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bluesky
VP-ASP Super User

302 Posts

Posted - September 10 2003 :  09:52:57  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Maybe Just my experience ..but checked on 4 computers and IE6 rejects VPASP cookies even when its set on MEDIUM .... nightmare .
I realise and have seen posts that IE6 does not cause them problem set to medium but I can only tell you my experience and that is that it is causing a problem.

I realise this problem has only raised its head in the last few months with the prevelance of IE6 and its I suppose not a VPASP problem but I would like to see future releases warning people of this potential problem and how to overcome it with a privacy statement.

Suppose its too much to ask that VPASP comes with its own IE6 busting privacy statement that covers e-commerce in general

Its just a concern of mine at moment as I grapple with the Nuances of WC3 an privacy statements ....phew , its giving me a sore head

PAUL

Jill
VP-ASP Super User

USA
249 Posts

Posted - September 10 2003 :  18:35:53  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Paul, or someone!

Can you give us some info, or point us to some, on what needs to be in the privacy policy?

Thanks, Jill

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bluesky
VP-ASP Super User

302 Posts

Posted - September 10 2003 :  19:14:10  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Uk Sports gave an excellant Run Down in this post
http://www.vpasp.com/virtprog/vpaspforum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=1345

but its still a headache learning all about it an understanding lot of new terms and tech Jargon , you can get the free policy editor thru this link from IBM in this link but be prepared to do some heavy reading
http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/p3peditor

Best of Luck !!

PAUL

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Habitue
VP-ASP New User

USA
90 Posts

Posted - September 22 2003 :  16:09:58  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
That is a GREAT Rundown! Very informative.

Thanks for the link to the thread bluesky.

Peace,

~Habitue~

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"I've heard that it's good to think before you speak..." - TBC
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rashid
Starting Member

3 Posts

Posted - November 01 2003 :  23:57:34  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have the same problem. Our site does'nt work on IE6 at all. When you click on next page it will not work. Similarly if you try to checkout it will give you a message that shopping cart is empty.

I am surprised to see what there's not much help available on this issue. Whereas many many people all over the world are upgrading to IE 6 and VP-ASP does'nt work on IE6.

Hope support will look into this problem soon.

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williamj
VP-ASP New User

Canada
77 Posts

Posted - November 02 2003 :  08:52:52  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have VPASP version4 and have no problems using Exporer6. There must be something else causing your problem. My privacy settings are at medium.

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Jill
VP-ASP Super User

USA
249 Posts

Posted - November 02 2003 :  11:27:02  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Same here - only I use V5.

Jill

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arte
Starting Member

30 Posts

Posted - November 02 2003 :  18:10:56  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi all, I use V5 and test on IE6+ and NS7+ and all work fine on my machines.

It is not a VPASP problem. They cannot account for every users personal browser settings.

Remember we have to adapt our html and css and asp to suit the browsers as balanced as we can. VP is just asp code with some not very nice html in there. Even the giant Symantec and its NAV products cause severe problems for lots of software.

So I'm jumping to the defense of VP yep! Yes normally i'd be jumping down the throat of a supplier if there were "holes" in their product eg M$oft Windoze etc!

Having said all that I'd better stop ranting and check out the url's above.

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bluesky
VP-ASP Super User

302 Posts

Posted - November 08 2003 :  20:51:32  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
For Anybody working on their statement , just came across this useful tool

http://www.w3.org/P3P/validator.html

it checks your intallation for you and reports faults

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bluesky
VP-ASP Super User

302 Posts

Posted - November 09 2003 :  23:51:58  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have added the statements using the IBM editor ,but according to the validator it has problems, HOWEVER even this faulty Privacy Statement has solved the problems in my original post.
DOes anyone know of a Good Newsgroup or Forum where I can get help troublshooting the faults showing up though.

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