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E1: JAS: Response Headers Generated from E1 Web Pages Contain Invalid Character for Cache Expires Date that Causes Web Screen Rendering Issue when Accessing Through Microsoft Azure Application Proxy (Doc ID 2868440.1)

Last updated on JUNE 22, 2022

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

When Web Runtime Static Cache Expiration option (jas.ini > [OWWEB] > CacheStaticContentDays) is set to the default value (30) or any value other than zero (0), each web page is generated with cache information containing Expires date in its response header.  However, the Expires date contains an invalid character.



As a result, when accessing EnterpriseOne web client through Microsoft Azure Application Proxy, this invalid character causes the connector server for Azure Application Proxy to fail to interpret the response headers and the web pages cannot be rendered properly.

For example, E1 Signon Screen will not be rendered correctly.  All the page layout gets lost for the session accessing through Microsoft Azure Application Proxy.



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Cause

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