Summary: WrappedJSObject considered Untrusted in firefox29 → Error : Attempt to use .WrappedJSObject in untrusted code
Can you provide the source code for your add-on?
Created attachment 8441378 [details] ams.tar.gz This is the source code.But i don't think you can make use of it.Because the add-on links firefox to another internal application in the company which you can't access.See if you can help me out though.Any insights about the issue will be extremely helpful.
(In reply to Nivesh Naramsetti from comment #2) > Created attachment 8441378 [details] > ams.tar.gz > > This is the source code.But i don't think you can make use of it.Because the > add-on links firefox to another internal application in the company which > you can't access.See if you can help me out though.Any insights about the > issue will be extremely helpful. Which file does the error come from? There are several that use wrappedJSObject... Have you tried debugging it with the browser toolbox? (open the developer tools, go to settings, enable chrome/add-on debugging, and you get an item in the Tools > Developer Tools menu which lets you debug chrome JS, including add-on JS)
Also, if this interfaces with an internal web app, that sounds like it might also be that web app using wrappedJSObject and causing an error, especially as it says "untrusted code" in the error message...
I'm closing this as you seem to be getting better help at http://stackoverflow.com/questions/23835434/firefox-29-xpcom-and-wrappedjsobject/23838442#23838442 already.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 4 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
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