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hey guys i have a problem i have a software where my client bought, now my job is to implement the payment process, but the internal browser throws i java erorr when connecting to a paymeny site?


i asked the payment sites why it is throwing a erorr, they say they support ie7 and above.  and i can not switch off the java error messages

i do not know what to do?

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by:nirdeshsingh
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This usually occurs when there is a problem with the web designers code.  you can turn off the error message. Open internet properties on your pc. Click on the advanced tab. Go to the browsing section and place a check mark next to Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer), Disable script debugging (Other), and Display a notification about every script error. This should solve your problem with the script error warning.


if doesn't work then...You need to work on your script.
Only you can do this until you provide a code for connectivity and payment gateway.
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by:JCWEBHOST
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my script? i have no access to https://www.vsc
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by:Roopesh Reddy
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Hi,

Are you using IE6? If yes, then upgrade to IE8. Microsoft recommends XP users to upgrade to IE8, which will solve your problem!

Moreover, IE6 is faded out and Microsoft is not supporting it!

I think with IE8, you shouldn't be having any problems according to the Payment site!

Moreover, try with Firefox or Chrome!

Hope it helps u...
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by:JCWEBHOST
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i am using IE8 but this is a windows appication which i never program, all i know it is using IE7 and .net frame 3.5 and it is a internall browser
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by:Roopesh Reddy
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Hi,

Then add this META to the page -

<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=8">

Open in new window


Hope it helps u...
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by:JCWEBHOST
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but i did a responds.redirct(""); with a http post to post the values to the paymeny website.
i cant place a meta tage on they page?

my website is www.bkphotobooks.co.za and when i post it goes to https://www.vsc.co.za
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thanks
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