[Login/Session Timeout Sample] Does this work in IE?

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Published on 2018-08-13 by Justin James
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Published on 2018-08-13 by Justin James

We have been using something similar but find that it does not work in IE but does in Chrome and Edge.

Debra Bodham wrote:

We have been using something similar but find that it does not work in IE but does in Chrome and Edge.

Does this work in IE for you? It should.

J.Ja


Haven't tried it yet was just asking the question before I try it 

I haven't tried it in IE 11 myself but it was used on a project that was tested in IE 11, so I have to assume that it works on that browser. It does not do anything fancy that IE should not like.

J.Ja

Hi Justin,

If i drag the webblock in the screen, it is asking to set a value for the input parameters, and all the javascript coding is visible in the screen, and the  app is not working as expected.. pls guide me on this..!

Does it work in outsystems 10.?



Cheers,

Shyam Sundhar

1. Start a new thread in the future please, instead of resurrecting an older, unrelated thread, makes it easier for people to find things.

2. This is a sample of how to do things not a drag/drop component. The title and the description should be making that very clear. If you look at the sample code here, they show you exactly how to use the LogoutCheck web block, the parameters to pass, and so on.

3. I don't know why you would be seeing the JavaScript coding on the screen, but this has worked fine for others. You will need to be more specific, show screen shots of exactly what you are talking about, as well as include the HTML source of the page you see in the browser, to understand why it is showing the JavaScript on the screen.

4. Yes, it works in OS 10.

J.Ja