SkaBob wrote:Hey chiggins...I got another funky one for ya...it's drivin' me up the wall and ruining my friday
Was out sick the last couple days, sorry about that. I'm not a master of IE debugging by any means, and so far I've been pretty lucky about not having to be. The only thing I could recommend is:
1.) have the server side dump the request when it comes in, along with a few debug statements where that value gets set, to your logs, and
2.) have that xml dump itself with a 'alert(xml.to_string)'
Then do the request from both browsers and see what the difference is. Like I said, I'm not an expert on IE quirks, but jQuery's typically pretty good at handling cross-browser issues, which makes me wonder what IE's passing through on the request. Or maybe I'm wrong. (If/when you figure it out, lemme know.)