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Hey all,
    I am having an interesting problem and I am not sure how to correct it.

I have a page that contrains a repeater control, inside of that repeater I have controls that display data from a query against a database. There is nothing flashy about this and very straightforward.

The repeater will only ever contain 1 row of data at any give time; I have 2 elements that require user interaction: a checkbox list and a dropdown list and, just adjusting these values and clicking the submit button, works fine; there is a round trip to the server and the data is posted.

I had a functional requirement added to the application just recently that required me to add a little bit of AJAX inside of the repeater control this is what I am doing with the ajax:

The user types a string into a text box and relevant data is retrieved from the database based upon the text box value and the data is returned as HREF's. Clicking on the href calls a Javascript function that unhides a div and places the element the user clicked on in that text box.

Now if the user clicks on the submit button IE throws its: "Internet Explorer has encountered an error and must close"

I should note that if the user does not interact with the AJAX elements at all, the form still posts fine it is after the user interacts with the AJAX elements that the browser will throw an error!!!

Any idea on what is going on?

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