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IE10, IE 11 and Proxy

Question asked by koder303 on Jun 9, 2014
Latest reply on Jun 13, 2014 by koder303
I am running a JS application using Server 10.1. I have a couple of services that are secured with a user name and password. I have established a proxy that accesses these services.

My web application is able to add a polygon to a feature class, and then a user is able to, using a template picker, add related points to the initial polygon.

Feature Class: Farm (polygon)
Feature Class: Animals (point)

So I am adding animals to a farm.

Using IE 9, Firefox, and Chrome, after I add an animal I execute queryRelatedRecords on my Farm feature class and my query returns all my related animals, including the one I just added.

However when I use IE 10 or IE 11, I am able to add the animal to the farm but when I execute queryRelatedRecords, I get the initial animal list that I saw when I first opened the map. Again, the animal is added, but if my farm had 2 animals before I added a 3rd, I get 2 animals via the queryRelatedRecords until I close my browser and open it up again.

Has anyone come across anything similar and have an idea how to fix this?

Thank you,

Alex

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