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this is an issue of jQuery (or rather IE). There seem to be some workarounds and if they don't work you can try downgrading jQuery (with static resource mappings) but that may cause more issues - RF 4.2.0 Final uses jQuery-1.7.1, RF 4.3.X uses 1.8.X. Do not upgrade jQuery to 1.9.X or higher, it is incompatible with RichFaces.
Pavel Hofrík wrote:
(Sorry for not posting code, but I'm not allowed to do so.)
Oh the irony. OSS FTW!
FYI: There are commercial/confidential support channels availble for RichFaces. Have a look at the WFK product from Red Hat:
is there any chance we will see upgrade of JQuery to 1.9.1 or 1.10.1 in RichFaces 4.3.3 planned for September this year?
Hey Michal, could you file an component upgrade request in issue tracker and elaborate there why jQuery 1.9.x / 1.10.x is incompatible with RF4.3?
jQuery 1.9 introduced a number of breaking changes, remvoing many previously depracated features. See the jQuery 1.9 upgrade guide for details:
We will surely upgrade RichFaces to use jQuery 1.9+ at some point, but the risk in doing so too early is that it will break other jQuery plugins that have not yet upgraded to the new API.
OTOH, with RF 5 we are considering upgrading to jQuery 2.0.