, none of the URLs above work.. ?

thanks for your help

W
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gops1Commented:
Possibility can be the same javascript API getting called in the same file can also give you stack overflow.

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WitoldRybaAuthor Commented:
Gops,

How do I resolve the issue ?

W
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gops1Commented:
Check all js files of javascript functions included in a file. Take them and verify if any function getting duplicated and getting called during onload.

I faced a similar situation when I was using google search API. There was a function named packed(). This function was getting executed onload and by mistake i had included this function in two seperate js files and when these two js files got included in one file, i used to get stackoverflow.
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WitoldRybaAuthor Commented:
gops1

this error comes up only in googlemaps... and haven't really seen it anywhere else..
how would i go about troubleshooting and debugging that ?
W
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gops1Commented:
For this it requires more of manual verification. If it is coming only in a particular page, then check what are the APIs it has included, remove them one by one and see when  you are not getting this error
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jrhollinsCommented:
We have the same problem on our terminal servers. The only way around it is to either up the colour pallet on the client connection to above 256 colours. Which may cause bandwith issues if you are running over a WAN. Or what we had to do which was to install Mozilla Firefox which runs fine with google maps.
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iforceCommented:
That solution worked for me too.  Thanks!
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