things, ColdFusion is already done processing, so there would not be a
conflict there. Without seeing your code, I would double check that
you have indeed instatiated your qForms object with the name objForm
and that your select field is named Division. If you changed any of
the names from the demo code, this would cause your problems.
On Tue, Dec 2, 2008 at 11:05 AM, Mary Leir <mary@...> wrote:
> Thanks Dean,
> I am not using any cfforms. I think the libraries are loading properly – at
> least enough to do the form validation – it turns the empty fields red, just
> doesn't populate the lists.
> I also tried moving the init code to below the form (per the instructions in
> the third bullet on this page
> Do you think there is a coldfusion reserved word being used in the field.js
> On 12/2/08 9:49 AM, "Dean Lawrence" <deanlaw@...> wrote:
> Hi Mary,
> I typically get this type of error if the qForm library has not
> properly loaded. If you are using cfform in your code, ColdFusion
> causing the issue.
> Hope this helps,
> On Mon, Dec 1, 2008 at 10:24 PM, Mary Leir <mary@...
> <mailto:mary%40leirdesign.com> > wrote:
>> I have been able to get several of the form examples to work on my system.
>> have also been able to get the n-related select box example to work on my
>> system as a static page. But, when I place the code into a Coldfusion 8
>> Error objForm.Division.populate is not a function
>> Error TypeError: objForm.Division.populate is not a function
>> And none of the pulldown menus populate on change. Is anyone else having
>> problems with CF8 or have any suggestions?
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