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EditFieldBase.js (lightspeed js library) error in Web Dynpro AJAX

Hi, we have a problem in Web Dynpro AJAX portal with lightspeed js library and we need help to solve this issue.

We have NetWeaver 7.5 sp7, theme sap_tradeshow_plus and IE10 browser. When NetWeaver and other system was updated to 7.5 we catch error every page refreshing on AJAX portal in /, but in CLASSIC portal all works perfectly.

And we have this error only on page with our custom component that have combobox. This is part of code with error:||0)-(parseInt(oComputedStyle.borderBottomWidth)||0)-(parseInt(oComputedStyle.paddingTop)||0)-(parseInt(oComputedStyle.paddingBottom)||0))+'px'; 

and in the first value (this.oDomRef.offsetHeight) we get 0, and finally we have = ‘-2px’ 

the this.oDomRef is html element:

<INPUT tabIndex=0 id=aaaa.FilterView.ReportType style="WIDTH: 500px" readOnly value="no value" ct="CB" ti="0" lsevents="{Select:[{'ClientAction':'submit'},{'urEventName':'COMBOBOXSELECTIONCHANGE'}],Change:[{'ClientAction':'submit'},{'urEventName':'COMBOBOXSELECTIONCHANGE'}]}" lsdata="{1:'500px',8:'aaaa.FilterView.ReportsFilter.ReportType.text',9:'0',11:'no\x20value'}" autocomplete="off" iLastWidth="500" iLastHeight="16">

I don’t know why height is 0, because style of this element have height: 2.85ex

I can't change EditFieldBase.js but maybe I can do something else?

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  • Posted on Sep 10, 2017 at 10:53 AM


    As per your query, I see that you are using portal in IE10 browser.

    Since January 2016 Microsoft has stopped its support for any Internet Explorer (IE) lower than IE11. SAP can't support a browser that isn't being supported by its manufacturer, as a result SAP doesn't support older IE either. Please use Internet Explorer 11 and above.

    Refer KBA # 2398889 - Internet Explorer support for Enterprise Portal


    Santarshi Samanta

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