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BOOK: ASP.NET 2.0 Website Programming Problem Design Solution ISBN: 978-0-7645-8464-0
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I had initially noticed that I have a paging errors on the ShowThread.aspx page where the replies page onto another page, this however only occurs in IE, Then I checked some of the other postbacks like commenting on Articles and they do exactly the same, Which is most odd. The only piece of code modified on these pages is the Page Title has anyone come across this problem?

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The error is as follows
Line 344 Char 9
Error: 'theForm.__SCROLLPOSITIONX' is null or not an object CODE: 0

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That's the friendly maintain scrollback position routine. Apparently your standard ASP.NET JavaScript files weren't properly downloaded to the page by the client. Did you insert your own JavaScript, or modify the standard files?

Normally these come down from resources on the server. When you do a view source on your page you won't see them directly, but you'll see the long resource requests. You can copy and paste them to manually request the same scripts to check them out. The JavaScript field you mentioned is just a hidden field that holds the scroll position - this won't exist if the std JavaScript files weren't able to create it.

In the meantime, you can disable MaintainScrollPositionOnPostBack.

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Found it it was a corrupt line of code in the master page :S

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