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Web Page JScript runs ok on my Local XP IIS server but not on live Web host

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Hi I am using some java script on some pages to rotate some images.. the java is contained within linked files using the following syntax

<script type="text/javascript" src="../functions.js"></script>

all works well on my development PC which is just a plain old XP Pro desktop running its on locall IIS.  but when I publish the pages to my host I get script errors telling me that;

Error 'Fader' is undefined

I dont understand why when the scripts run just fine on my local PC.  Ive checked that all the relevant files are uploaded to the correct place etc.. could this be a permissions thing??

any advice greatly received as am getting desperate!
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problem solved it was file permissions.
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