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Javascript - Error: Object expected Code: 0

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On some of the computers we are getting error "Javascript - Error: Object expected Code: 0"
for our web applicaiton in IE 6 browser. On others it's working fine.
Can you please tell me what could be the issue?

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Question by:KAVINASH1313
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by:QPR
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How could we help without knowing what the application is or what it does?
Have you considered upgrading IE6 to something not so old? Your application may use something that it expects to be in a more modern browser
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Mike D earned 25 total points
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Your referencing an object in your JS that isn't supported by IE.

Check here
http://www.quirksmode.org/compatibility.html

Greets

JD
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You don't have native JSON support on IE6
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