Please specify the browser you are using and also OE version.
Did you try with any other browser(s)?
Im using internet explorer and the openedge 11.3.2. I have not tried with any other browsers no.
OK. It should work if you are using IE. Please check your webclient.htm file to ensure that you have correct value for "ProwcappURL".
I suspect that this value is reset after you set it with ether.SetProperty(). Search for ProwcappURL after "ether.SetProperty("ProwcappURL", "http://server1/webclient/app_installer/yourapp.prowcapc");" line. If there is any other line that sets value for ProwcappURL, make sure that it is set to "http://server1/webclient/app_installer/yourapp.prowcapc"
Hi there is no other line that sets this property...?
If I run my bootstrap again after the webclient installs it will install my app. so the bootstrap.htm is working fine.
Yes, if you run bootstrap.htm, it will check if webclient is installed or not. If yes, it will start installing the application. In your case, as webclient is already installed, you are seeing the application install.
Can you attach webclient.htm file that you are using?
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Yes, if you run bootstrap.htm, it will check if webclient is installed or not. If yes, it will start installing the application. In your case, as webclient is already installed, you are seeing
the application install.
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Yes, you are correct. It should start installing the application after webclient install is done. You need not run bootstrap again.
I tried this and I can see that application starts its install as soon as the webclient is done. I am setting value for ProwcappURL in scriptPlayer function.
Hi thanks for all the assistance... but Ive had this working all the time... there is just a long break after the webclient installation before the application comes up for download.
If I can continue this thread and ask if anyone has used the AppAutoUpdate in registry for the webclient to automatically update without user input? as per documentation..
Does it automatically update the webclient or does it just supress the dialog and take you to the page to download webclient?
AppAutoUpdate is only for the application updated. If the application version in the prowcapc file has changed, the WebClient Initializer will normally ask the user if they wish to upgrade the application. AppAutoUpdate was added to suppress this question and automatically update the application.
IIRC, it was added for a scenario where the WebClient version upgrade could be pushed out to all clients by some sort of System Management Service, but the webclient application upgrade required using Intellistream. The problem it was trying to solve was that this upgrade could be unattended (i.e. no user interaction involved), except for this dialog asking if the user wanted to upgrade. Suppressing this dialog allowed an unattended upgrade to occur.
Thanks so much for the replies and answers..
do you think progress would get to the stage where we can update the webclient automatically aswell and not only the application?
I am not aware of this being on our WebClient roadmap (it might be, I just don't know about it). This is an enhancement request. I don't remember the exact procedure for requesting an enhancement, but I am sure others can chime in.
I hope it is... I honestly believe the less user interaction with updates etc the better...
Our company is interested in the same thing, namely forced upgrades to new web clients without user approval and a graceful rollback if the upgrade is not successful.
Did you get any further on this request and what installers were you using?