IT User Group December 12 th , 2008 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
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December 12th, 20089:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Presentations ~ Log Out Issues ~ NVISION Overview ~ Computer Settings for NIS ~ NIS Sign On Page ~ Required Plugins ~ Scripting Changes for IE Settings ~ Internet Explorer Error ~ In Control / Out of Control Items ~ Level of Communication ~ Upgrade to 9.0
At nis.ne.gov click on the Training Manual button.
The NVISION NIS window has an “Outline” window on the left and a “Concept” window on the right.
To begin a course click on a lesson and then click on the Playback Mode.
The online course will begin. When taking a course you will need to follow the instructions in the bubble to complete the simulation.
NIS Technical Help Page
Most of the information presented here can be found on the NIS Technical Help page.
Go to: http://www.das.state.ne.us/nis/, and click on the Technical Help link.
NVISION Setting For Internet Explorer 7.0
The following are considerations with NVISION when using IE7.Do It mode requires the following security setting be enabled: "Allow script-initiated windows without size or position constraints". Go to Tools -> Internet Options -> Security -> Trusted Sites -> Custom Level -> Miscellaneous. You may need to restart IE after changing setting.In IE6, this is enabled by default in the Intranet Zone and Trusted Sites Zone.In IE7, this is enabled by default in the Intranet Zone only. IE7 sets the Trusted Sites Zone default security level to "Medium" (IE6 defaulted to "Low"). You can lower security level to a maximum of "Medium-low" OR set the setting above to "Enabled".With IE7, the gateway page will refresh into the Player TOC. The Player TOC will be in a window that includes the browser adornments. The size of the window will depend on the size of the IE7 window the last time IE was closed.
Supported Operating Systems & Browsers
Below are the operating systems and corresponding browsers which are officially supported by Oracle for the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 8.10 - Tools Release 8.97.
Windows XP Home Edition & Windows Vista Home Editions are not officially supported by Oracle. This is because they cannot account for all of the variable setting combinations individuals may have on their home computers. Though these operating systems are not "officially" supported, it is our experience that they have worked with the most recent tools release.
Windows 2000 is not supported by Oracle. Some users have been able to use Windows 2000, however others have had issues with it. We will assist where possible.
Adobe Acrobat Reader 6.01 or higher is needed .
Screen resolution should be 1024 x 768.
Supported Operating Systems & Browsers
Internet Explorer 7.0 Settings
Note: The suggested solution is only a guideline and not a requirement.
Response time of a “Find” operation is far slower on the html client than on the win32 fat client.
Response time is proportional to:
• Level of Processor – Pentium 4 has a significant impact compared to Pentium 3 or lower
• Processor Speed
Pentium 4 has hyper threading capability which makes a single-CPU machine operate as a 2-CPU machine.
Response Time Benchmark: (customer fetching 200 rows, clearly showing the impact of processor speed)
Though there is an impact of moving to Pentium 4 with its hyper threading capability, Pentium 4 is not required for NIS to work on the web client.
Memory made little difference in this case.
The NIS Sign On Page is http://nis.ne.gov/.
DO NOT use www in the address when navigating to the Sign On Page. If you use www you will get a “Webpage Cannot Be Displayed” message.
DO NOT bookmark this page:
Note: You can bookmark http://nis.ne.gov/.
Installing Browser Plugins Manually
Log onto Windows as a user with administrator rights
Click the yellow bar and select Install ActiveX Control
This error can have a number of causes.
One issue that can cause this is a corrupt User Profile.
If it is caused by a corrupt User Profile, the only solution, rebuild the User Profile.