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Client side event error

Hello all,

We have a couple of BW iViews that we are using client side eventing on, to drill-down and filter data.

When I access the iViews I get an error when the iView is trying to subscribe to the event.

The error says "Permission denied".

(I had to take out the try/catch on epcfproxy.js in order to see the error).

When another user access the iView it works.

We have the same settings in IE, the same auth. in EP 5 and the same auth. in BW.

Have anybody seen this before? Any ideas on what is going on.

Also, does anyone have documentation on the exception that EPCM.subscribeEvent throws?

In epcfproxy.js, the exception that is catch is just entered as ex


EPCMPROXY.subscribeEvent = function( nameSpace, eventName, handlerRef, methodName ){


parent.EPCM.subscribeEvent(nameSpace, eventName, handlerRef, methodName);

}catch (ex){} <------


I want to find out what type of exception it throws.

Any suggestions or ideas?



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    Posted on Jun 10, 2004 at 02:57 PM

    Are the servers in the same "sub-domain" i.e.

    dns names and

    If not, javascript cannot access each other pages. To solve this create a dns alias for the bw server

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