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Browser Add-Ins for TR9205

Hi List,

Do we know if any browser add-ins are needed for TR9205 upgrade, we are on TR9155 right now and planning to move to 9205.[/FONT]

Certifications are not showing much details about the browser ADD-Ins

Thanks,
Anu
 
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Soumen

Member
Anunaya,

You probably will not get any specific document on Oracle regarding Plug-in/Add-ins for browser. But these general information should be enough.
Nevertheless you always the dev/test environment to test it out ... ;-)

===========Ref Doc ID 2059836.1======================
Web Client Internet Explorer Information

Always allow session cookies.
Java permissions should be set to medium or lower.
Check for new versions of stored pages.
In order to use ActiveX controls on Windows 7 when the user is not an Administrator the Microsoft ActiveX Installer should be installed. Please refer to Oracle Support Document id 761109.1
To mitigate cookie collisions and/or shared session opportunities between two open IE browsers see Oracle Support Document id 813004.1
For certain functionality, such as Media Objects or Exporting from the Grid to Microsoft Excel, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne uses 32-bit ActiveX controls. If you use ActiveX controls, use the 32-bit edition of Internet Explorer instead of the 64-bit edition. For more information about 32-bit and 64-bit Internet Explorer, refer to Microsoft Knowledge Base Article #896457.
Web Client Firefox Information

OLE Media Objects cannot be viewed as embedded objects.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne import from CSV is supported with Firefox.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne import from Microsoft Excel or Word is not supported with Firefox.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne export to Microsoft Word is not supported with Firefox.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne export to Microsoft Excel is supported on Windows with Firefox.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne export to CSV is supported for Windows and Mac using Firefox.
Other behavioral differences have been observed using Firefox.
Web Client Google Chrome Information

The Certification system indicates which version of Chrome was tested and verified with each JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools release. If encountering issues with later versions of Google Chrome browser, customers will be asked to reproduce with this tested version of Google Chrome, and resolution may be to revert to the tested and verified version.
OLE Media Objects cannot be viewed as embedded objects.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne import from CSV is supported with Chrome.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne import from Microsoft Excel or Word is not supported with Chrome.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne export to Microsoft Word is not supported with Chrome.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne export to Microsoft Excel is supported on Windows with Chrome.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne export to CSV is supported for Windows and Mac using Chrome.
Other behavioral differences have been observed using Chrome.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne does not support Voice Commands on Chrome Browser owing to change in behavior from Chrome browser.

Web Client MS Edge Information

Support of Edge browser begins with E1 Tools release version 9.2.0.3.
OLE Media Objects cannot be viewed as embedded objects.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne import from CSV is not supported with Edge.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne import from Microsoft Excel or Word is not supported with Edge.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne export to Microsoft Word is not supported with Edge.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne export to Microsoft Excel is supported on Windows with Edge.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne export to CSV is supported for Windows using Edge.
Other behavioral differences have been observed using Edge.
 

adeel

Member
I believe the ActiveX controls go away at TR9.2.1.X
Thanks for the info!
what should we do for users who does import from csv or use media object attachments if there is no Activex? supported.

Note: IE11 will be gone soon

Thanks
 

schojo44

Member
Thanks for the info!
what should we do for users who does import from csv or use media object attachments if there is no Activex? supported.

Note: IE11 will be gone soon

Thanks

It's not like media objects or attachments will be gone - they will just not work via ActiveX anymore, just with HTML.
See: E1: MOBJ: Non-ActiveX Controls (HTML) for EnterpriseOne Grid Import / Export and Media Object Attachments for all browsers Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer (IE), Safari (Doc ID 780761.1)
Follow the links from there.
 

adeel

Member
Thanks I read that and seems good but still it doc says the import from Excel will not work

Non-ActiveX
•Stores text in etxt format



Pros
•Browser Independent (Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari)◦Do not have to worry about end of life support

•Can convert existing ActiveX RTF to etxt◦Once you go to etxt, there is not an option to go back to ActiveX RTF

•OLE – Optional
•Use Advanced Media Object functionality (only with OLE and ActiveX disabled)

Cons
•Export / Import functionality the same except◦Import from Excel is not available
◦Cannot Export to an existing file
 

adeel

Member
Just saw looks like they are working for import from excel
Awesome
Bug 18399260 : IMPORT FROM EXCEL WITH ACTIVEX TURNED OFF
 
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