I am seeing a lot of: jscript runtime error: 'this.nav.top.style' is null or not an object error.
Is this a known problem?
Is there a solution?
This means the client-side object has lost the reference to the DOM placeholder.
This happens if you try to use a control that has been disposed by calling .dispose() on the client side.
Let me know if this is not the case.
As far as I am aware, there aren't any explicit ".dispose()" calls on the daypilot controls which are in use.
1. What is the version of the DLL that you are using?
2. Is the control inside an UpdatePanel?
I am using DayPilot.dll v8.1.3469.1..
Yes, I am using UpdatePanels throughout the application to provide a more fluid UX.
Also: we are currently using IE8, .Net Framework 4.0 .. Plans are in place to go to IE11... Could that be a contributing factor?
.. I also note that in Firefox Nightly, the errors are fewer.
When exactly does it happen? Is it during any specific action?
Apologies, I can't be specific as I can't narrow things down..
I think that it is either with the Daypilot Menu control or the DayPilot Calendar control
I am using an Ajax Update Panel.. Could that be a part of the problem?
I mean, does it happen on the initial page load or after some user action (clicking something....)?
The best thing would be if you were able to reproduce it using a simple standalone page... So I can reproduce the issue.
I'm also getting this on resizing the screen or scrolling.