0 Replies Latest reply on Aug 9, 2016 12:19 PM by fredwsys

    Crystal Reports 11 Run-times; Win7; IE11 (Getting Error)

    fredwsys Rookie

      Hi All,

       

      After a search here, I found nothing to help me with an issue. A user has CR11 installed on a server and the reports run fine, On Win7 workstations, running IE11 (version 11.0.9600.18314), and with the CR11 run-times installed, we get the following error when using an "arrow" in a date picker control that opens in an IE dialog:

       

      SCRIPT1733: The tag is invalid.  NOTE: This error is followed by message box (titled: Crystal Report Viewer) containing "This field name is not known".

       

      In IE11, I open the developer tools to look at the error to grab more information and found these:

       

      SCRIPT1733: The tag is invalid.

       

      File: calendartop.html, Line: 1, Column: 1

      SCRIPT1733: The tag is invalid.

       

      File: calendartop.html, Line: 1, Column: 1

       

      1. CALENDARTOP.HTML

      <!-- saved from url=(0017)http://localhost/ --><html>          <head>                   <meta http-equiv=content-type content="text/html; charset=utf-8">          </head>          <body>                   <script language="javascript">                             document.write(parent.parent.opener.calDocTop);                   </script>          </body></html>---------------------

      1. CALENDAR.HTML

      <!-- saved from url=(0017)http://localhost/ -->

      <HTML>

      <HEAD>

      <META http-equiv=content-type="text/html; charset=utf-8">

      <TITLE>Business Objects</TITLE>

      </HEAD>

       

      <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript">

       

          //newWin = window;

          // USE THE JAVASCRIPT-GENERATED DOCUMENTS (calDocTop, calDocBottom) IN THE FRAMESET

          calDocFrameset =

      "<FRAMESET ROWS='70,*' FRAMEBORDER='0'>\n" +

              "  <FRAME NAME='topCalFrame' SRC='calendartop.html' SCROLLING='no'>\n" +

              "  <FRAME NAME='bottomCalFrame' SRC='calendarbottom.html' SCROLLING='no'>\n" +

      "</FRAMESET>\n";

       

      document.write(calDocFrameset);

       

      </SCRIPT>

      </HTML>

       

      We've tried Compatibility Mode and we've made sure that scripting is enabled in the IE settings. What is causing these errors? This "does" run fine on the server.

       

      Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.

       

      Best regards - Fred