Remove the Java Runtime Requirement From All Vibe Operations/Functions

Idea ID 2785677

Remove the Java Runtime Requirement From All Vibe Operations/Functions

The ability to edit documents in place (such as using the "Edit This File" link), still requires the Java Runtime in Vibe 4.0. This means that it no longer works in the latest release of Google Chrome. Please ditch the use of the Java Runtime ASAP so all browsers will have full functionality in Vibe.

Thanks.
28 Comments
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Please don't underestimate importance of this subject. It's one of Vibe's core functionalities as a DMS!
Commander
Commander
AGREED! If you use Vibe for DMS this is a killer! Please get the "Edit this Document" working again in Chrome!
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Yes, PLEASE!
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Please get the "Edit this Document" working again in Chrome!
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the time of Java is gone, it is not supportable by any IT department. Please remove it as fast as possible
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Java Runtime need to be removed fast
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This should have happened in 4.0
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You can get rid of parts of it like the edit file things if you use the Office Add-In, but I also agree it needs to be phased out especially now mainstream browsers (Chrome) wont support plugins making the system unusable in those browsers.
Lieutenant Commander
Lieutenant Commander
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBsyH7-8Ue0 This could help till the time there is an official fix
Admiral
Admiral
This needs to be done ASAP for the file-open-applet. It is used by Vibe edit-in-place, and is now broken in Chrome! In my opinion, since this was something which was working, and is now broken, that it should be addressed as bug, regardless of the engineering effort required to resolve it!
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