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    • July 07, 2016
    • Reply

    I have a questions about – APEX 5.0.3 working in IE 11.
    We have Oracle EBS R12.1.3 and have configured APEX 5.0.3
    APEX 5.0.3 is setup to use the Tomcat 6.0 that is built with our Unix Server Solaris 10 and using ORDS 2.0.8
    But the APEX Admin Page doesn’t seem to work in IE 11. The page gets launched, but the login credentials doesn’t appear on the IE window. It is a blank page.
    But works in Firefox and displays the login credentials details.
    I would really appreciate if anyone else can throw light on this.
    Thanks in Advance,

      • Frank Hoogendoorn
      • July 14, 2016
      • Reply

      Hello Deepa,
      Please send us an email at info@insum.ca, or through our Contact Us page.
      Thank you

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