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an Offline LightSwitch Application will not work
Last Post 02 Jun 2013 09:19 PM by admin. 2 Replies.
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02 Jun 2013 06:06 PM
    Hi, I don't know if this is the right place to ask this question. Let's say that I have created an HTMLClient application and hosted it in IIS. now, the server and the client are disconnected from the internet (offline). the client could not load the page from the server because it seem that it refere to scripts from the 'outside'. How I can resolve this problem ? does the Server should have an internet or the client ? and what if none of them is online ?
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    02 Jun 2013 06:50 PM
    Ok, I have downloaded the globalize.min.js and put it in the script folder and changed the reference in the default.html.

    Now, it is working on IE10 but not in Chrome.

    Note: My application Is globalized with 2 languages... and It seems that chrome is trying to read scripts (the same scripts that IE10 ignore) related to globalization, but are not referred directly in the default.html. what I can do ?
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