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While Sending Html Mails from my web application Recieved Mails contains Symbols like &ldquo,&rdquo, ‘
Check with another constructor for htmlView: ContentType mimeType = new System.Net.Mime.ContentType("text/html"); var htmlView = AlternateView.CreateAlternateViewFromString(bodyMessage, mimeType);

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

POST a js::array in JSON, got "undefined:undefined"
Looks like you are missing the post request parameter name console.log("preview list. postUsers()"); console.log(Ext.getCmp("preview-container").getUsers()); $.ajax({ url: "url", type: "POST", //send the users using parameter `users` data: { users: Ext.getCmp("preview-container").getUsers()}, dataType: "json", success: function(rst){ switch (rst){ case true: alert("success"); break; case false: alert("failed"); break; } }, });

Categories : Javascript

Qt creator: c++: undefined reference to Class::Function
you should include your cpp file to the project to tell build system (qmake) to compile the given file. When you add myClass.cpp to test project, it gets compiled, otherwise does not. So, when you will not add cpp file to the project, you'll get linker error. Includes are just handled separately When you add new path to INCLUDEPATH, compiler will add that pass to headers search list When you add applicationProjectPath to the include path, compiler will search headers there. It is important, as allows compiler to find myClass.h If you will not add path to headers search list, compiler will not be able to compile your main.cpp and you'll get compilation error. You, however, can just specify (relative) path to your myClass.h in your test-project's main: #include "../applicat

Categories : C++

Notice: Undefined property: User / Fatal error: Call to undefined function mcrypt_create_iv()
You're probably missing the mcrypt PHP extension. If your server runs on Debian / Ubuntu, install it like this... sudo apt-get install php5-mcrypt Then restart your webserver: sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart On other Linux distros, use the appropriate package installer tool. If things still don't work, you may have to enable the mcrypt extension in your php.ini.

Categories : PHP

How to create undefined error but silently pass in the error console
You could use try and catch try{ }catch(e){ } Like this jsfiddle (jQuery not added). Since jQuery is not added in this jsfiddle example it should throw an error in the console, but it doesn't since it's in a try and catch block.

Categories : Javascript

Error: 'Can not get property 'replace' of undefined reference or null' only on IE
Parsing the "background" CSS property must be broken for IE10. repeat-x bottom; / BROKEN */ repeat-x 100px 10px; /* WORKS */ edit If you use bottom you may want to specify the background-position and/or background-attachment properties separately in the css.

Categories : Jquery

Why JSON.stringify giving JSON undefined error?
Put <!DOCTYPE html> at the top of your document (and of course remove any other doctype you might have). Without it, IE10 is in a weird compatibility mode where many "new" features aren't available, for example JSON.

Categories : Javascript

Java: how to pass arguments into constructor? Undefined method error?
Constructor is not just a method: you need to give it the same name as the class, and call it with a new operator, like this: public class Student{ // Declare the fields that you plan to assign in the constructor private int sAge; private String sName; // No return type, same name as the class public Student(int age, String name) { // Assignments should not re-declare the fields sAge = age; sName = name; System.out.println("Student Name: " + sName + " | Student Age: " + sAge); } } // This goes in the main() Student sd = new Student(17, "Jack");

Categories : Java

asp.net jscript Error: Unable to get property 'value' of undefined or null reference
You aren't passing any parameters when calling your client function. Therefore, both of its declared parameters are undefined. You probably want to pass this as a parameter when you call it in the inline event handler.

Categories : C#

JavaScript runtime error Unable to get property 'value' of undefined or null reference
It means that the element with an id of txtUsername doesn't exist. You execute your script before the element is created. You should either put your script at the bottom of the page or use a window.onload = function() {} in which you'll execute your code.

Categories : Javascript

Getting property value is undefined or null error for JavaScript call in Dynamics CRM 2011
First problem is with this line: var navdata = Xrm.Page.getAttribute("new_currentnavclient").getValue; getValue is a method, so the right way is getValue() var navdata = Xrm.Page.getAttribute("new_currentnavclient").getValue(); The second problem is with all the getControl lines, you are using smart quotes “ ” Instead you need to use simple quotation marks, so your code will be: function navenabled() { var navdata = Xrm.Page.getAttribute("new_currentnavclient").getValue(); if (navdata == true) { Xrm.Page.getControl("new_noofusers").setDisabled(true); Xrm.Page.getControl("new_navversion").setDisabled(true); } else { Xrm.Page.getControl("new_noofusers").setDisabled(false); Xrm.Page.getControl("new_navversion").setDisable

Categories : Javascript

Why would X-UA-Compatible IE-Edge fix JSON undefined error
In IE8, JSON is only natively supported in Standards Mode. The meta tag you provided (or the appropriate HTTP header) puts IE8 into Standards Mode, rather than Quirks Mode. In Quirks Mode IE8 does not natively support the JSON object. See also Defining document compatibility.

