FF seems to be fine. IE is mostly OK except it is missing the appendix. Beside the ReSpec button is a red #1; when I click it I get an Errors dialog which lists
Error loading references from 'https://specref.jit.su/bibrefs?refs=RFC2119,OSLCCore2,OSLCCore3,LDP,TRS,ILDP,ITIL,ITSM': error (No Transport)
From: Nick Crossley [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: November-03-15 5:21 PM
To: Sarabura, Martin
Subject: RE: [oslc-ccm] Confirmation of meeting this week, and draft minutes of last meeting
The reason for the message about non-secure parts was my mixing of https and http protocols. That part should be resolved. The Configuration Management spec displays correctly for me in the latest
versions of Safari, and Chrome, and both the latest and the ESR versions of Firefox. I cannot currently test on IE - would be interested in what you see.
Martin" ---10/07/2015 05:47:07 AM---Nick, were you able to investigate why certain browsers don't display the config management document
"Sarabura, Martin" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
10/07/2015 05:47 AM
RE: [oslc-ccm] Confirmation of meeting this week, and draft minutes of last meeting
Nick, were you able to investigate why certain browsers don't display the config management document correctly? Current FF and IE show the contents of the document without the OASIS
preamble and the table of contents. When I tried to load the document into an older version of IE it asked me whether I wanted to show the non-secure part of the document in addition to the secure part. I said yes and I got an odd document - see attached pdf.
It starts off OK, then has a large section of unformatted content, then on page 8 seems to recover its formatting ability.
Dr. Martin Sarabura
R&D Fellow, PTC