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Browsers and Access Manager...


Hi Guys,

Access Manager 3.1.4.

I was going through the documentation and for requirements section it
shows that the compatibility is for IE 7, 8 and 9.
Are there any documentation which tells if its supported for IE 10?
Would it work with IE 10?

Regards,
ddgaikwad


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Re: Browsers and Access Manager...


3.1.4 (SP5 newer) is an old product....


That requirement is just for administering (https://www.netiq.com/documentation/novellaccessmanager31/installation/data/b45786w.html#bf9x9lm), the client access is open (https://www.netiq.com/documentation/novellaccessmanager31/installation/data/b2eu2ch.html#bq5v2gr). Old product means too much development to change product to support current browsers.


You'll find the v4 product has a more open version requirement for the admin console (https://www.netiq.com/documentation/netiqaccessmanager4/target_installation/data/b13chbnk.html#bf9xb0u).







>>> ddgaikwad<ddgaikwad@no-mx.forums.netiq.com> 27/02/2014 6:06 PM >>>



Hi Guys,



Access Manager 3.1.4.



I was going through the documentation and for requirements section it

shows that the compatibility is for IE 7, 8 and 9.

Are there any documentation which tells if its supported for IE 10?

Would it work with IE 10?



Regards,

ddgaikwad





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Re: Browsers and Access Manager...


Visit http://support.novell.com/lifecycle/ to find out how your product expired General Support last year




>>> ScorpionSting<ScorpionSting@no-mx.forums.netiq.com> 27/02/2014 6:30 PM >>>


3.1.4 (SP5 newer) is an old product....



That requirement is just for administering (https://www.netiq.com/documentation/novellaccessmanager31/installation/data/b45786w.html#bf9x9lm), the client access is open (https://www.netiq.com/documentation/novellaccessmanager31/installation/data/b2eu2ch.html#bq5v2gr). Old product means too much development to change product to support current browsers.



You'll find the v4 product has a more open version requirement for the admin console (https://www.netiq.com/documentation/netiqaccessmanager4/target_installation/data/b13chbnk.html#bf9xb0u).








>>> ddgaikwad<ddgaikwad@no-mx.forums.netiq.com> 27/02/2014 6:06 PM >>>



Hi Guys,



Access Manager 3.1.4.



I was going through the documentation and for requirements section it

shows that the compatibility is for IE 7, 8 and 9.

Are there any documentation which tells if its supported for IE 10?

Would it work with IE 10?



Regards,

ddgaikwad





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Re: Browsers and Access Manager...


Okay that looks good from the perspective of Access Manager.
There is one more thing though, does access manager affect the web pages
coming in from backend web-servers by any chance?
As one of our web-servers team would be upgrading to a newer version of
OBIEE (Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition), they are having
this concern.

As far as I know, it should not affect the web-page coming in from the
web-server, right?

Any ideas?

Thanks,
-ddgaikwad


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Re: Browsers and Access Manager...


Depends on how the app is designed....if its designed well, and uses relative paths rather than full FQDN's, then it should be fine....


I personally find things start to get difficult when the rewriter gets too involved in changing the contents for DNS between client and backend...especially when the bad web developer has put FQDNs in JavaScript....





>>> ddgaikwad<ddgaikwad@no-mx.forums.netiq.com> 28/02/2014 7:04 PM >>>



Okay that looks good from the perspective of Access Manager.

There is one more thing though, does access manager affect the web pages

coming in from backend web-servers by any chance?

As one of our web-servers team would be upgrading to a newer version of

OBIEE (Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition), they are having

this concern.



As far as I know, it should not affect the web-page coming in from the

web-server, right?



Any ideas?



Thanks,

-ddgaikwad





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Re: Browsers and Access Manager...


ScorpionSting;241385 Wrote:
> Depends on how the app is designed....if its designed well, and uses
> relative paths rather than full FQDN's, then it should be fine....
>
>
> I personally find things start to get difficult when the rewriter gets
> too involved in changing the contents for DNS between client and
> backend...especially when the bad web developer has put FQDNs in
> JavaScript....
>
>
>
>
>
> >>> ddgaikwad<ddgaikwad@no-mx.forums.netiq.com> 28/02/2014 7:04 PM >>>

>
>
>
> Okay that looks good from the perspective of Access Manager.
>
> There is one more thing though, does access manager affect the web
> pages
>
> coming in from backend web-servers by any chance?
>
> As one of our web-servers team would be upgrading to a newer version of
>
> OBIEE (Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition), they are
> having
>
> this concern.
>
>
>
> As far as I know, it should not affect the web-page coming in from the
>
> web-server, right?
>
>
>
> Any ideas?
>
>
>
> Thanks,
>
> -ddgaikwad
>
>
>
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Like Oracle EBS with their OAM SSO product. It hard-codes the DNS name
of the actual server (not the web server) into the redirects, so you
have to futz with the NAM settings to get it to behave.


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Re: Browsers and Access Manager...


Well, as per team they are not going to change any DNS names along with
the upgrade, so I guess we are all fine with the pages loading up fine,
when the requests are going through the our NAM server.

-ddgaikwad


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Re: Browsers and Access Manager...


ddgaikwad;241332 Wrote:
> Hi Guys,
>
> Access Manager 3.1.4.
>
> I was going through the documentation and for requirements section it
> shows that the compatibility is for IE 7, 8 and 9.
> Are there any documentation which tells if its supported for IE 10?
> Would it work with IE 10?
>
> Regards,
> ddgaikwad


More than likely it will work.

However, even on NAM 3.2.2 IR2, if you have IE 10, it will present a
double-scroll bar on the IDP login page unless you enable compatibility
mode. I don't know if NAM 4.0 has the same problem.

Other than that issue, everything SEEMS to work with IE10 and NAM 3.2.2
IR2 (yes, I know you're on 3.1.4).

--Kevin


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Re: Browsers and Access Manager...


Guys,

Adding to Dinesh's comment, IE10 is supported for Identity server login
page but wanted to know if we have configured OBIEE proxy in Access
Gateway will it support for OBIEE applications there or will it mess up
OBIEE pages after successfully login to IAM login page.


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