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Extracting data from RTC[5.0.2] - IE vs chrome followup operation


Abhishek Kumar (49116) | asked Jan 20 '16, 9:29 a.m.
edited Jan 20 '16, 11:58 a.m.
 Hello all,

We have written a server side follow-up operation to extract a value of an Medium HTML attribute[DOORS module link] and then later do some operations.

Here is the data which i have received while saving the work item from chrome[47.0.25]:
http://localhost:8080/dwa/rm/urn:rational::1-5613480c7c10756b-M-00012da4

And the data extracted from IE 11:

//"<"a href="http://localhost:8080/dwa/rm/urn:rational::1-5613480c7c10756b-M-0
//0012da4">http://localhost:8080/dwa/rm/urn:rational::1-5613480c7c10756b-M-0
//0012da4</a">"

Is there a reason why there is a difference between the data from these two browsers??

Thanks,
Abhishek Kumar



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Ralph Schoon (57.0k23642) | answered Jan 20 '16, 10:49 a.m.
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edited Jan 20 '16, 10:51 a.m.
I don't see a reason why, and I can not spot any difference, except that your paste broke the second value in two parts.

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Abhishek Kumar commented Jan 20 '16, 12:05 p.m.

Hi Ralph,

I made a mistake the link tag didn't show up.. when we extract the data from IE and convert it into a string
String location = (String) workitem.getValue(doorsLoc); 
here doorsLoc is a handle attribute type medium html.
i get the above results (see question) while running the same plugin in different browsers.
Any explanation for the above behaviour??
Thanks in Advance..


sam detweiler commented Jan 20 '16, 12:37 p.m.

I do not see any difference between the two either.

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