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From: RONALD BICH Owner <ronaldjbich@q.com>
Subject: [techies] RE: Fwd: Java 6 Retirement
In-Reply-To: [techies] RE: Fwd: Java 6 Retirement
Date: Sat Jan 9 03:12:31 2016

I am currently working on this and JDK 1.7 does not work with Forms/Reports 10g.   You have to uninstall JDK 1.7 and reinstall JDK 1.6 to get either IE 9 or Mozilla 19 to run Forms/Reports 10g.   At least on my laptop that is what I had to do, which is an HP DV7 Notebook 64bit machine running Window 7 premier.

There is supposed to be a fix working with the EBS running 10g Forms/Reports but I haven't gotten that tested yet.  Can let anyone know my results if they're interested, just reply to let me know and I will post it here.


----- Original Message -----
From: Eric Sorrin <Eric.Sorrin@childrenscolorado.org>
To: techies <techies@rmoug.org>
Sent: Thu, 07 Mar 2013 15:21:29 -0500 (EST)
Subject: [techies] RE: Fwd: Java 6 Retirement



I think this is just a reference to Java 6 in general.  If you are using the Java  JRE  that comes with the Oracle 11 client you will be fine unless you encounter a bug.  Not sure about the compatibility of SqlDeveloper

with Java 7, If that is what you are asking,  my guess is that it would work just fine as they keep deprecated classes around for some time.  I’ m sure that Oracle will either begin to package future releases with a newer Java, or perhaps not.  They are usually

way behind.  BTW – in troubleshooting the issue of SqlDeveloper asking the first time where Java is on your machine (So that I could automate client pushes) I found the place that they store the path to the JRE.   I recall it being in Sqldeveloper.conf.  So,

you could have multiple versions of Java on the machine and change which version  SqlDeveloper looks uses.


Hope that helps a little.





From: gregkainz@comcast.net [mailto:gregkainz@comcast.net]

Sent: Thursday, March 07, 2013 12:21 PM
To: techies
Subject: [techies] Fwd: Java 6 Retirement


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I got this question from a co-worker ... .anyone have any thoughts on this?




"Greg Kainz" <greg.kainz@spatialinfo.com>
To: gregkainz@comcast.net
Sent: Thursday, March 7, 2013 11:57:46 AM
Subject: FW: Java 6 Retirement



From: Jeff Laing

Sent: Tuesday, March 05, 2013 2:53 PM
Cc: Chris Smith; Ben Morgan
Subject: Java 6 Retirement


Does anyone have any idea what this announcement from Oracle:




This release is the last of publicly available JDK 6 Updates.

Oracle recommends that users migrate to JDK 7

in order to continue receiving public updates and security enhancements. All JDK 6 releases up to and including 6u43 will be moved to Java

, where they will remain available but will not receive updates. For users who require continued access to JDK 6 updates, long term support is available through the Java

SE Support


will have on SQL Developer?


Jeff Laing <jeff.laing@spatialinfo.com


A complex system designed from scratch never works and cannot be patched up to make it work.  You have to start over, beginning with a working simple system.

-- J Gall. "Systemantics: How systems work and how they fail"


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