My hunch is that the CFIDE folder is moved from your webserver to a different location. Check the path of your
1. Open CFadmin
2. Click Settings and look for
3. Check the path and point it to correct location of CFIDE.
The above is a more easier way, since you won't have to specify a "scriptsrc" in cfajaxproxy tag.
Looking at your <cfajaximport> tag, mage sure the js/cfide/scripts is relative to the webroot, if you want to do it that way.
Thanks for your response.
I did start to think that it has something to do with that. I tried every which way to point to the correct CFIDE directory but to no avail.
I copied the entire directory into the root folder of the site, and tried to point the CFAJAXIMPORT SCRIPTSRC to it, but it still doesn't work.
However, because the site's root directory is different from the web root, it may have something to do with it. I just can't figure out what.
The server is not mine, BTW, and I don't really have access to CFAdmin. Because all the imported tags are working I believe the directory is pointing in the right direction.
I am at a loss.
I have a working copy here: http://188.8.131.52/erdi/conferencemgr.cfm?action=registration&conference_id=23&user=5555
This can happen when the scripts were not copied correctly. If a file becomes corrupted or an ascii file gets uploaded in binary or the file get truncated.. all of these could throw that error. Seeing as there are roughly 2,300 files in the scripts folder in CF8, it's not unusual for something to get munched. Try replacing the files and let us know if that solved it.