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    When using an IDE that is able to perform searches with regular expressions (like Aptana Studio): ,\s+} can be a lifesaver.

    My error occurred because I forgot to declare the itemSelector in one of my dataViews.

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    I used jslint.com to fix my code that caused the same error.

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    Default I have same error in IE but on diifferent line

    I have same error in IE but on diifferent line


    I have same error in IE in following JavaScript line
    var objRootDSE = GetObject("LDAP://RootDSE");
    whats wrong here??

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    You're posting in the wrong forum. This is ancient Ext JS 1.x forum. And your query is about: Javascript GetObject LDAP. Google that.

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