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Code works in IE but not in Firefox

 
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where datatable is the name of a database table. This line of code works fine in IE, but doesnt work inFirefox. The variable is said to be undefined there.
What can i do?
 
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Writing Javascript in a JSP file and having problem with Javascript doesn't make it a JSP problem. There's a HTML/Javascript forum out. Have patience and a moderator will move this topic sooner or later. Good luck with the problem. PS: it would be very helpful to us (and thus also to you!) if you provided an SSCCE of the problem instead of a single nothing-saying line.

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datatable is the name of a database table


HTML and DOM have no notion of accessing databases. Are you using some kind of ActiveX control that can access a database?
 
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If datatable is an HTML table, than you should be using document.getElementById(), if it is something else, we need more context.

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