At 1:05 PM -0600 2/20/09, John Burwell wrote:
>I'm trying to find the origin of a '00' that trails the result of calling Prototype's Ajax.Updater on a Lasso page. Has anyone seen this before?
we use Prototype with Lasso and I don't think I've seen this one but I've seen similar odd things over the years...
All I can say is that FireFox with FireBug is your friend. Step through all your code, dissect all your transactions, it's amazing.
Off the top of my head '00' sounds like a unicode null character... you might want to check your encoding settings on your page. Though honestly, that stuff is over my head these days. I've never had a serious problem with it so I haven't been forced to learn it all yet ;-)
John Burwell wrote on 2/20/2009 1:05 PM:
> I'm trying to find the origin of a '00' that trails the result of
> calling Prototype's Ajax.Updater on a Lasso page. Has anyone seen this
I've seen something similar from using (I think) the email pop tags, where one of them leaks a status code. Maybe try commenting out sections of your Lasso code until the '00' goes away to narrow down what is causing the issue.