Are you opening files on a UNC path (network share) with *file://UNC_path*?
If they are files on a share most likely you'll need to put a web server in from of them and serve them up via http. Depending on where the files are stored you could simply include that directory and publish them via the web server. For example we use ARInside. Our ARInside files are stored on one server and we have Apache web server (httpd) on a different server serving up the ARInside pages via UNC to the other server. I am not sure if this is something ISS can do as well. Jason On Sun, Feb 4, 2018 at 7:17 AM, Sharon Menachem <smenac...@rollins.com> wrote: > Hi All, > > > > I understand from a previous post to the list, that the reason the > PERFORM-ACTION-OPEN-URL new "file:..." functionality no longer works in > Chrome is because of security changes, and that it is likely to stop > working in IE soon once we are up to date with patches. I have many many > excel reports that have been made available in Remedy using this > functionality so I need to figure out another way to get the excel files to > open in the web environment. > > > > I am running ARS 9.1.3 with custom apps on an SQL backend. > > > > What can I use instead of PERFORM-ACTION-OPEN-URL new "file:..."? > > > > Thanks, > > Sharon > > > > > > -- > ARSList mailing list > ARSList@arslist.org > https://mailman.rrr.se/cgi/listinfo/arslist > >
-- ARSList mailing list ARSList@arslist.org https://mailman.rrr.se/cgi/listinfo/arslist