0 Replies Latest reply: Nov 15, 2011 10:00 PM by kochukavi RSS

    Problem with IE while loading a url using IFrame

    kochukavi Community Member

      Hi,

       

      Can you please provide solution for the following problem?

       

      I used IFrame to access a different URL in <mx:Script>  from one page. Code exerpts are as follows:

       

                String url = 'https://' + ipaddress;

                var fr:IFrame = model.dictionary[ipaddress]; // dictionary is of type flash.utils.Dictionary

                   if (fr == null)

                      {

                          fr = new IFrame(ipAddress);

                          fr.source = url;

                          fr.percentHeight = 100;

                          fr.percentWidth = 100;

                          fr.visible = true;

                          fr.includeInLayout = true;

                          model.dictionary[ipaddress] = fr; // points the IFrame to dictionary

                         

                          if (model.currentframe != null)

                          {

                              model.currentframe.visible = false;

                              model.currentframe.includeInLayout = false;

                          }

                         

                          model.currentframe = fr;

                          this.removeAllChildren();

                          this.addChild(fr); // adds this frame as child for parent component

                      }

       

      The same code works well with Firefox but throws up an error with IE. It is due to security settings in IE and if the security settings are made low, the new page is loaded.

       

      Have you ever come across such a problem? Is there any workaround for this problem?

       

      For some other sites with https, chrome also showed up some problem while loading the page