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Cisco Bug: CSCun67509 - Accessability:Issue found on browsing Serviceability page Options/Menus

Last Modified

Jun 07, 2017

Products (1)

  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CallManager)

Known Affected Releases

10.5(0.98000.310)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Accessibility issues(s1,s2,s3 & s4 )  while running SOA tool on Serviceability page -

[34] Severity 1 - Highest
[17] 2.4.1 T6: Provide a TITLE attribute for each IFRAME element (IframeTitle1_2-1)
[17] 1.1.1 T1: The ALT attribute must be defined for an image (ImgMissingAlt_2-1)
[538] Severity 2 - High
[388] 1.3.1 T4 T5 T6: If data table, data cells should have HEADERS attribute to list the IDs of the header cells. Screen Reader test required (DataCellHeaders_2-2)
[122] 1.3.1 T4 T5 T6: If data table, provide unique IDs in header cells and reference them in HEADER attribute of data cells. Screen Reader test
required (HeaderScope_2-2)
[28] 1.3.1 T4 T5 T6: If data table, provide a description via the SUMMARY attribute or CAPTION element. Screen Reader test required (TableSummary_2-2)
[497] Severity 3 - Medium
[1] 4.1.1 T1: Include a DOCTYPE declaration at the beginning of a document that refers to a published DTD (Doctype_2-3)
[1] 3.1.1 T1: The value of the LANG attribute must be set to one of the ISO 639 language codes (LanguageISO639_2-3)
[310] 4.1.1 T3: The ID attribute must be unique in a document (new_IDReporter2-3)
[185] 1.3.1 T1 T2: Form controls and their labels should be explicitly associated with the LABEL element (new_form2-3)
[99] Severity 4 - Low
[99] 1.3.1 T4: If layout table, the SUMMARY attribute should not be used or should be empty. Screen Reader test required (LayoutTableSummary_2-4)

Conditions:
Run SOA  tool 
Browser through all the links/options/menus of the CUCM serviceability page and collect the output data of SOA  tool as listed below
1) Alarm and its sub menu
2) Trace and its sub menu
3) Tools and its sub menu
4) SNMP and its sub menu
5) Help and its sub menu
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