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From: Maria on 07/03/2002
I create a web-based application. There is a TextArea
in the form and user may input the information into
this TextArea. There is a strange thing that when
characters entered by the user in the textarea is more
than 6000, it will show the following error
message(We are using Netscape 4.76).Everything will be fine if characters is less than 6000(in Netscape 4.76). If we use IE 5.5, everything will be OK even though the characters entered by the user is more than 20,000

NETSCAPE caused an invalid page fault in
module MSVCRT.DLL at 016f:78003c67.
EAX=78fef0fc CS=016f EIP=78003c67 EFLGS=00010246
EBX=136f7744 SS=0177 ESP=01e0fe94 EBP=01e0fe9c
ECX=1342d000 DS=0177 ESI=1342c66c FS=6307
EDX=eb606765 ES=0177 EDI=00001d64 GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
8b 01 ba ff fe fe 7e 03 d0 83 f0 ff 33 c2 83 c1
Stack dump:
00496100 1342c66c 01e0fec0 004db57a 00d10002 1342c66c
136f7744 00001d64 00df9a40 00d15100 025fd6d0 01e0ff08
004db601 00d361d0 00d10002 1342c66c

Any suggestion?

Thanks in advance



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From: Computerpilot on 07/08/2002
Are you creating an HTML text box? If so, there is limit you can set to how much text will go into the box. IE and Netscape always have reacted differently to HTML so that is no surprise!

Your textbox will need a 'maxlength' string to set how many characters can be entered into the text box (ie: maxlength="25"). It may be possible that this is creating your error message or that you just don't have this property set. I would set the property because there may be a conflict with the default setting with IE and Netscape. That is, they may not handle more than 6000 or 20000 characters in a textbox unless it is set in the maxlength. I am not sure of the max allowed characters for an HTML text box.

Hope this helps. I am not sure how you are building your 'application' and which language you are using. If I am off base, then post back with a little more information regarding what you are doing and trying to accomplish, and I can be of more assistance.



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