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Last post Nov 27, 2012 07:10 PM by mmodrall
Nov 27, 2012 07:10 PM|LINK
There are navigation arrows around the month and year to change the presentation of the days of the month, and the year has an input field that's supposed to be directly editable. Whenever you click on the arrows or edit the year, it's supposed to re-draw
the days-of-the-week layout to match the new year/month. All the code to do the navigation lives in the original parent page's context, not the popup window's.
The weird bug is that if you type anything in the editable year field, it throws a "Call was rejected by callee" in IE at the line
if (this.popupWindow != null && !this.popupWindow.closed)
on the latter clause.
- and only the onkeypress invocation is throwing the callee exception.
From what I can find searching around, it seems generally like the error message indicates that IE thinks this is some kind of cross-domain window exception, but I can't find a lot of details and nothing to explain why the same function call would work in
an href action and not in an onkeypress action.
Anyone have any ideas?