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When you say Firefox 1.0+, do you mean 1.0.x, or the current betas that are on the way to becoming 1.1? If the former, could you possibly test a current trunk build (or at least Mozilla 1.8beta1)? Past that, I'm not sure what we have in the way of being able to do a netmeeting session.... do we have something like that set up at the Foundation?
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Gerv, this bug is waiting on the Mozilla foundation folks answering the question in comment 2, basically. I can't tell what's going on here and whether it's a valid bug or not given the information I have thus far. firstname.lastname@example.org, is there anything you can do to let me try this given that I do not have NetMeeting available? Is there a way I could access this DHTML app?
The MoFo does not have any facilities for enabling NetMeeting beyond the ability to run NetMeeting (it comes with every version of Windows). Boris: can you find a MoFo Windows machine and get Myk/Dave to open the required ports in the firewall? Alternatively, I may be able to get some space on a demo installation of my company's "MeetingServer" product, which uses Java to achieve much the same effect. Other alternatives include VNC and Windows Remote Desktop. Let me know if I can be of more help. Gerv
Hmm... I'd need to vnc into the MoFo machine from over here (Chicago). If I can VNC directly into an Oracle machine where I can test that would be much simpler, probably.
We can use oracle product to do a web conference session. Please to http://imeeting.oracle.com. Let's fix a time so that i can start a web conference and i can let you join web conference to see the bug. When do you want to do. We can do it today also. I'm on east coast please let me know when do you want to see it. You can update this bug or send a mail directly to me to see this bug. Thanks CK
> Please to http://imeeting.oracle.com. That seems to require Windows to run, right? I've been thinking about this bug, and I think the simplest way for it to appear would be if the page removes or adds frames dynamically; our session history implementation has known issues with those (especially removals). Is that being done here?
1. To use Oracle Web conference you have to have IE browser. I guess even IE on MAC will work 2. About your question on dynamically adding and removing frames - No we don't do that. Our framesets are defined in jsp/html pages.
Oracle web conference can support Netscape 4.75. You can use that to see the bug. Let me know when you folks want to see this.
So my options for browsers are whatever runs on Linux or Solaris... What I'd really want is to not so much see the bug as see the source of the pages involved; just seeing a demo of the page isn't going to give me any more information than is present in comment 0...
I'm pretty sure that NS 4.75 runs on Solaris.
Yes, but when I go to that page you cited in comment 8 using Netscape 4, I get it complaining that it's unable to download Oracle Web Conferencing Console... As for when, I think the earliest time I could do that's during business hours eastern time is Thursday morning sometime (so in 6 days). Would that work for you? Something like 11am Eastern, say?
Next thursday works for me. Let's touch base on Wednesday to confirm the time. You can also use this URL for oracle web conference https://conference.oracle.com/imtapp/app/prelogin.uix
I spent several hours today trying to find a way to run the conferencing stuff on a Linux system, but no matter what I do the site just hands me a .exe file. So I really don't see how I can use that stuff, offhand.... Given that, is there any way to get me more information via e-mail or something? What would the web-conferencing software allow us to do that we can't do (possibly a little slower) over e-mail?
To be more precise, the software involved doesn't like my Windows system because that has no sound output method, and doesn't like my Linux system (which does have sound output) because it's not Windows....
A web conference session will show you the problem and morover you can take control and run script debugger to see yourself what is going on. At this point i suggest you to find a windows machine to see and diagonize the problem. I spoke to our support people here and they told most of the web conference works better on windows than other OS. If you can tell me any other web conference tool than can work beyond wirewall, i will be happy to use that also.
> and run script debugger to see yourself what is going on Ah, I see. Unfortunately, there are no Windows machines that I could install software on other than the one I already mentioned.... bryner, do you have a Windows machine on hand that you could use to look at this session history issue?
Here is the architecture our configurator product. An xml message is posted to our product servlet and the servlet returns a top level frameset <FRAMESET rows="190,*" ..> <FRAME name="header" id="header" SRC="/OA_HTML/czHeader.jsp"...> <FRAME name="template" id="template" SRC="/OA_HTML/czFraTemplate.jsp"...> </FRAMESET> czFraTemplate.jsp inturn contains <FRAMESET rows="*,20"...> <FRAME name="czContent" id="czContent" src="/OA_HTML/czCntnt.jsp"...> <FRAMESET cols="50%,*"...> <FRAME name="czSrc" id="czSrc" src="/OA_HTML/czSource.jsp"....> <FRAME name="czProxy" id="czProxy" src="servlet url"...> </FRAMESET> </FRAMESET> The frame czSrc contains all the necessary JS sources to push content to the czContent frame. Normally the czContent frame will consist of 2 inner frame czTree and czDisplay. The czTree display a tree like strucutre and when user selects a node the selection action is posted to the servlet through the proxy frame. Servlet returns JS commands that will invoke JS functions on the source frame to push html content dynamically in to the czTree and czDisplay frames. A mockup of our application is hosted at http://users.rcn.com/ckhima/ieperf/frameset.htm Click on the header Page 1 Page 2 links, this will simulate an event post on the proxy frame which will inturn render contents onthe content frame. Try clicking on browser back button the contents are loaded in their respective frames correctly as per the browser history. When we run the same thing in our confiugrator product when we press back button the html content from the czDisplay gets rendered on the czSrc frame. Due to this all the JS object state that were there on the czSrc frame is lost resulting in errors I tried my best to explain the situation in words. Let me know if you need more info
So that mockup shows the general app setup but doesn't show the bug for you, right?
Yes i tried to show the general setup of our product functionality. The bug is not reproducible you can run and try clicking browser back button you see the content gets rendered correctly in their respective frames. The bug is definitely reproducible everytime when we run our product.
Did you guys find a windows machine so that you can see and take a look at the bug?
Confirming bug just in case to save it from Gerv. It doesn't look like I'll be able to debug this in a reasonable way; could someone at the foundation take a look?
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
We are ready to show this bug in a oracle web conference session whenever someone is ready to look in to this bug
13 years ago
Reporter: Is this still a problem ?
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