|Issue 543:||HTML5 offline application not working|
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What steps will reproduce the problem? 1. Create a CEF application based on the CefClient sample, this application should at least : 1.1. Initialize CEF with a valid cache_path 1.2. Load this webpage at startup : http://html5demos.com/offlineapp 2. Launch the Cef application (the web page loads fine) and close it 3. Disconnect from the Internet 4. Launch the Cef application again, there is a -106 error message now What is the expected output? What do you see instead? The HTML5 offline application should load normally when we are disconnected from the Internet. By the way I can see the web page files are successfully written in the cache directory (in several "cache\f_000..." files), but they don't seem to be used by CEF in offline mode. Note also that there isn't any problem with Chrome, the offline application works fine. What version of the product are you using? On what operating system? cef_binary_1.963.439_windows Windows 7
Apr 30, 2012
Some other observations (I'm using v475): - There is no 'Application Cache' folder created under the client supplied cache directory after visiting a site using app cache. - If you attempt to view the application cache section of the 'resources' in the debug inspector for a site using app cache, it crashes cefclient.exe.
Jun 20, 2012
Note that the HTML5 application cache data will be persisted only if a CefSettings.cache_path directory is specified.
Nov 7, 2012
application cache not working for https website. HTML5 application cache is working fine but for http. If i use https, cef sharp is not able to cache even though cachepath is set. The same code is working for http link but not on https link Please check. Waiting for reply.
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