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E1: MTR: JAS: MOBJ: FAQ on JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Browsers Support as Microsoft Announces the End Of Support for IE11 and its Impact on Support for Internet Explorer 11 (Doc ID 2720131.1)

Last updated on MARCH 13, 2024

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

This document addresses some Frequently Asked Questions on JD Edwards (JDE) software Browsers Support in regards to the recent announcement from Microsoft on the End-of-Support for Internet Explorer (IE) 11 and its impact on support for Internet Explorer 11. It also states the impact on the different browsers with Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne due to the withdrawal of the support for ActiveX.

Customers have built business processes that include creating, editing the Media Objects and ability to import and export data easily from the JD Edwards Grid to Microsoft Excel. They have leveraged ActiveX from Microsoft to do so. Since Microsoft has deprecated ActiveX, it is necessary to provide functional continuity to customers who are looking for these capabilities.

JD Edwards now provides customers with a solution that removes the dependency on ActiveX and leverages the import/export of EnterpriseOne grid data functionality and the ability to create, edit, and manage media objects across all JD Edwards supported browsers, namely, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Microsoft Edge based on Chromium. For the latest versions of supported browsers, please refer to My Oracle Support Certifications and Platform Statement of Direction. For more information on latest capabilities of Media Objects, please refer to Enhanced Browser Support for Media Objects (Doc ID 2768518.1).

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Question 1: What is Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne announcing?
 Question 2: What is the JD Edwards support policy for ActiveX on Internet Explorer 11?
 Question 3: What are the recommendations for customers who are currently using ActiveX on Internet Explorer 11?
 Question 4: Are there any technical considerations moving off of Internet Explorer 11 to other JD Edwards supported browsers?
 Question 5: Is Edge Chromium browser supported for JD Edwards?
 Question 6: Is Microsoft Edge's Internet Explorer (IE) Mode Certified and Supported?
 Question 7: Does EnterpriseOne support IE plugin/extension in non-IE browsers?
 Question 8: What are the Steps to move away from Internet Explorer and start using another supported browser?
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