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I have a website built in visual studio 2010 and asp.net 4.0

I have a database form that works fine with prior version of the browser, but for the people who have Explorer 10 they are unable to update the database.  When they click on the link nothing happens.  If they go to compatibility view it works fine.
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by:deanvanrooyen
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what are you talking about here:
-they are unable to update the database/they click on the link

is this a form that is posting to the server?

You need to get IE 10 so you can test and fix it... then you can post up a more detailed script error or stack trace, this is the best way for us to help you...
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by:bidgadget
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Thank you.  They cant edit the database or form or just does nothing. Off you run ie in capability view it works fine
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isolate where the issue is...

is it the browser throwing script errors, or is the browser actually posting data?
Get fiddler running and check if there is any traffic whatsover. If not, then F12 and get developer tools running and check out the console output from the script panel, you will likely see errors in here is there are script errors...
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by:bidgadget
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Really no errors.   It seems to be only with ie 10.  Works fine in debug and with other browsers.
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