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Hi All,
I've got a Struts/JSP/IE 6 issue that I have been completely unable to resolve. The code I'm about to paste in does not work for IE6, works with FF, Chrome, Safari and Opera. Its a simple form submit. However when I try to run this in IE 6 I keep getting a 'Object does not support this property or method'. Up front I'm only posting the apparently relevant portions. I've highlighted the problem line with *************************************
Does anyone know how to get the Document Object to recognize or do the submit() method in IE 6 with a html:form.

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Try this. It'll fix the problem with IE


 
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Ha, it worked. Thanks Raj, I've been trying to solve that for (2) two weeks
 
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False alarm, Raj, I was using the wrong Browser.
 
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Simply examining the rendered HTML would have saved you two weeks of work.
 
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