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SAP Supplier Self Service (SUS) Portal


I've done a lot of looking into this subject but would anyone out there know if a solution exists for SAP Supplier Self Service (SUS) Portal working with Internet Explorer 10 or 11 (which was recently released). I know you can run Internet Explorer 10 or 11 in compatibility mode but is there a fix where you don't have to run IE 10/11 in compatibility mode. Also, is there any release of SUS that can work for different browsers ie. Firefox, Chrome, Safari?

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    Posted on Jan 02, 2014 at 02:11 PM


    please always refer to the Product Availability Matrix of your Netweaver release to find out which browser version is supported for your system. SUS is using only BSP technology, this is what you will need looking for. For example you have a Netweaver 7.0 EHP2 basis relase you would need to look here:

    IE 10 would be supported as of SP12, IE11 as of SP14 for BSP (page 34). Please mind that for both this browser versions there are restriction as detailed in the indicated notes.

    Once you know which browser is supported for your basis release you can head over to the PAM for SRM and check the list of supported browser versions if there are any restriction from application side. Generally if a browser version is supported for the basis release it will be supported for the application as well, if not noted otherwise.



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  • Posted on Dec 24, 2013 at 08:26 AM

    Hello Chad,

    As a standard practice SAP recommends to use SUS with Internet explorer 6.0 version and above, however it is observed that with IE 10 or 11 these needs to be used with compatibility mode.

    You can always set compatibility mode as default, whenever a new tab or window is opened in internet explorer version.


    You can try with InPrivate browsing in Internet explorer, to access/activate InPrivate browsing -> go to Internet Explorer -> Tools ->Click InPrivate browsing.

    This InPrivate browsing has worked perfectly for one of our client using both components Supplier Self Service (SUS) and Live Auction Cockpit (LAC) together.


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