I have a site which I've been implementing MS Ajax a little at a time for the past year. I have been trying to clean it up and implement some of the best practices which I know I should have done in the first place. So last night, I went to the web.config file on my production server and changed the <compilation debug="true" /> to say debug="false". This supposedly will allow better script & resource caching, but since the web application was built in debug mode, I'll still get the detailed exception stack traces which are so helpful in finding errors.
After changing the compilation debug="false", I am now getting the following error from the pages of my site which have implemented MS Ajax:
'Sys$WebForms$PageRequestManager$_getScrollPosition' is undefined
Changing that compilation debug switch was the only thing that has changed since yesterday when I was not getting these errors. Everything else seems to work correctly, and I am catching this error and reporting it correctly without displaying the error to the user. However, my inbox is getting flooded with these errors which seem completely unnecessary.
Anybody seen this before? Obviously, I can flip that switch back to
View Complete Post