Internet Explorer Java Plug In 1.6.0 11 Download
With all of this in place when I start a form, the browser asks permission to install 1.6.0_25, and unless I allow it, the form applet does not start. If I use the DOM explorer of MS IE Developer Tools [F12] I see this:
Internet Explorer Java Plug In 1.6.0 11 Download
In order to access this application, you must install the J2SE Plugin version 1.6.0_07. To install this plugin, click here to download the oaj2se.exe executable. Once the download is complete, double-click the oaj2se.exe file to install the plugin. You will be prompted to restart your browser when the installation is complete.
In order to access this application, you must install the J2SE Plugin version 1.6.0_07. To install this plugin, click here to download the oaj2se.exe executable. Once the download is complete, double-click the oaj2se.exe file to install the plugin. You will be prompted to restart your browser when the installation is complete.%uFEFF
The trace file is saved into the log directory in the Java deployment home directory (see the previous section). The file name has the prefix javaws or plugin, depending on what you are running. One trace file is produced per process, but one application can be launched using several processes.
For modern browsers which support tabs, each tab might be aseparate browser process. If a Java applet is embedded in a browserpage and the next generation plugin is being used, usually theprocess associated with the browser tab creates a JVM within theprocess (browser VM). The browser VM will create another JVMprocess (client VM) which will run the applet and manage theapplet's lifecycle. The client VM is a Java process(java.exe on Windows and java onLinux/Solaris platforms).
Note that both plugin and Java Web Start will spawn adidtionaljava or javaw processes that willactually run the JVM executing the application or applet. You needto attach to those processes to be able to collect info about yourapp. For example, if you want to get a memory dump of your applet,then first you need to figure out the process id for thejava process executing the PluginMainclass. For example, use the jps utility from the JDK and then use jmap to get a memory dump.
Note: Historically, the JRE upgrade scripts (txkSetPlugin.*) have been designed to work with JRE plugin versions of up to 2 digits e.g. JRE 1.6.0_07 (JRE 6u7), JRE 1.7.0_85 (JRE 7u85) etc. Users wanting to install JRE 1.6.0_101 (6u101) must use the latest JRE upgrade script which is available through Patch 21624253. This will work with all Java releases irrespective of the version number up to 3 digits.
Clicking "Update" will download and attempt to install the latest version of the JRE Plug-in from java.com. Clicking "Block" will stop the application from running. Clicking "Later" will close the message and allow the application to run.
java.lang.SecurityException: com.sun.deploy.net.JARSigningException: Foundunsigned entry in resource: :10403/OA_JAVA/oracle/apps/fnd/jar/fndforms.jarat com.sun.deploy.cache.CacheEntry.getJarFile(Unknown Source)at com.sun.deploy.model.ResourceProvider.getCachedJarFile(Unknown Source)at sun.plugin.PluginURLJarFileCallBack$1.run(Unknown Source)
ExitException[ 6]java.security.cert.CertificateException: Your security configuration will not allow granting permission to self signed certificates,at sun.plugin2.applet.Plugin2Manager.isAppletTrusted(Unknown Source)at sun.plugin2.applet.Plugin2Manager.initAppletAdapter(Unknown Source)at sun.plugin2.applet.Plugin2Manager$AppletExecutionRunnable.run(Unknown Source)at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source)
If you have individual users running different versions of JRE streams (for example User A still runs JRE 1.6.0_95 while User B is running JRE 1.7.0_95) or you simply want to allow users to run the latest JRE version on their desktop client, update the appsweb.cfg file to use the dynamic CLSID. When using this setting Oracle Forms-based content will launch using the highest JRE Plug-in version from the highest JRE family stream found on the desktop. Only if no JRE Plug-in version is found on the desktop will the user will be prompted to download the JRE version from the Oracle E-Business Suite web server. Upgrading to a later JRE 1.6.x release must therefore be done from the desktop client.
