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Error - 'commonbehav' is undefined

Hi,


We have a web application that uses Aspose 7.0.
In this system we have provided an option to generate an excel file for selected data.
But some users, when try to generate this excel they get an error message as below;
Error - ‘commonbehav’ is undefined

Also see the attached image users are getting on their screen.
We have already read the article from the below link and also checked all the settings in appSetting config file.
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Please suggest a solution.

Hi Pradnya,

Thanks for your posting and using Aspose.Cells.

Please let us know which component you are using?

1 - Aspose.Cells for .NET
2 - Aspose.Cells for GridWeb.

Also, this error does not seem to be related to Aspose.Cells, it looks Internet Explorer error.

Please download and try the latest version: Aspose.Cells for .NET (Latest Version) and see if makes any difference and resolves this issue.

If your error still occurs, then please provide us some simple application causing this error for us, so that we could investigate this issue and if it is some bug, fix it accordingly.

Thanks for your cooperation.

Thank you for reply.


You are right. We are using Aspose.Grid.Web.

But the error description itself says its regarding ‘commonbehav’. We have this name of javascript file as well as function. Please see attached image.

It will great if you help us in this issue.

Thanks in advance.

Hi Pradnya,

Thanks for your posting and using Aspose.Cells for GridWeb.

I have checked the latest GridWeb acw_client directory files and did not find any commonbehav.js file there.

Is this file created by you or is it shipped with Aspose.Cells for GridWeb?

Kindly provide some sample web application that replicates this issue with the latest GridWeb version so that we could report this issue to development team for a fix.

I have attached the latest Aspose.Cells for .NET (Latest Version) for you to download and use.