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Does IE 10 pre-release on Windows 7 will work with RTC 4.0?

Agostino Colussi (367) | asked Dec 18 '12, 9:47 a.m.
I verified that connecting a RTC 4.0 server using IE 10 pre-release on Windows 7 is not working (it hangs)
Connecting using last versions of Firefox and Chrome works.

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Rob Retchless (31125) | answered Dec 18 '12, 2:26 p.m.
I use IE10 to access RTC web UI and it works great (I'm on Windows 8 though).  All Jazz applications send the X-UA-Compatible meta tag to force newer versions of IE into a supported mode. In and 4.0.1, it's forced into IE=9 mode, so even though IE10 is not officially supported yet, it will work just fine. 

Look for official support to be added in the March-June 2013 timeframe, although it's not officially planned yet. I opened a work item against Jazz Application Frameworks. Feel free to subscribe to it for updates:
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Agostino Colussi commented Dec 31 '12, 7:09 a.m.

 Hi Mark, thanks for your answer but the problem should reside in the combination 

IE 10 pre-release running on Windows 7 (SP1 installed) connecting to RTC server 
As previously reported the same PC environment works connecting to RTC server 4.0.1

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Rajesh Avanthi (10815134173) | answered Dec 18 '12, 10:43 a.m.

Please refer the below link for all supported versions of browsers:


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Agostino Colussi (367) | answered Dec 18 '12, 11:07 a.m.
Thanks for the link. I was aware about the supported browser versions.
I only asked if there are plan to support IE 10 also. 
In any case I verified that
  • IE 10 works connecting to RTC server 4.0.1
  • IE 10 hangs connecting to RCT server 
So it seems RTC did fix something on

Guido Schneider commented Dec 18 '12, 12:12 p.m.

IE10 with Windows 8 and RTC V.4.0.1 RTC V. works for me. It has some rendering issues (e.g. icons in query results. but I have not seen any dramatic stuff.)
Not tested with WIndows 7 and IE10.

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