Note: If you are affected by this issue, do not download JRE 1.6.0_22, JRE 1.6.0_21 or JRE 1.6.0_20 through the usual channels or through the Java Auto Update Mechanism as these releases do not contain this fix. The standard Java SE versions available are :
If users have already installed the same Plug-in version number that does not include the fix from the usual download sources or through the 'Java Auto Update Mechanism', they will not be offered the Plug-in release for download from Oracle E-Business Suite until the current version is uninstalled from the desktop. Using JRE 1.6.0_22 (JRE 6u22) as an example:
Note: If the cache directory is changed to a non low-integrity directory, 'Protected Mode' must be turned off within Internet Explorer at runtime to allow the initial download of new or updated jar files into that cache directory. With 'Protected Mode' turned on, users may get a class not found error in the java console which stops the application from launching. Once all the files are loaded into the cache, the application will launch correctly with 'Protected Mode' turned on. 'Protected Mode' is set through the the appropriate browser security zone in 'Tools' - 'Internet Options' - 'Security' (tab) - 'Trusted Sites' - 'Enable Protected Mode'. (Trusted Sites is the recommended security zone for use with Oracle E-Business Suite).
1. Copy the j2se16161.exe file to your $OA_HTML directory to allow user download of the Plug-in at runtime. (The sun_plugin_url parameter below denotes the Plug-in file name and download directory).
[J16161] connectMode=socket serverPort=9000 sun_plugin_classid=clsid:CAFEEFAC-0016-0000-0161-ABCDEFFEDCBA sun_plugin_version=1.6.0_161 sun_plugin_url= :8000/OA_HTML/j2se16161.exe sun_plugin_mimetype=application/x-java-applet sun_plugin_legacy_lifecycle=false plugin=jdk ;
The trace level can be enabled by entering the appropriate number key for the tracing level required in the java console window once it has launched. This can however be problematic as the speed of the jar download may mean that the initial information is not captured. You may enable the required trace level before start up by updating the 'Java Runtime Parameters' in the 'Java Control Panel':
Starting this release, the Windows installer for IBM JRE is removed from the HOD publish directory. End users must contact their HOD administrators to get the IBM JRE installer for Windows, if needed. HOD administrators with a valid HOD entitlement can download the latest supported version of IBM JRE from the IBM fix central web site.Changes due to the removal of the IBM JRE install image from HOD:
- The link to download Java2 Runtime Environment Installation Image is removed from the HODMain.html page.
- If the Java plugin is not found on Windows clients, a pop-up message is shown to the user similar to that for non-Windows clients.
- The JREInstall directory has been removed from the HOD publish directory.
- The HTML parameter ForceJREInstall does not work.
Starting with Sun Java Standard Edition 6 Update 19 release (and IBM JRE 1.6.0 SR 8 and above), when a program contains mixed-mode code (signed and unsigned components), a security warning dialog is raised. This new feature is to make sure Host On-Demand does not contain mixed-mode code and resources which throw a java security warning pop up. All the components that is necessary for a client like class files, image files etc, are downloaded only as signed jars.
Description: In the deployment wizard, the administrator has an option to select the necessary codepages to be downloaded. It is recommended to select all the codepages if the clients are using Sun 1.6.0_19 / IBM 1.6 and above. If the administrator selects the only necessary codepages, then we will not be downloading all the other codepage jars. This may cause the client to receive a security pop up warning in case the client uses a codepage not added by the administrator in the preload options. To provide an option for the administrator to add all the codepage jars only if the client is using Sun Java 1.6.0_19 / IBM 1.6 and above, the following parameter is provided - DownloadAdditionalCodepages.The default value is false for the Deployment wizard generated files.For the default HTML files (download clients), like HOD.html, this parameter will be set to 'true' and it will download all the codepage jars. This is because, if the administrator has selected a codepage for the sessions, and the client is using a different locale (other than the codepage that is selected), you will see the security warning popup. Since there is no option for the administrator clients to select only the necessary codepage jars for the default HTML files, the Host On-Demand client will download all the codepage jars.
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