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Well I've recently realised the cause of all this. NIS 2003 adds this script to any page that has JS in it. I am so pissed with them, I mean who do they think they are. Although now that I know what it is this that is destroying my debugging process I can't find anything on their site to disable this intrusive script from being placed in the pages with JS in them. This has really mucked up my debugging.
Anyone got any idea how I can disable this. I've looked everywhere in this product and in the help. I must of overlooked something, any ideas?
window.onerror = SymError;
Thanks for any help with this
I'm on their site now going through the online support they have at the moment.
Sure wish I could find a way to sort this out now.
Here's where I'm at so far:
"Thank you. Your question has been submitted successfully to Symantec Technical Support. We will send an email confirmation to the address you provided; this will acknowledge the receipt of your question and provide you with a tracking number for future reference."
I'll update all the responses I get from Symantec here.
The issue for me was that I get an error when I use Opera's built in validation to submit these pages to the W3C ... because Symantec uses the deprecated "language" attribute in their script tag.
Our site was built with CF, which is very forgiving in that it puts HTML tags in for you if missing, and the site ran fine in both IE and Netscape when tested without NIS installed.
Any feedback is appreciated.
Thanks in advance.