Here’s what more than 2,500 business decision-makers around the world say.Download the report
...with the Facility Hero app in hand! Discover how you can optimize your maintenance efforts today.Learn more
Access tailored services, 24/7 self-service and expert help. Anywhere, anytime, any project.Discover now
Everything you need to know about our IoT technology backbone.Learn more
Welcome to the Schneider Electric Global Website×
Goals and Symptoms
FactoryCast and FCHMI applications propose a feature to build your custom web pages in the modules.
Long loading time is observed via Internet Explorer 7 if your custom web page is containing more 20 applets.
Causes and Fixes
Indeed, there is a performance problem when using several applets (>20) within a webpage. This is due to the changes made to activate controls within Internet Explorer 7.
Microsoft Support Level3 has responded that this was critical issue. He won't be able to provide a patch in the short time.
Maybe, Microsoft will fix this issue in the next service pack.
However for the moment, Microsoft suggests a workaround in order to avoid this loading issue.
In order to use this workaround, you have to perform the following actions:
function parameter(sName, sValue)
this.name = sName;
this.value = sValue;
function LiveApplet(codeBase,archive, code, width, height, paramList)
document.write('<APPLET codebase="' + codeBase + '" archive="' + archive + '" code="' + code + '" width="' + width + '" height="' + height + '" >');
for (i=0; i<paramList.length ; i++)
document.write('<PARAM name="'+ paramList[i].name +'" value="'+ paramList[i].value +'">');
HTML Page Sample
<--! Create a new array according to the number of applet parameters -->
var paramList4 = new Array(6);
<--! Create each parameter with these name and value -->
paramList4 = new parameter("LABEL_WIDTH","0");
paramList4 = new parameter("UNITS","Mhz");
paramList4 = new parameter("UNITS_WIDTH","25");
paramList4 = new parameter("VALUE_ALIGN","RIGHT");
paramList4 = new parameter("ADDRESS","%KF0");
paramList4 = new parameter("DATATYPE","REAL");
<--! Call the LiveApplet method to build an applet -->
The R&D team will include the final resolution in a next release. But for the moment, I recommend to use if possible the graphic editor and viewer.
(Removed File URL: 186787_1AA2/Applets.zip)(Removed Image URL: /PubResEXPORT.nsf/2b87ee90be777fc085257c28006ee4ef/3bfe7dda9f6ba65ec1257356005802e5/fl_block_5/0.6CA?OpenElement&FieldElemFormat=gif)