The reason for the coincidence is that all kinds of factors contributed to the event, which is indispensable. Several factors are: ie in the system is IE6 (I’m not sure about the difference between the specific small versions), JSP source code written by JSP page and automatically generated by development tools, and the use of WdatePicker.js This time control, as well as some writing order of the page code.
It’s obvious that IE6 is a classic, as can be seen from the coincidence above.
All test codes are as follows (except for the control related files to be referenced)
String path = request.getContextPath();
String basePath = request.getScheme()+”://”+request.getServerName()+”:”+request.getServerPort()+path+”/”;
Run access will occur as follows: (Note: under special conditions, oh!)
Method 1: remove < base >Code, if you can’t use it
Method 2: to complete the end tag of < base >, you must add < / base > after it instead of < base…. ” />
PS & Note: IE6 cache problem is quite serious, you need to clean up the temporary files in time when testing, otherwise you will have hallucination!!!
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