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Hi Snipez,

I programmed a little script, which fills some values to a form (some idiotic intranetpage, which wants the same values over and over again).

My problem is, that there is a combobox (lets call it "box2"), which chooseable values depend on the value of the combobox ("box1), which was clicked before.

The problem is, that I cant get the javaevent "Product_NewChange()" to run, so there are no chooseable options in "box2".

As I learned to read the help before I post :P , I checked, whether _IEFormElementSetValue would usually (as default) allow events to happen, but it doesnt work.

I know, without code, its difficult to answer the question, but I would have to delete all work related stuff (too much work!!!).

Thx a lot!

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Actually, it does work. The code is pretty straight forward:

$o_object.value = $s_newvalue
    If $f_fireEvent Then
        $o_object.fireEvent ("onchange")

Perhaps your event script is triggered by something other than onchange. You'll need to dig a little deeper.


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