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parkar Acclaimed Contributor.
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java security popups

anyone knows howto disable java security popups in bsm screen..attached screenshot

 

tried multiple steps but no luck

 

IE 9

Java 1.8

bsm 9.25

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JameSPN Frequent Contributor.
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Re: java security popups

Hi Parkar,

 

try this

a. Open Internet Explorer.

b. Click on Tools and select Internet Options

c. Click on Security tab and Click the ‘Custom Level’ button

d. In the ‘Miscellaneous’ section change “Display mixed content” to Enable.
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parkar Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: java security popups

I tried this already but no luck Regards sameer
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Knowledge Partner
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Re: java security popups

1. Navigate to Control Panel, and select Java

 

 

2. Add BSM URL to allowed exception list

 

3. Clear Java Cache, and restart Browser, should be all good now

 

If not restart your PC, and try again

 

Ciao

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parkar Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: java security popups

I  tried this but facing the same problem 

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Knowledge Partner
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Re: java security popups

Hi Parkar

 

Try adding the BSM Url into the Trusted Site List in IE

 

Have you tried any other browser to see if you still get the same issue?

 

Ciao

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parkar Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: java security popups

I'm facings are issue with Mozilla and Google Chrome.. Also I have notice if I unchecked Java contents in browser this gets handled however after this setting every tab navigate it redirects to application summary.. If I clicked on session summary, analyzer it navigates to application summary
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Established Member.. kenneth.gonzale
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Re: java security popups

Java 1.8 is not supported yet.

Kenneth Gonzalez
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parkar Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: java security popups

Are you sure.. Any document reference?
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Micro Focus Expert
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Re: java security popups

Hi parkar,

 

plain BSM 9.25 supports - as per the BSM System Requirements and Support Matrixes for BSM 9.25 -
 Chapter 2: BSM System Requirements
  Client Requirements for Viewing BSM
   - Version 6 update 45 (minimum)
   - Version 7 update 71 (recommended)
   Later updates to Version 7, when released, will be supported, but may require a BSM patch.

 

So no Java 1.8 / 8.

 

As per
 QCCR1I97717 BSM 9.2x: to support Java JRE 8 within the BSM client browser
Java 8 suppoort has been added with BSM 9.25 IP1

 

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parkar Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: java security popups

Thanks siggi.. Pl help with patch details that will support for Java 1.8.
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Micro Focus Expert
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Re: java security popups

Hi parkar,

 

I don't understand exactly what you are asking.

Do you need the pathc names?

 

If yes, here they are (the OMI* and the BAC* patch are identical, so you only need to install one of them, corresponding to your OS):

 

BAC_00878 - BSM 9.25.251 Build Patch (9.25 IP1) for Windows 64-bit
https://softwaresupport.hp.com/group/softwaresupport/search-result/-/facetsearch/document/LID/BAC_00878

 

OMI_00090 - OMi 9.25.251 Build Patch (9.25 IP1) for Windows 64-bit
https://softwaresupport.hp.com/group/softwaresupport/search-result/-/facetsearch/document/LID/OMI_00090

 

BAC_00875 - BSM 9.25.251 Build Patch (9.25 IP1) Linux 64-bit
https://softwaresupport.hp.com/group/softwaresupport/search-result/-/facetsearch/document/LID/BAC_00875

 

OMI_00091 - OMi 09.25.251 Build Patch (9.25 IP1) for Linux 64-bit
https://softwaresupport.hp.com/group/softwaresupport/search-result/-/facetsearch/document/LID/OMI_00091

 

Greetings

Siggi

Customer Support
Micro Focus

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parkar Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: java security popups

I mean to say Will this patches support Java 1.8?
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Micro Focus Expert
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Re: java security popups

Ah, understood.

 

As mentioned, BSM 9.25 IP1 (Intermediate Patch 1) supports Java 1.8, and you will get to IP1 if you install one of the patches I listed in my previous post.

 

Greetings

Siggi

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Micro Focus

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