4 Replies Latest reply on Aug 14, 2007 6:15 AM by Ilya Shaikovsky

    rich:menuItem Internet Explorer security incompatibility.

    Luke Bishop Newbie

      The placement of a single rich:menuItem tag on a page causes IE6 to display the message "this page contains both secure and nonsecure items" in an SSL environment. Firefox does not complain. The code I used to test is as follows:

      <rich:toolBar>
       <rich:dropDownMenu value="Site">
       <rich:menuItem value="About The Action Request System" action="go_help_about"/>
       </rich:dropDownMenu>
      </rich:toolBar>


      The action "go_help_about" refers to a page within the same application. I can remove the rich:menuItem tag and IE no longer complains. In addition , I downloaded the richfaces-demo 3.0.1 and installed in my SSL environment. I can reproduce the same problem in the demo app.

      Can someone please help me resolve this issue. This is currently a show stopper because of secure, single-signon environment where my application is to be deployed.

      richfaces 3.0.1 snapshot ajax4jsf 1.1.1.