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Avoiding Browser Take Over


Here is my issue.... some websites when brought into the portal through an iview take over the browser and you lose all of the Portal. For example the header, navigation, etc....

I've tried .net iviews and the java master iview that brings in an url. And both do not stop the browser take over. The only solution is to open the website as an external service into its own browser window.

The problem with that is you then have multiple browser windows open, the portal along with any other newly spawed browser windows. This option is not acceptable for my customer.

Does anyone know a solution for this problem?



PS - We are on EP5

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2003 at 03:22 PM

    Hi Keith,

    the situation you face is most likely related to a 'framebreaker' functionality that is implemented via Javascript on the content system. Unless you are in control of the content system there is no way around that behaviour.



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