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Adding META tag for IE10 compatibility view


we're running into a unique issue and need to pick some brains.

We're making the jump to 2008R2 SP1, we're running BO XI 3.1 SP7 across the board.

OpenDocs is having an issue where the spinning wheel "Loading" just stays in the browser, if the users click into it and hit ESC button they can access the document / PDF.

After some digging we found that IE10 is using IE 10 Compatibility Mode. When we set it to use just IE10 Standard this issue goes away.

Due to some other legacy sites and servers we can't force to turn off compatibility view all together with GPO.

After some digging I found a meta tag header that can be used to use standard mode over compatibility

<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge">

what I cannot figure out is where to add this line. I think we need it for OpenDocs and Infoviewapp.

Since it's only Tomcat7 and not a full blwon Apache/Tomcat7 setup I cannot use the.htaccess file.

Anyone ran into this issue? Where do I add this line?

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  • Posted on Dec 08, 2014 at 06:55 PM

    This needs to add in the IE source.

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