Categories : Jquery

Error: Notice: undefined index and creates null data when first opens page
You could add javascript code to stop the form submitting if fields are empty, however that doesn't stop someone bypassing those checks and still sending bad data to your script. Also if they don't have javascript running then the checks won't happen. In both cases you need to alter the PHP code to only store data into the database once it has been verified for null and all SQL injection attacks have been protected from. Basically only perform the SQL insert after you have checked that all fields have input and make sure all input is passed through htmlentities() before being inserted into your database. If there are errors in the input I would also reload the form with the original values defaulted and a nice message explaining which fields need to be completed before the form will be

Categories : PHP

JSON is undefined error when using latest jquery version
jQuery 2 does not support IE 8 and older. If you want to support those browsers, use the (still supported) jQuery 1.x branch. — http://jquery.com/browser-support/

Categories : Javascript

Error when trying to check typeof undefined json object
you need to check each property like if(array_from_php && array_from_php.api_description && array_from_php.api_description[mobile_type] && (typeof array_from_php.api_description[mobile_type][action]) != 'undefined') { console.log('defined'); api = array_from_php.api_description[mobile_type][action]; } else { console.log('undefined'); mobile_type = 0; api = array_from_php.api_description[mobile_type][action]; }

Categories : Javascript

Microsoft JScript runtime error: Unable to get value of the property 'innerHTML': object is null or undefined
Most likely this is failing because the following line var panel = document.getElementById("<%=pnlContents.ClientID %>"); Doesn't return a valid element. I would debug it to verify

Categories : Javascript

Microsoft JScript runtime error: Unable to get value of the property 'toLowerCase': object is null or undefined
Change your condition to if (IsReviewable && IsReviewable.toLowerCase() == "true" && currentLocale()=="en-us" ) This will make sure the value is not falsy and only then apply the toLowerCase method

Categories : Jquery

SignalR Hubs: JavaScript runtime error: Unable to get property 'multipleFileHub' of undefined or null reference
It turns out the cause of this issue was because the jquery library was being loaded on the page a second time. There was another javascript library being used in the layout that was inserting the non-minified jquery library on the page after the first minified one. It was hard to find this since the code to insert the other jquery library was not displayed on the layout page. Anyway, just thought I'd let all who read this know that the issue is DEFINITELY related to the jquery library being added after the signalR library. David Fowler, from the above comments, was spot on! Thanks!

Categories : Javascript

upload image from mobile to server and shows JSON is undefined error
I found the issue.. POST and jsonp are not compatible...So it was using the verb GET, but it has size limitation..that's why large image is not uploading... SO I achieved the cross domain call using method CORS and POST and now I am able to uplaod the image to server... Thanks..

Categories : Json

MVC VS2012 jquery.validate.js error in IE: Unable to get property 'call' of undefined or null reference (line 1234)
I installed Bootstrap MVC4 via NuGet when the exact error happened to my app. The latest Bootstrap MVC4 install removes jquery-1.8.2* and installs jquery-1.9.1* as dependencies. jquery.validate was apparently not playing nice with jquery-1.9.1. https://github.com/jzaefferer/jquery-validation states they are not addressing any IE-Compatibility-Mode-related problems (understandably). Trouble is, I was running IE10 - Compatibility Mode off, and I was still getting the error. I added all the latest versions of all the jquery files in my project, removed the older ones from the project, and success in IE!

