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Javascript Error in Internet Explorer but works fine in Firefox

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 01, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
Hi All,i was working on one of the project as it is working fine in Firefox but it is giving the javascript exception in internet explorer.Errror:  Error says  "s" is undefined in the s.currencyCode="USD" line but "s" is defined in the external javascript file  s_code.jsCan anyone suggest the solution for this issue:Please find my code where the error is displayed <script type="text/javascript" language="JavaScript" >var s_account="mnsdev"</script><script type="text/javascript" language="JavaScript" src="http://media.world.com/ads/usen/rpt/Omniture/s_code.js"></script><script type="text/javascript" language="JavaScript" >s.currencyCode="USD"s.charSet="ISO-8859-1"s.SEMct = s.getQueryParam('s_kwcid');s.SEMct = s.getValOnce(s.SEMct,'SEM_ct',0);s.clickPast(s.SEMct,'event9','event10');s.SEMvar=s.getQueryParam('s_kwcid');s.SEMdate=new Date;s.SEMdate.setTime(s.SEMdate.getTime()+60*86400000)if(s.SEMvar){s.c_w('SEM_ck','1',s.SEMdate)}s.SEMchk=s.c_r('SEM_ck');if(s.SEMchk&&s.events)s.SEMok='ok';if(s.SEMvar||s.SEMok) s.t()

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