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Printed Date: 18-Sep-2021 at 1:40pm

Topic: Nuget Sample error
Posted By: kaanse
Subject: Nuget Sample error
Date Posted: 31-Oct-2012 at 4:31am
i just installed breeze sample from nuget 
and got error 

cant find  _fns.some  (some is undefined)

Posted By: kaanse
Date Posted: 31-Oct-2012 at 5:18am
ups sorry its about ie8 i use shim and sham now 
got new error for json 

Posted By: kaanse
Date Posted: 31-Oct-2012 at 5:24am
http://localhost:64983/# - Save   < ="" -bind=": Done" jquery171006309138336464054="2" __ko__1351686233681="ko3"> include done
    1: querying Todos
    2: Query failed: CREATE DATABASE permission denied in database 'master'.

    help ? :)

    Posted By: jtraband
    Date Posted: 31-Oct-2012 at 10:31am
    We haven't seen this before.  What version of Visual Studio and what browser are you using?

    Posted By: kaanse
    Date Posted: 31-Oct-2012 at 11:31am
    vs 2010 sp1
    i tried all explorer (chrome ,firefox,ie etc)

    Posted By: pholden
    Date Posted: 01-Nov-2012 at 3:11am
    Not sure if it helps or not, but I'm having the same issue with VS2012 but the error only occurs with IE9.  Chrome and the PageInspector work fine.

    It sounds like somebody else had a similar issue a few weeks ago but they managed to resolve it themselves; -

    Clearing out the browser cache didn't make any difference to me.

    Posted By: johnl
    Date Posted: 01-Nov-2012 at 1:24pm

    If it works in FF and Chrome, but not IE9, it might be compatibility view that is giving you problems.

    Can you confirm that Browser Mode: IE9 and Document Mode: IE9 standards?

    I've seen bad things happen when IE9 is in Browser Mode: Compatibility View even when set to Document Mode: IE9 standards.

    Posted By: pholden
    Date Posted: 01-Nov-2012 at 2:45pm
    That's fixed it, thanks.

    Posted By: johnl
    Date Posted: 01-Nov-2012 at 2:56pm
    Happy to help.

    Another trick to avoid this hassle for your customers is to add this bit to the head content of your apps HTML:

    <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge, chrome=1"/>

    Internet Explorer has many rendering engines ready for use. What this line of code basically does is force IE to use the most up to date rendering engine that it has available, so that your pages will render as well as possible. It then goes on to talk about Chrome Frame. Chrome Frame is a plugin for IE6, 7, and 8 which brings all the rendering, and JS power of Google Chrome to IE. If the user has it installed, we render our site using it.

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