Jquery Intellisense not working in VS2008 SP1

Posted on 2012-08-15
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Last Modified: 2012-08-30
Hello Experts,

I have VS2008 IDE, I'm new to Jquery but when trying to work with Jquery, I do not get the Intellisense working in my ASPX page.

I did install the Microsoft Hotfix for VS2008 and also installed SP1 without any issues.And download latest 1.8 ver (Jquery Javascript) from their website and also has jquery-1.2.6-vsdoc.js, under same directory of Jquery 1.8.js file.

When I do SHIFT+CTRL+J , I get the warning as:
Error updating JScript IntelliSense: jquery18.js: Object doesn't support this property or method @ 1257:8	

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Please help.

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Rahul Agarwal earned 750 total points
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I tried all the help pages on the Internet and couldn't fix my problem.What could be the reason??

Please help,its taking up so much time. I don't want to end up doing reinstall of my VS2008 again.
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informaniac earned 750 total points
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What code does this break at: 1257:8. Which is the object it doesn't get?

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It worked all of sudden after reboot.

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