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Where's the 0xBEEF? I have just test with jquery-1.11.0-beta2.js and I had the same SCRIPT70: Permission denied error. All rights reserved. But I think it is a major design flaw to cache the document object.
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Incoming Links Re: Unexpected error... in Firefox no problem Reply chetan.sarod... accessing the site with a URL not correctly defined in AAM). –Evariste Jan 3 at 16:14 I have seen this same behavior recently on a site collection that used
Basicly we have an iframe that either gets reloaded (because a form (post) submit has happend), or gets redirected to a different page. (note, all pages we load in the iframe Ie Permission Denied Maybe my project is to blame as well because I reuse the jQuery object (sometimes) between frames. Hopefully you are testing with our betas, because both this issue and its sister #14535 have already been resolved. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5352057/script70-permission-denied-ie9 The variable caches a document object that becomes obsolete when the iframes is reloaded and Internet Explorer throws SCRIPT70: Permission denied.
comment:16 in reply to: ↑ 15 Changed 3 years ago by anonymous Replying to dmethvin: You can't call .attr() on a window, it's only for DOM elements. Jquery Permission Denied To Access Property Document The change to the Registry folder fixed the behavior within Tableau Server version 8.1.6 for my client. Output the Hebrew alphabet "Surprising" examples of Markov chains What does 'tirar los tejos' mean? try it here: t1318.greatnet.de/ietest/test.html –rallex Jun 2 '10 at 18:28 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote I can reproduce it; to "reset" the page to get the error again,
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I've tried to to deploy it on a fresh farm - same problem. –radekskl Jan 4 at 7:16 I've noticed that not all forms has the same problem, but this content Besides I've tried to deploy this on several other farms with the same effect. –radekskl Jan 4 at 7:14 @SPArchaeologist This site collection uses original master page, haven't modified After seeing many blogs about the said error, I tried to programmatically remove the TinyMce text editor object then triggered the redirection. The variable caches a document object that becomes obsolete when the iframes is reloaded and Internet Explorer throws SCRIPT70: Permission denied. Script70 Permission Denied Iframe
What I have pieced together is that it is likely to be a 'kill switch' that Microsoft elected to implement in the event an exploit was found for the Cross Document http://caniuse.com/#feat=x-doc-messaging Not the complete story. Can a nuclear detonation on Moon destroy life on Earth? weblink In my answer I was referring to manipulating the DOM using the objects returned by document.getElementById and $('selector') not the functions themselves. –Dion Sep 27 at 3:03 add a comment| Your
For instance I type the URL in the adress line and let IE load the page. Jquery Sizzle Permission Denied How to improve this plot? hkey_local_machine\software\microsoft\internet explorer\main\featurecontrol\feature_protocol_lockdown hkey_local_machine\software\microsoft\internet explorer\main\featurecontrol\feature_internet_shell_folders share|improve this answer answered May 29 '13 at 13:18 makriria 36218 add a comment| up vote -2 down vote If you run a 64-bit OS, make sure
Then we were able to perform a .find() in this object and get the value, without having that annoying permission denied error in IE...