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Bejoy John
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had been trying to use a4j , I have used it with a couple of place. on the same page. It works perfectly fine on the FF but none of the places get fired on the IE.

<h:selectOneRadio id="rdoposter_image" layout="pagedirection" height="40" style="margin:0 3em" value = "#{PosterCreator.rdoSelectValue}" >

<a4j:support event="onchange" action="#{PosterCreator.getScreenShot_ShortName()}" reRender="Poster_form" ajaxSingle="true"/>

<f:selectItem itemValue="1" itemLabel="Learn more, Live better." />

<f:selectItem itemValue="2"itemLabel="What will you do with your healty rewards?" />
<f:selectItem itemValue="3" itemLabel="Start you healty life style today." />
<f:selectItem itemValue="4"itemLabel="Healthy living made easy" />

</h:selectOneRadio>






<h:inputText size ="400" id="comments"
value="#{PosterCreator.strtextboxtext}"

style="height : 128px; width : 335px;">
<a4j:support event="onkeyup"
ajaxSingle="true"
ignoreDupResponses="true"
action="#{PosterCreator.getScreenShot_ShortName}"
reRender="data"/>
</h:inputText>



all the place where I try doing this FF is working perfect .. but no response at all from IE. Could any one tell me a solution

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Bjohn
 
Lincoln Baxter
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Do you have this in a form?
 
Bhaskar GR
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you have to write <a4j:support> tag after selectItem only.
 
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