I do not have set the ScriptFile property of the GoView, I was under the assumption that the control would generate the correct JS in an inline script tag if omitted. When I set the ScriptFile property to the GoWeb.js file, I receive an error on the onload call (
onload="goInit('GoView1','GoView1','fa8b88fa73e54e3cb1c02944ed994353',true,'GoWebImage.axd','',(typeof goview_GoView1=='undefined'?null:goview_GoView1),false,1)" error is: Microsoft JScript runtime error: Object expected), so I was letting the GoView control generate the necessary JS for me. I have verified that the DLL being used is v 126.96.36.199.
When viewing source, it the ID generated for the GoView control is: _ctl0_ContentPlaceHolder1_GoView1
however, the delete button passes in the following string: ctl00_ContentPlaceHolder1_GoView1. For other JS functions, such as ondblclick, the string passed into the goDblClick function is _ctl0_ContentPlaceHolder1_GoView1, and b/c the id matches the string, the double click is working. Is there something that I could have done accidentally on all of my test pages to make this somehow behave this way?
Again, thank you very much for all of your help. I need to have a working demo to show my boss before he will allow me to purchase the full blown version.