yet another < /apex/wwv_flow.accept has not been found... >

Dear guru
I created a select check box, all in one model of the region, this checkbox is created like this:

< onchange = "javascript:SelectAll (this.checked); input"type ="checkbox"name = 'selectAll' value = 'Y' > select all

to select several checkboxes.
The SelectAll function runs as follows:


function SelectAll (pValue)
{

If {(pValue)
html_CheckAll ('ITEM1', true);
html_CheckAll ('ITEM2', true);
html_CheckAll ('ITEMN', true);
}
on the other
{
html_CheckAll ('ITEM1', false);
html_CheckAll ('ITEM2', false);
html_CheckAll ('ITEMN', false);
}


When the selectall checkbox is enabled (checked), each item check very well, and when it is OFF (disabled), uncheck all items is also very good. BUT when the page is sent, if selectall is verified (and of course all the elements), apex returns the infamous
The requested URL /apex/wwv_flow.accept was not found on this server


any suggestions? I read the forum but I can't find any similar situation.

Thanks in advance

Hello

You have another selection of input, or textarea tags you enter somewhere and have name?

Kind regards
Jari

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