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

ArcGIS 10.2 Undo after operationbase esri.dijit.editing.Union operation throws undefined or null reference error
If anyone is interested I had to change the following code from: var operation = new esri.dijit.editing.Union({ deleted_graphics: [merge_from_feature], featureLayer: edit_featurelayer, preUpdatedGraphics: new esri.Graphic(original_feature), postUpdatedGraphics: [merge_to_feature] }); to: var operation = new esri.dijit.editing.Union({ deletedGraphics: [merge_from_feature], featureLayer: edit_featurelayer, postUpdatedGraphics: new esri.Graphic(original_feature), preUpdatedGraphics: [merge_to_feature] });

Categories : Javascript

Is there a way to prevent undefined javascript variables from displaying 'undefined' when inserted into html?
Can you use the logical operator || ? array.object.textField1||'' Note: Please do take care of values like 0 or any other falsy values .

Categories : Javascript

PHP: How to pass parameter which may be undefined
It is possible if you declare this argument as reference: function fun(&$param = null) { } Keep in mind, that it will also create this entry if it was not present in passed array, so if you have $x = array('a' => 1); And you will call fun($x['b']);, your $x will look like $x = array('a' => 1, 'b' => null);

Categories : PHP

JavaScript built-in language feature or API function to return undefined when referencing a property of undefined in strict mode
I don't know if this will seem tidy enough for you, but you don't need a function - you can just use && as follows: undefined && undefined.a (Because && returns its left-hand operand if it can be converted to false, otherwise it returns its right-hand operand.)

Categories : Javascript

Undefined or null for AngularJS
My suggestion to you is to write your own utility service. You can include the service in each controller or create a parent controller, assign the utility service to your scope and then every child controller will inherit this without you having to include it. Example: http://plnkr.co/edit/NI7V9cLkQmEtWO36CPXy?p=preview var app = angular.module('plunker', []); app.controller('MainCtrl', function($scope, Utils) { $scope.utils = Utils; }); app.controller('ChildCtrl', function($scope, Utils) { $scope.undefined1 = Utils.isUndefinedOrNull(1); // standard DI $scope.undefined2 = $scope.utils.isUndefinedOrNull(1); // MainCtrl is parent }); app.factory('Utils', function() { var service = { isUndefinedOrNull: function(obj) { return !angular.isDefined(obj) || obj=

Categories : Angularjs

'undefined' variable works as key to object with 'undefined' property name
When you do x.undefined you are setting a property of x called 'undefined'. The fact that it shares a name with undefined (a reserved word variable with writable:false) is coincidence. Later on when you do, console.log(x[y]), you are looking for y in x. Keys of objects are strings, so y is converted to a string. When undefined is converted to a string, it becomes 'undefined'. That's why 'Hello World!' is returned.

Categories : Javascript

ie8 respond.js 'undefined' is null or not an object
I had a similar issue in line 121 (Respond.js 1.3.0). An empty stylesheet was causing the issue and removing it solved the problem. There is not enough information to tell if your case is exactly the same, but you may try and see if it helps.

Categories : Javascript

Breeze.js 1.4.1 properties undefined not null
I just did some simple tests and was unable to repro this. I see navigation properties for my entities as knockout observables in all of my tests after calling createEntity. A couple of ideas; Are you sure that you aren't inadvertantly using the backingStore or backbone model library instead of knockout. via breeze.config.initializeAdapter. applying a different casing to your properties, i.e. via use of breeze.NamingConvention.

Categories : Javascript

Parameter Shows Up As Undefined when I pass it through the function
executiontime = 30000-(tempDate- parseInt(initialTime, 10)); showPopUp(executionTime); you are using two different cases capitalize your T in time javascript is case sensitive.

Categories : Javascript

Unable to get property '1' of undefined or null reference
The error means that the rgb2hex function is being called with an argument that doesn't match the regular expression. The match failure will result in the variable rgb being null, and that code doesn't check for that possibility. Thus the real problem is probably with the code that's calling the function.

Categories : Javascript

javascript undefined not null, not empty issue
They're not equivalent but the third test attachmentId !='undefined' was probably an error (did you want attachmentId !=undefined ?). Another example of difference is that 0 doesn't pass the first test but pass the second one. You must decide what's important to you before you try to write the test. If you know you start with a string and you want to test if it's defined and not empty, then you may use the second test.

Categories : Javascript

jQuery - handling null/undefined responses
Not an answer to the original question, but a workaround that achieves the same result, if anyone is interested. $('#prod').on('click', '.doc', function() { var src = this.value; if (src.match('com$')) { window.open('' + src + ''); } else { var encodedSrc = encodeURIComponent(src); $('#inner').html('<iframe id = dFrame src = http://docs.google.com/viewer?url=' + encodedSrc + '&embedded=true></iframe>'); If the button value is a file, it gets loaded in an iframe via Google viewer on button click; if it's a url, it gets loaded in a new window.

