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CMS-XML Is my SSO or SBM webpage in Internet Explorer in compatibility mode?
Internet Explorer has the ability to run all websites in the Intranet Zone in compatibility mode . Here is how you check which zone your web site is in, and whether or not it is in compatibility view.
CMS-XML Internet Explorer Compatibility Mode issues in SBM and SOO
In SBM before version 10.1.4 Compatibility Mode must be disabled for the following interfaces:
CMS-XML GetFieldValue does not give consistent result when used in TT compatibility mode
SBM 2008 R2
CMS-XML Problems with Create Report page when Compatibility Mode is Disabled in IE10
SBM 10.1.2.1
CMS-XML Can I use IE11 with SBM?
Internet Explorer 11 is supported with SBM 10.1.4 and above, but only in Edge (Default) mode and not in compatibility mode . Internet Explorer has many features to enhance compatibility with older programs. These features will put a website into compatibility view without being obvious.
CMS-XML Sourcebridge: Unable to association in IE 8 or later without browser compatibility mode enabled
SBM 10.1.4
CMS-XML Blue state label in the Social IT view is hard to read when using Compatibility Mode
SBM 10.1.2
CMS-XML IE11: Application Administrator displays a large white box across the screen when using Compatibility Mode when HTML5 is disabled
SBM 10.1.4.1
CMS-XML SBM Application Repository not loading in IE 10
A workaround is to enable Compatibility mode in IE 10.
CMS-XML Cannot login in to SBM or Application Repository with IE10 using SSO
If you see a "hanging" screen or the spinning "wait" logo while logging in using IE10, then you may need to enable Compatibility Mode in the browser.
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