Firefox 1.0 for windows and imanager 2.0.2

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Clicking on BM3.8 filter configuration then clicking the browse button to =
locate the server nothing happens. Works fine in Explorer.

Is there a fix for this? Do we have to wait for imanager 2.5?

cheers

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Martin
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You have to wait for iManager 2.5 Sorry.

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Jared
2/18/2005 4:15:30 PM
Jared wrote:
> You have to wait for iManager 2.5 Sorry.
> 
I have seen this in other places in iManager.  Pretty much anywhere that 
has a browse button or a function that produces a pop up box.  I think 
it has something to do with the way Java works.  For instance, when 
managing an iPrint printer or broker, if you try to browse for the 
object, it will not work.

I thought this was a java plugin problem?  Does iManager 2.5 not use 
Java anymore??  Or use it in a different way?

Thanks
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Aaron
2/18/2005 10:12:08 PM
Java's all used on the backend - Javascript and other browser technologies
are used on the front-end.

In versions pre-2.5, a lot of what was used was specific to IE.  I've not
found anything in the iManager 2.5 core that doesn't work identically
between IE and Mozilla, though some of the plugins haven't yet been
updated (DNS/DHCP, as I recall, is an example) and those still have some
browser-dependent components.

Jim

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Jim
2/18/2005 10:32:53 PM
That is great news!  I have been really wanting to get away from IE because 
of security issues, but too many of our browser based management insist on 
IE.

Thanks for the update.

Daniel Blake
Milford Central School

"Jim Henderson" <Jim.Henderson@SysOps.NSC> wrote in message 
news:pan.2005.02.18.22.32.52.892295@SysOps.NSC...
> Java's all used on the backend - Javascript and other browser technologies
> are used on the front-end.
>
> In versions pre-2.5, a lot of what was used was specific to IE.  I've not
> found anything in the iManager 2.5 core that doesn't work identically
> between IE and Mozilla, though some of the plugins haven't yet been
> updated (DNS/DHCP, as I recall, is an example) and those still have some
> browser-dependent components.
>
> Jim
>
> -- 
> Jim Henderson, CNA6, CDE, CNI, LPIC-1
> Homepage at http://hendersj.dyndns.org
>
> The opinions expressed above are not necessarily those of Novell, Inc.
> 


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Daniel
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