Categories : Jquery

Unable to get property of undefined or null reference IE
The elements don't have time to load in the 1 millisecond interval. You can change the code to this as a workaround to keep the exact same functionality: function transDiv() { var content = document.getElementById('transcontent'); var layer = document.getElementById('translayer'); if (!content || !layer) return; var theheight = content.offsetHeight; layer.style.height=theheight+'px'; window.setTimeout(transDiv, 1); } window.onload = transDiv; However as it appears to be meant to handle resize, just catch the event instead of using timer. Get rid of the window.setTimeout() line and add this below the code: window.onresize = transDiv;

Categories : Javascript

Javascript: method returns undefined when value is not undefined
return out; returns from your "complete" callback and not from checkUrl. checkUrl returns immediately (before the rest.get returns). You need to use a callback to get the value you are looking for: if (program.url) { checkUrl(program.url, program.checks, function(result) { console.log(result); } ); } and var checkUrl = function (url, checksfile, callback) { var checks = loadChecks(checksfile).sort(); rest.get(program.url).on('complete', function(data) { var out = {}; $ = cheerioUrlData(data); for (var ii in checks) { var present = $(checks[ii]).length > 0; out[checks[ii]] = present; } console.log(out); // <<-- This console callback(out); }); };

Categories : Javascript

Undefined variable and Undefined index errors
Use the isset() function before you address keys that you're not sure they exist in an array. For instance: if (isset($_POST['cardNum'])) { echo '<p style="color:green;">Number is valid</p>'; echo '<p style="color:green;">' . getCardNum($_POST['cardNum']) . '</p>'; }

Categories : PHP

Undefined - Trying to pass a value from a form to a JS function using jQuery and getting it very wrong
I think when you create the convert object you're trying to pass variables that don't exist: calcTempTest = new Convert(this.from, this.to, this.units); I'm pretty sure this stands for window at that point and windw.from is undefined. You don't seem to be doing anything with these values anyway so you could change it to: calcTempTest = new Convert(); Maybe the following answer could help you out with what this stands for in JS: Prototypical inheritance - writing up Here is some minimally working code: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>test</title> <script type="text/javascript" src="jquery-1.10.1.js"></script> </head> <body> <div class="form"> <label for="units">Units:</label> <i

Categories : Javascript

IE 10 - Unable to get property 'PageRequestManager' of undefined or null reference:
Browser definition files that shipped with .NET 2.0 and .NET 4 may need to be updated. See the following Microsoft link for details and a hotfix.

Categories : Javascript

SCRIPT5007: Unable to get property 'value' of undefined or null reference
I don't think IE 10 supports acessing elements with the myform.freq.value syntax anymore. The standard way of accessing Elements (this is supported in all browsers including IE) is with the document.getElementById function function buildQueryStr(myform) { //var freq=myform.freq.value; //Getting an error SCRIPT5007: Unable to get property 'value' of undefined or null reference in this line var freq=document.getElementById("freq").value; //some other fields. }

Categories : Javascript

String conversion to undefined/null/number/boolean
This is a simple function which involves the use of a function to evaluate the strings. This way you can remove the part of cases' "switch". Be aware that this handles also assignments to global variables, so I recommend it only if you know anytime where is the source from(don't allow users to use this function!) var convertType = function (value){ try { return (new Function("return " + value + ";"))(); } catch(e) { return value; } }; You can see the jsfiddle here.

Categories : Javascript

Heterogeneous objects in a single URL: are undefined properties set to null?
First and foremost i have not worked with ember-data, but i am pretty sure that properties that are not defined are also sent to the server. I also think, that this is not a good approach on data modeling. I pretty sure you should rather have subclasses of your App.Profile. I would go for something like this: App.Profile = DS.Model.extend({ name : DS.attr('string'), type : DS.attr('string') }); App.User = App.Profile.extend({ email : DS.attr('string'), type : DS.attr('string', {defaultValue : 'user'}) }); App.Company = App.Profile.extend({ vat : DS.attr('string', {defaultValue : 'company'}) }); I guess you can could have one API-Point for all with this approach also, by just defining an API-Endpoint on the level of App.Profile.

Categories : Ember Js



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