I will respond with what is the error. It is caused due to Invalid jQuery Selector which means that you tried to initialize something which does not exist or you tried to set a property or invoke a method of Invalid Element. No, your code would not work with previous versions, too. It will just do nothing. The Invalid jQuery Selector exception is Raised by Us to point you out to check your code and to check your HTML :).
“Invalid jQuery Selector – #undefined! Please, check whether the used ID or CSS Class name is correct.”
This error is so frustrating!
It occurs evrery time I change value of my input field despite no jQuery or jqWidget was implemented on it.
I think a kind of bug was introduced since 3.0.4
In my case, my problem was caused by the fact that I was trying to instantiate jqxGrid before the DOM was fully loaded. It was easily resolved by ensuring that the code to instantiate the jqxGrid was wrapped in $(document).ready(…)