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The following web browsers are compatible with QPR Portal:


Web Browser


Microsoft Internet Explorer

6.0, 7.0, 8.0

Mozilla Firefox for Windows

3.0, 3.5

Mozilla Firefox for Linux and Mac OS X

3.0, 3.5


Note: Using Mini Portal in Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 is not recommended due to performance issues and the limited support of CSS 2.1 in Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.


Note: Mini Portal is not supported with Right-to-Left Languages.


Note: All Windows paths (e.g. information item locations such as X:\Document on a network drive.doc) may not work on other browsers than Microsoft Internet Explorer. For optimal browser-independent functionality, upload all shared documents into a location accessible via HTTP.


Note: The built-in SVG viewer in Mozilla Firefox does not work properly with QPR Portal. The built-in SVG viewer can be disabled and the Adobe viewer installed in the following way:

1.Go to about:config (type it into the address bar)
2.Search for svg.enabled setting and change it to false
3.Copy NPSVG3.dll and NPSVG3.zip from <Program Files>\Common Files\Adobe\SVG Viewer 3.0 to <Program Files>\Mozilla Firefox\plugins. Check the supported version from the listing in Other Requirements section.
4.Restart Mozilla Firefox


Browser Configuration


Usually default settings are correct, i.e. no separate configuration is needed. However the following settings may need attention:

Browser must allow execution of JavaScript and JavaScript must be allowed to perform the following functions:
Open new windows
Resize and move windows
In some cases, a pop-up blocker may interfere with QPR Portal. It is advisable to add QPR Portal as a whitelisted (allowed) site which can open windows freely in the case a whitelisting possibility exists.
Depending on contents browsed through QPR Portal, it may be advisable to set the 'Empty page history' setting on.


The URL for logging into QPR Portal is:


http://<host name>/<script_path>/qpr.exe


Substitute qpr.exe with qpr.dll in the case the server is using the ISAPI DLL, or with qpr.cgi in the case you are using a web server running on some other platform than Windows.


Browser Security Settings


In the case you have problems with logging into the QPR Portal, verify that your browser's security settings are set so that QPR Portal can be used. With Microsoft Internet Explorer the security settings can be defined in the Security tab under the Internet Options menu, which can be found in the Tools menu.

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