[THIN] Re: IE Applications work in Published Desktop but not as a Published App

  • From: Angela Smith <angela_smith9@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 19 Jan 2009 22:57:50 +1100

Hi Jeremy

Im simply publishing IE sites (iexplore.exe with various Intranet URL's).  The 
sites are all new and require a newer JAVA version which I have already 
installed (1.50).  All the Intranet sites work via a Published Desktop which 
validates JAVA is OK.  The sites all load Java applet on IE startup so Im not 
sure if this is playing up when run as a Published Application.

I will investigate IntervalsForLogoffCheck setting.  Hopefully this setting 
doesn't affect my other apps that run on my servers..


Subject: [THIN] Re: IE Applications work in Published Desktop but not as a 
Published App
Date: Mon, 19 Jan 2009 18:23:07 +1100
From: Jeremy.Saunders@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

Hi Angela,


What are you actually publishing? It sounds like the process is
not starting up quick enough, so the session just logs off. This is as
designed. There is a registry key to manage this called IntervalsForLogoffCheck.
Just google it for a full explanation.





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Subject: [THIN] IE Applications work in Published Desktop but not as a
Published App



I have the strangest issue with some JAVA IE based Apps start then will close
straight away.  This only occurs when IE is Published.  If I publish
a Desktop, I can manually open IE and can run all my JAVA based IE Apps without
any issues.  Issue only occurs when IE is published..

I tried running Filemon on the Citrix Server but couldn't see anything
obvious.  What should I look at in trying to resolve this?



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