Thank you for writing to us.
We have not managed to reproduce the issue on our demo using Internet Explorer 11 (version 11.836.18362.0) and the latest version of Flexmonster 2.8.7.
Could you please provide more details and steps on how to reproduce the issue?
Looking forward to your response.
I debug the code and find where is the difference in my implementation and yours.
I use RequireJS and in promise.min.js I see that goes on define(“promise”, n) parts.
After that my “Promise” stile is undefined and when load jspdf.min.js throw an exception “‘Promise’ is undefined”
Thank you for your reply and for providing further details.
We have managed to reproduce the issue in Internet Explorer 11 using our requireJS sample on GitHub: https://github.com/flexmonster/pivot-requirejs.
Our team will investigate this problem further and we will provide the results of our research with the ETA 16th of June.
Please let us know if this would work for you.
If any additional questions arise, please feel free to reach out.
We are glad to announce that “Promise is undefined” exception is fixed when using IE11 and RequireJS. Please note that with IE11 it is now necessary to use the ES5 build contained in the
flexmonster.es5.js file (
flexmonster.es5.full.js if using npm).
This is included in the 2.8.9 version of Flexmonster: https://www.flexmonster.com/release-notes/
You are welcome to update the component. Here is our updating to the latest version tutorial for guidance: https://www.flexmonster.com/doc/updating-to-the-latest-version/
Please let us know if everything works fine for you.
Hope you’re doing well!
We were wondering if you’ve had a chance to check out the latest v2.8.9 release. Was the previously discussed issue fixed on your side?
We would be happy to hear your feedback.
How are you?
We are just checking in to ask whether you’ve received our previous response. Was our fix helpful, or do you still have anything you would like to discuss?
Please let us know what you think.