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JSF xhtml pages not working with Safari Browser

 
chiranjeevi gunturu
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Hi,
I am using Safari 5.0.4 browser to run my application. One of my xhtml pages (actually a dialog page) is not working.
I have three fields (two text fields and one dropdown) along with Save button on this page. When i entered values and click on Save button it should carry the data to Services class. I am using a Ajax function to call the service class method and then to pass the values entered on the screen.

I could not see any error on browser like a Java script error on IE.
It is working when i tested the application in IE, FireFox and Chrome and values can be see at backend database also.


This ajax function is called by java script on the same page and this java script function is called onClick of Save Button on the dialog page.


Can anyone Please advice me on this. Thanks in advance.
 
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This question is about Javascript, isn't it? The fact that the Javascript was generated by JSF is irrelevant. So let's move the post to a forum which is about Javascript.
 
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Except of course that showing JSF markup in this forum is completely useless.

Please show the raw JavaScript that is causing the problems.
 
chiranjeevi gunturu
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This issue is not related to JAVA Script. The same script and the same XHTML file is working fine with IE, Chrome and FireFox. But not with Safari Browser.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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