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SF_TOOLBAR undefined javascript error

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68873 Oct 4,2007 08:48 AM UTC Jul 18,2008 04:43 PM UTC ASP.NET Web Forms (Classic) 3
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michael iacoviello
Asked On October 4, 2007 08:48 AM UTC

Has anyone seen this?

I have a toolbar in a usercontrol, embedded in a master page content page.

The toolbar appears, but does not function and the error SF_TOOLBAR is undefined is in the javascript errors.

I looked into the source for the page and it appears some generated script is trying to create an instance of a SF_TOOLBAR class but can't find it.

Any help would be appreciated.

Mike

michael iacoviello
Replied On October 5, 2007 11:14 PM UTC

This is a result of microsoft web extensions not being installed.

Install Microsoft web extensions and add the info to your web.config (httphandlers, httpmodules) and it will fix this/these problems.

Installing these extensions also fixes issues with ajax not functioning on components.

Michael Iacoviello

>Has anyone seen this?

I have a toolbar in a usercontrol, embedded in a master page content page.

The toolbar appears, but does not function and the error SF_TOOLBAR is undefined is in the javascript errors.

I looked into the source for the page and it appears some generated script is trying to create an instance of a SF_TOOLBAR class but can't find it.

Any help would be appreciated.

Mike

Kathy Gray
Replied On January 7, 2008 06:39 AM UTC

Where do I find the info for web.config that you mention?

>This is a result of microsoft web extensions not being installed.

Install Microsoft web extensions and add the info to your web.config (httphandlers, httpmodules) and it will fix this/these problems.

Installing these extensions also fixes issues with ajax not functioning on components


michael iacoviello
Replied On July 18, 2008 04:43 PM UTC

Great, this took care of the problem.

>Where do I find the info for web.config that you mention?

>This is a result of microsoft web extensions not being installed.

Install Microsoft web extensions and add the info to your web.config (httphandlers, httpmodules) and it will fix this/these problems.

Installing these extensions also fixes issues with ajax not functioning on components




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