IE Script error related to autodesk dwf file

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Hi bros,

I am developing something for a client and for that I have to link a dwf file on the web page.

During testing, I am facing the following problem.

Internet Explorer Script Error

Internet Explorer Script Error

An error has occurred in the script on this page.

Line:      6539

Char:     11

Error:     Invalid argument.

Code:    0

URL:       file:///C:/Program%20Files/Autodesk/Autodesk%20Desing% 20Review/EComposite/navpane_exe.htm

Do you want to continue running scripts on this page?

                                                                Yes         No

The website is developed in JSP and contains a good code embedded in it. However I debug the page and that contains simple things to show a dwf file on the page, but I still got an error.

I consulted my contractor, but he is the only expert in the design side of Autodesk and didn’t provide any help in this scenario. I do consult with the manual at his office, but as I am not technically an architect, so I don’t know how to get my required information out of the AutoCAD manuals.

Any suggestion will be welcomed.

Answered By 0 points N/A #114275

IE Script error related to autodesk dwf file



If the "Hypertext Template" or simply (.htt) files are damaged, this kind of error might appear on your browser. To resolve your issue do any of the following:
1. Open the folder that produces the error message. In your case, the folder is in this screenshot:

Internet Explorer Script Error

– You should remove the customization you set for this folder. To do this, just open the folder's location. Click "View" and choose "Customize this folder". Select "Remove Customization". Click "Next" and "Finish".

2. You can also refresh the (.htt) files by removing and reinstalling your Windows Desktop Update Component. Just do follow these steps:
– Go to "Start" and select "Control Panel". Choose "Add/Remove" programs. Find "Microsoft Internet Explorer" and choose "Remove Windows Desktop Update". Click "Ok" and reinstall your Windows Internet Explorer.

Thank you for posting!


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