RahulMathur

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  1. Hi All, I am using fusion chart in GWT, where i call JavaScript function for drill-down. In my EntryPoint class in GWT I am using event handler: Window.addCloseHandler(new CloseHandler<Window>() { public void onClose(CloseEvent<Window> arg0) { alert("closed...") } }); This will be called every time window is closed and refreshed. Thus it shows confirmation message when browser is closed/refreshed, same as in snippet attached; which is correct. XML which render chart is : <chart caption='ABC Bank Branches' subCaption='(In Asian Countries)' yaxislabel='Branches' xaxislabel='Country'> <set label='Hong Kong' value='235' link="JavaScript:myJS('Hong Kong,235');"/> <set label='Japan' value='123' link="JavaScript:myJS('Japan, 123');"/> </chart> When I click on bar, it calls myJS() function in javascript - which then calls myJS1() function in GWT. function myJS(city, number){ myJS1(city, number); } Issue: All works perfectly fine, but when i drill down in IE 8/9, I see that same confirmation message and clicking on "Leave this page" directs to the drilled chart. But seeing this confirmation message is annoying on each drill-down, which even has no relevance. I encountered same problem when I clicked on anchor text in GWT, but using event.preventDefault() helped me in overcoming that issue. This problem is only with IE8/9. It works fine with Firefox Mozilla. Please, do suggest something fruitful to overcome this. Thanks in advance, Rahul Mathur ScreenShot026.bmp