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Old 02-10-2006, 10:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Can you please help me figure out how to get java applications on my blackberry? I just bought this thing and I can not get into my schools online websight. I'm in nursing school and really need to have access to this web site. The error message is
"The requested action could not be performed. Javascript is not enabled on this hanheld."
There is a difference between "Java", "JavaScript" and "Java Applet".

Fortunately, "JavaScript" IS supported.
Unfortunately, "Java Applet" is not supported.

Go to Browser->Options->Browser Configuration->Scroll down->Enable "Support JavaScript"->Save Options

This will enable JavaScript in your BlackBerry Internet Browser.

Also, make sure you have at least BlackBerryOS Version 4.0 or later (not 3.7 or older). You can see the version in Options->About.
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Default pop ups?

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Should javascript pop-ups be enabled as a part of this?
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Old 02-13-2006, 11:38 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Only if the site requires it (i.e. hotmail did, at least in the past). I just leave it on.
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Well check this out mine had that option to enable javascript before but not now I have a 7100i by the way so anyone know what might have happened?
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Well check this out mine had that option to enable javascript before but not now I have a 7100i by the way so anyone know what might have happened?
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Originally Posted by Mark Rejhon
There is a difference between "Java", "JavaScript" and "Java Applet".

Fortunately, "JavaScript" IS supported.
Unfortunately, "Java Applet" is not supported.

Go to Browser->Options->Browser Configuration->Scroll down->Enable "Support JavaScript"->Save Options

This will enable JavaScript in your BlackBerry Internet Browser.

Also, make sure you have at least BlackBerryOS Version 4.0 or later (not 3.7 or older). You can see the version in Options->About.
Greetings. Since Java Script is supported, how would someone get around these errors when using Outlook Web Access when trying to send/reply to an e-mail?

"InvalidAddress: javascript:OnNewForm(document.msgViewer.FormType.O ptions(document.msgViewer.FormType.selectedIndex). value);"

"Invalid address: javascript:SetCmd(cmdSend);"

I know this isn't a Java forum, but if you have seen this before and got around it, there are a couple of us very eager to know how to fix it. Thanks!
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