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then I have this report set into a WebFOCUS PAGE[Page02] as well. So when I run Page02 first and then click on the heading hyperlink, and it didn't redirect this page02 to page01, check on 'browser developer tools' at console there is error state:
The frame attempting navigation of the top-level window is sandboxed, but the flag of 'allow-top-navigation' or 'allow-top-navigation-by-user-activation' is not set.
any idea what is going on?
*CORS is all checked in SecurityThis message has been edited. Last edited by: nox,
I would love to re-create issue base on car file, but I think this issue is MAINLY around Cross-Origin(CORS) issues.
Would like to have more idea base on different domain using iframe to display WebFOCUS's BI content.
Domain/Site A- where WebFOCUS server installed and create several graphs and ready to display in domain B.
Domain/Site B- Got an html with Iframe within and with Sandbox security setting, and within this Iframe need to display graphs from WebFOCUS in domain A.
since there 2 domains in place, WebFOCUS Administrator setting need to enable CORS setting in Security in order to pass resources to domain B and NO access to domain B to touch Sandbox security setting(pretty much Sandbox is off-limit). How can I show those graphs within domain B's Iframe?