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    Default Unable to get value of the property 'split': object is null or undefined

    Unable to get value of the property 'split': object is null or undefined


    My app works in Firefox and IE 9, but in IE 8 I get this error in Microsoft Developer Tools. Is the refs declaration not supported in older IE browsers?

    'undefined' is null or not an object ext-all-debug.js, line 21379 character 17

    Code:
     
        createGetters: function(type, refs) {
            type = Ext.String.capitalize(type);
            Ext.Array.each(refs, function(ref) {
                var fn = 'get',
                    parts = ref.split('.');
    Here is my ref declaration:

    Code:
        refs: [
            { ref: 'card', selector: 'contenttrackerview' },
            { ref: 'detail', selector: 'contentdetailview' },
        ],
    I've tried prepending the selector objects with a period, as the Ext.ComponentQuery doc says you can do it either way. Maybe this should be posted to the bug forum. Any ideas anyone?

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    Default Unable to get value of the property 'split': object is null or undefined ext-all.js,

    Unable to get value of the property 'split': object is null or undefined ext-all.js,


    Hi,

    I am using Ext 3.2.1 library, my app works in all other browsers except IE(all versions).
    I have created a wizard and trying to move its form to next by below code:

    wizard.cardPanel.getLayout().setActiveItem(wizard.currentCard + 1);

    I tried to break down these method calling and got to know that issue is in setActiveItem call.
    It generates an error message in the console:

    SCRIPT5007: Unable to get value of the property 'split': object is null or undefined
    ext-all.js, line 7 character 13664

    I navigated to this library code in the same location and found a line:
    var paths=path.split(","),
    results=[];

    As this error message is coming from library code so its really hard to debug this stuff.
    Please help to resolve this issue.

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