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Timestamp: Fri, 9 Sep 2011 13:50:04 UTC
Most users of our application naturally use Internet Explorer, and we are coming across undesired navigation behaviors such as commandButtons that do not respond to events. Their listeners are fully executed, what can be checked via debugging, but the page ignores the click. We have been unfortunate that there's no error at all at the IDE Console, nor in the Tomcat Server logs. It does look like a problem totally related to the view technology in place, whether a browser issue or a flaw/misconfiguration on the Richfaces/JSF part of the equation.
One important note is that: the errors above do not happen on Firefox, though the problem is still the same, the commandButton does not work.
The most intriguing thing is that everything was normal 2 days ago. Today, some buttons are working, but not all of them, to make matters worse. It does look like a localized problem quite hard to pinpoint, we cannot just say it is a problem of wide scope since there are buttons working normally.
Has anyone ever experienced anything similar?
Thanks in advance!
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Is there a way to prevent the defer attribute to be generated for tests purposes?
We have already tested the use of
and all its possible values (NONE, ALL, DEFAULT), which is a way to work with scripts in the Richfaces/JSF scenario, these sets belonging to the web.xml. Nothing changes independently of of your choice of setting.