|Re: [google-chrome-frame:3126] POST request parameters not working with chrome frame is enabled on IE 8 browser||Alex Russell||8/2/12 4:08 AM|
A couple of questions:
When GCF is enabled, are these pages (the ones being served by Cognos)
being opted into rendering with GCF?
Have you verified (with Fiddler or similar) that the parameters aren't
being sent at all? If not, could you please create a Fiddler trace of
the session and verify what's going on at the network level?
If the parameters are, indeed, not being sent at all, can you please
open a bug at crbug.com and cc me, Robert, Greg, and Ananta (all cc'd
If the parameters *are* being sent but Cognos is, for some reason,
dropping the request on the floor, we can try dev-channel GCF with the
ExcludeUAFromDomain registry parameter to see if Cognos is simply
doing stupid UA sniffing.
If that fails, we might also try flipping the default policy to see if
Cognos like GCF masquerading as Chrome any better.
On Wed, Jul 11, 2012 at 4:27 AM, Bee <bawa....@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am using a java based application to send a POST url request to a cognos
> server using IE 8 browser. But I've noticed that the parameters are not
> being sent through properly. When I disable the chrome frame plugin for IE
> 8, it works fine, but I need to use chrome frame plugin as part of company
> policies. Can anyone suggest a workaround?
> Thank you.
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