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Posted: 09/29/2009, 6:13 AM

Converting CC2 (Reliable Product) to CCS4 (Interesting Product - Still Learning) and with CC2 I used a menu control from Coalesys call Webmenu (Awesome Product). It was really easy to implement in CC2 but I am haveing issues as:

Error Type:
Microsoft VBScript runtime (0x800A01A8)
Object required: ''

In CC2 you include in the header file a asp file that sets up the menu object and which menu you want to use and then invoke the show_menu routime that is in the included file. Really pretty simple Here is the code for the header.asp

<!-- #INCLUDE FILE="menu.asp" -->

' Display Menu Form
Sub Header_Show()
Dim sFormTitle: sFormTitle = ""


' Show fields
Parse "FormHeader", False

' Header Show end
End Sub


Has anyone used Coalesys web menu with their CCS projects?

Thanks in Advance.
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Posted: 09/29/2009, 9:47 AM

Ok.. Yes software support folks pointed me to a solution and it worked.. Thanks...
For those of you that want to use Coalesys Webmenu in your ASP apps what you will need to do is to put your menu state and menu html in the common.asp. Form the header.asp (since I determine which menu to display in the state routime) call the state routime and pass the coalesys menu object to the embeded html routine to generate the menu on the fly.

Works... Thanks Yes Support...
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