In Chrome, my webapp works fine but on IE, I am getting this error (see screenshot).

Any clues?


Hi Bruce Buttles,

We will need more details on at least witch element is giving you problems.

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Are you using any custom JavaScript?  Any specific Forge components?  If you could provide an example OML file that would be great!

Also, what version of IE and what version of Windows?

I should add, IE9 only has partial support for forEach, and it is supported in IE10 and up.  Based on your screenshot, it looks like an older version of IE possibly?

OutSystems 10 supports only IE10+, while OutSystems 11 supports only IE11.

Craig St.Jean wrote:

I should add, IE9 only has partial support for forEach, and it is supported in IE10 and up.  Based on your screenshot, it looks like an older version of IE possibly?

OutSystems 10 supports only IE10+, while OutSystems 11 supports only IE11.

Win10 running IE 11.1087

Not sure I can sent an OML ... will see


For what i could found, IE9 and above supports Array.forEach but not for NodeList, which a normal querySelector returns. If you feel confortable you'll have to find the element that is using the for each and conver the nodelist to an array and should work