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Silverlight app goes blank after browser refresh

Posted on 2009-06-29
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Go to site mail.hallmarkstone.com/ExternalSL.
It should come up fine.
Then, click your browser refresh button (I'm using IE 8) and the page goes blank.
How to I keep the page from going blank on refresh?
Thanks,
Reese
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by:peterdungan
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The link does not work for me (page cannot be found)
Is your application using webservices? If so you should install web development helper and/or fiddler to identify any problems that may be in the webservices, if you have not done so already. I have encountered similar issues that were down to webservice bugs as I recall.
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Thanks for the response.
We found a workaround and published the site to www.hallmarkstone.com.
We do use WCF web services, but I don't really think that is the problem.  I used fiddler and was able to narrow the problem down to a Javascript section, but I still never put my finger on the exact problem.
Thanks,
Reese
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