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  1. PUBLIC - Liferay Social Office Community Edition
  2. SOS-1868

Private messaging: in IE 10, after sending a message, the portlet asks to download a .js file

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    • Fix Priority:
      5
    • Affects Portal Version/s:
      6.2.x

      Description

      Private messaging: in IE 10, after sending a message, the portlet asks to download a .js file

      1. Deploy SO plugins.
      2. Navigate to Messages page.
      3. Click New Message.
      4. Fill in the fields and click send.

      Actual result:
      In IE 10, there is a messaging asking if you want to open or save messages.js and it looks like the window is trying to reload indefinitely. The message does send, but you have to refresh the page in order to see that it was sent.

      Expected result:
      After clicking Send, the popup window should close and you should still remain in the private messaging portlet.

      Please see attached animated gif.

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          ken.duenwald Ken Duenwald added a comment -

          PASSED Manual Testing following the steps in the description.

          Fixed on:
          Tomcat 7.0.42 + MySQL 5. Portal 6.2.0 CE GA1.
          Plugins 6.2.x CE GIT ID: c7af3329b7c0cdbffa98ccb2b157f6853274fe0d.

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          ken.duenwald Ken Duenwald added a comment - PASSED Manual Testing following the steps in the description. Fixed on: Tomcat 7.0.42 + MySQL 5. Portal 6.2.0 CE GA1. Plugins 6.2.x CE GIT ID: c7af3329b7c0cdbffa98ccb2b157f6853274fe0d.

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            • Assignee:
              ken.duenwald Ken Duenwald
              Reporter:
              mandy.lee Mandy Lee (Inactive)
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