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niocosys Level 1 (0 points)

All of a sudden, my wiki is not displaying properly in IE9.  The middle column, where all the main content goes, won't actually load.  There's just a thin, rectangular, white box there.  It works on all other browsers.  It's strange because I don't think I changed anything on the server and I don't think IE9 had an update recently.  Any idea what is going on?  And no, I can't simply use the other browsers, so please don't suggest that.


Mac mini, OS X Server, Late 2012 w/ Fusion Drive
  • andrewnesbitt Level 1 (15 points)

    If you open the JavaScript debugger in IE9, do you see any error messages?

     

    Andrew

  • basilmir Level 1 (75 points)

    Error goes something like this.

    Around the internet i found that resetting IE 9 might fix the issue but in this case it does not.

     

    PS. IE 10 Preview Edition does not exibit this behaviour.

     

    SCRIPT438: Object doesn't support property or method 'matchMedia'
    sprockets.js?hash=f9afd3016a937616af124e8e71ff83cb, linie 8503 caracter 3

  • SBeattie2 Level 1 (85 points)

    I reported this same issue as well.  It is definitely caused by something that changed in the Version 2.2 OS X Server update a little over a week ago.  Out of curiosity - I restored back to 2.1 - and the problem did not occur.  So far this has happened to everyone that I have asked to access the wiki - it is definitely not a random problem.  I am going to open a bug report for it.  I am surprised that I am not seeing a lot more posts about it.

     

    ~Scott

  • SBeattie2 Level 1 (85 points)

    I just tried a complete reset of IE9.  It did not resolve the issue. I turned on script debugging - and I get the exact same error at line 8503.

     

    ~Scott

  • niocosys Level 1 (0 points)

    basilmir wrote:

     

    Error goes something like this.

    Around the internet i found that resetting IE 9 might fix the issue but in this case it does not.

     

    PS. IE 10 Preview Edition does not exibit this behaviour.

     

    SCRIPT438: Object doesn't support property or method 'matchMedia'
    sprockets.js?hash=f9afd3016a937616af124e8e71ff83cb, linie 8503 caracter 3

    I see the exact same thing, indeed.

  • niocosys Level 1 (0 points)

    SBeattie2 wrote:

     

    I reported this same issue as well.  It is definitely caused by something that changed in the Version 2.2 OS X Server update a little over a week ago.  Out of curiosity - I restored back to 2.1 - and the problem did not occur.  So far this has happened to everyone that I have asked to access the wiki - it is definitely not a random problem.  I am going to open a bug report for it.  I am surprised that I am not seeing a lot more posts about it.

     

    ~Scott

    If the problem went away with a restore to Server.app 2.1, then I think it's safe to say Server.app 2.2 is the culprit.  Hopefully, Apple gets on an update soon. I've got people needing access. Thanks everyone!

  • SBeattie2 Level 1 (85 points)

    Since I'm so new to OS X Server - I have made many mistakes with it in my home learning environment - and therefore learned quickly to make image backups every step of the way - so restoring to v2.1 was very quick and simple.

     

    I also wanted to point out - this problem is not limited to the main screen of the Wiki.  If you disable the Wiki - but leave the default website enabled - the default website will display - but if you click on the change password link - it should pop up an enter user id, old password new password window and should also automatically switch to a trusted ssl connection - assuming you have a trusted certificate correctly configured.  This functionality works fine in Safari, Firefox and Chrome - but the same behavior occurs on the password change screen in IE9 as it does in the Wiki.

     

    I am now looking into submitting this to bugreport.apple.com.  I will report back after I do that.

     

    ~Scott

  • SBeattie2 Level 1 (85 points)

    I have submitted a bug report with Apple.  Maybe they will have a quick response.

     

    ~Scott

  • basilmir Level 1 (75 points)

    Curiously Firefox, Chrome, Opera and IE 10 Preview do not exibit the issue. It's IE9 specific.

  • SBeattie2 Level 1 (85 points)

    Yes - all other browsers that I have tried are working fine. I have not tried IE10 preview - but I will. No response yet from Apple on my bug report.

  • SBeattie2 Level 1 (85 points)

    Update:  Still no response from Apple on the bug report.

  • BDSICT Level 1 (0 points)

    Do you have a reply yet? I am also experiencing this issue.

  • SBeattie2 Level 1 (85 points)

    Nothing yet.  This is a bit unusual not to hear anything.  I submitted the bug report on December 20th.

  • Anders Christ Level 1 (0 points)

    I also have this issue with a brand new Mac Mini Server that I upgraded to latest verisons yeasterday. Will post a Support tickt to Apple.

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