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E1: JAS: Browser Support / Certification Information and Best Practices / Checklist For Setting Up Different Browsers to Use With EnterpriseOne (Doc ID 1267490.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 06, 2023

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 8.98 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Oracle supports different browsers and their specific versions with EnterpriseOne. Before users access E1 on web clients, it is very important to verify is that the combination of operating system and browser running on that machine meets the Minimum Technical Requirements (MTRs) for EnterpriseOne. Also each browser needs to be setup differently to get the desired results from E1 applications. This document provide the details on setting up different browsers (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari and Microsoft Edge) to use with EnterpriseOne Web Client, which includes the information from Certifications/Support point of view and other recommended settings like how ActiveX Controls needs to be configured, Compatibility Mode settings, etc. .



This document is intended for E1 CNC Administrators who configure EnterpriseOne Web Clients for other Administrators, Developers and End Users.


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In this Document
 Operating System and Web Browser Requirements
 Internet Explorer Notes
 Support of Internet Explorer
 Important Settings for Internet Explorer with EnterpriseOne
 ActiveX Controls
 Notes for Shared sessions in Internet Explorer 8
 Scripting, History, Security and Add-on setting in Internet Explorer
 Enabling Scripting in Internet Explorer
 Other settings in Internet Explorer
 Understanding Compatibility Mode in Internet Explorer
 Enterprise Mode for Internet Explorer 11
 Firefox and Chrome Notes
 Support of Firefox and Chrome
 Safari Notes
 EDGE Notes

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