Error In ScriptResource.axd: "Object Of Type 'Sys.Extended.UI.AccordionBehavior' Cannot Be Converted To Type 'Sys.UI.Behavior'
Oct 14, 2010
I have an asp.net web site where I'm trying to resolve what looks like a problem with ASP.NET AJAX:
Microsoft JScript runtime error:
Sys.ArgumentTypeException: Object of
cannot be converted to type
'Sys.UI.Behavior'. Parameter name:
I've googled around a lot, and looked at the code presented (see below, no idea what it means) but no luck.
I've tried changing scriptmanger scriptmode to release, and a bunch of other things too.
Visual Studio 2010
Ajax control toolkit 4.0
jQuery UI 1.8.5
JS Code the error occurs in, inside ScriptResource.axd:
b.UI.Behavior.callBaseMethod(c,eb); --------- this line
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