Telligent Community 6.1

Release 6.1 does not support IE Compatibility mode.

Chrome support has been added.

 Browser support in Telligent Evolution 6.1/Community 6.1 is theme-dependent. Official support for browsers is divided into two tiers.

  • In tier one, Telligent evaluates all reported bugs including broken functionality such as inability to create content and display issues. The themes in this tier include Fiji (Telligent Community) and Evolution2 (Telligent Enterprise). The browsers in this tier include:
    • Microsoft Internet Explorer 11
    • Microsoft Internet Explorer 10
    • Google Chrome 29
    • Google Chrome 28
    • Mozilla Firefox 24
    • Mozilla Firefox 23
    • Apple Safari 5 for Mac
  • In tier two, Telligent evaluates reported bugs only for broken functionality. The browsers in this tier include:
    • Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 and below
    • Google Chrome 27 and below
    • Mozilla Firefox 22 and below
    • Apple Safari 4 and below for Mac

If you are running Windows Server 2008 without SP2, you should install KB958854 to resolve some issues with .NET 4.0. Windows Server 2008 SP2 and Windows Server 2008 R2 are unaffected by this issue.

Telligent Evolution 6.1, which includes Telligent Community 6.1, has the following parameters for its server OS and software, .NET framework, search, and browser support.

Server and OS software

Item

Required

Recommended and supported

Also supported

Not supported, but may work

Server OS

Microsoft Windows Server 2008

Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2

Microsoft Windows Server 2000

Microsoft Windows Server 2003

Database server Microsoft SQL Server 2008/SQL Server 2008 R2 Microsoft SQL Server 2005
Application server Microsoft Internet Information Services 7.0/7.5 Microsoft Internet Information Services 6.0

Framework

Item

Required

Recommended and supported

Also supported

Not supported, but may work

.NET framework Microsoft ASP.NET 4.0

Search software

Item

Required

Recommended and supported

Also supported

Not supported, but may work

Web application software Apache Tomcat 6.0
Runtime environment Java Runtime Environment version 6 update 13 or later
Search provider

 SOLR 1.4

32-bit Solr on Windows Server 2003*

Browsers

Item

Required

Recommended and supported

Also supported

Not supported, but may work

Web browser

Microsoft Internet Explorer 11

Google Chrome 29

Mozilla Firefox 24

Microsoft Internet Explorer 10

Google Chrome 28

Mozilla Firefox 23

Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 and below

Google Chrome 27 and below

Mozilla Firefox 22 and below

Apple Safari 5 and below for Mac

*32-bit Solr technically can be used for a smaller-sized community, assuming the size of the search index is less than 2 GB. That being said, there are two reasons for the 64-bit recommendation: (1) When you start dealing with a medium to large community, the search index will grow.  If the index gets too large, it will push the limits of the maximum memory size for an application on a 32-bit system. (2) Windows 2003 is slowly being phased out. Windows 2008 R2 does not have a 32-bit version.

Telligent Community 6.0

 In Telligent Evolution 6.0/Community 6.0, a tag has been added that forces IE8 and IE9 into Standards mode. Release 6.0 does not support IE Compatibility mode.

 Browser support in Telligent Evolution 6.0/Community 6.0 is theme-dependent. Official support for browsers is divided into two tiers.

  • In tier one, Telligent evaluates all reported bugs including broken functionality such as inability to create content and display issues. The themes in this tier include Fiji (Telligent Community) and Evolution2 (Telligent Enterprise). The browsers in this tier include:
    • Internet Explorer 9
    • Internet Explorer 8
    • Internet Explorer 7
    • Firefox 4.0
    • Firefox 3.6
  • In tier two, Telligent evaluates reported bugs only for broken functionality. The browsers in this tier include:
    • Internet Explorer 6
    • Chrome

If you are running Windows Server 2008 without SP2, you should install KB958854 to resolve some issues with .NET 4.0. Windows Server 2008 SP2 and Windows Server 2008 R2 are unaffected by this issue.

Telligent Evolution 6.0, which includes Telligent Community 6.0, has the following parameters for its server OS and software, .NET framework, search, and browser support.

Server and OS software

Item

Required

Recommended and supported

Also supported

Not supported, but may work

Server OS Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Microsoft Windows Server 2000

Microsoft Windows XP

Microsoft Windows Vista
Database server Microsoft SQL Server 2008/SQL Server 2008 R2 Microsoft SQL Server 2005
Application server Microsoft Internet Information Services 7.0/7.5 Microsoft Internet Information Services 6.0

Framework

Item

Required

Recommended and supported

Also supported

Not supported, but may work

.NET framework Microsoft ASP.NET 4.0

Search software

Item

Required

Recommended and supported

Also supported

Not supported, but may work

Web application software Release 5.0 SP1 and up: Apache Tomcat 6.0
Runtime environment Release 5.0 SP1 and up: Java Runtime Environment version 6 update 13 or later
Search provider

Release 5.0 SP1: built from SOLR 1.3

Release 5.5 and up: built from SOLR 1.4, 64-bit

32-bit Solr on Windows Server 2003*

Browsers

Item

Required

Recommended and supported

Also supported

Not supported, but may work

Web browser

Microsoft Internet Explorer 9

Microsoft Internet Explorer 8

Microsoft Internet Explorer 7

Mozilla Firefox 3

 

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6** Google Chrome

Apple Safari


*32-bit Solr technically can be used for a smaller-sized community, assuming the size of the search index is less than 2 GB. That being said, there are two reasons for the 64-bit recommendation: (1) When you start dealing with a medium to large community, the search index will grow.  If the index gets too large, it will push the limits of the maximum memory size for an application on a 32-bit system. (2) Windows 2003 is slowly being phased out. Windows 2008 R2 does not have a 32-bit version.

 **You may notice some issues with look and feel.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 and below