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sxmb_ifr throws the error: browser is completely ignoring the <APPLET> tag!

Hello All,

sxmb_ifr is throwing the below error:

Opening the PI tools page with IP Add & FQDN explicitly from a browser is working fine but when using sxmb_ifr, the above error pops-up in the browser (IE 9).

Tried resetting the IE 9 settings to default & ensured that the below option in IE was already enabled.

But the error still exists. sxmb_ifr is working fine for my DEV & QA PI boxes. This issue occurred in the newly installed Pre-Prod box.

Can someone throw some light on the issue..?



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    Posted on Nov 12, 2012 at 03:50 PM

    Hi. Saiganesh.

    Please check the SAP Note 1153713

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    • Hello Lucho,

      Thanks for your time. The issue got resolved.

      Initially I found that the IE config in sxmb_adm was missing and somehow sxmb_ifr was trying to open the SAP Management Console (notice the port 56513 in my above screen shot) and resulted in the error.

      Corrected the IE config in sxmb_adm and then sxmb_ifr was opening up with the PI tools start page.

      For the below error:

      I noticed that we are using 64-bit Java but our browsers (IE9 & FF 16.0.2) are only 32-bit browsers. Hence console is not opening and throwing the above error. I installed 32-bit Java and now even the console was opening fine for me.

      Closing the thread.



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