Java in Safari is disabled by default no matter what version, the easiest way to enable it is goto java.com and do the "What Version" check, you should see a grey box that says something along the lines of "enable plugin" once you've clicked that it should enable the plugin for all sites.
This is the perfect solution for the issue recommended by Oracle as well :
I found that this is a common issue and this is because of below description.
Windows Clients Connecting to Secure Global Desktop are Redirected to Loading Page, then Prompted to Download Client after Updating Java Plugin to 1.7u 21
Document 1546161.1 describes a recently identified issue that will prevent all Windows clients from successfully connecting to Secure Global Desktop after updating their client-side Java Plug-in to version 7u21. This change in behavior is due to new security framework within Java that impacts the interaction between the SGD Client Helper and the tcc.exe. A solution is available and attached to the document in the form of patched client Java archives for all presently supported versions of Secure Global Desktop
And we can find the patch for this in the below link:
I'm in touch with Oracle Support regarding keyboard issue with Mac. So far everything provided did not work, I keep trying ...
Anyway, regarding the Java issue, this kicked us out for more than a workday until we figured out, what was the problem, opening a ticket, testing & applying the patch created a lot management attention, because we don't know the customers setup for accessing the SGD, they just complained it does not work, until our helpdesk was "burned" down.
I can only recommend Oracle to remove "asap" the need for a java based client in future release of the product and substitute with some HTML 5 based approach, otherwise I see no future for this product in our company and will look for something different.
It must not be, that something which is not related to the product itself disables it. We have service levels to keep (where we talking of restarts in minutes), and it is of no use having clusters running sgd, when some external event disables it.
This release includes a new lightweight SGD Client which enables users to access SGD using a tablet computer, such as an iPad. The new client uses an HTML5 web page to display applications and to provide support for client features such as printing and copy and paste.
1.2.3. Support for Java 7
This release of SGD supports Java 7. Browsers can use Java Plug-in software version 1.7 as a plug-in for Java technology.
much better explained here http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E37459_01/E37461/html/reqs-client.html
Java Technology Requirements
• On desktop computer platforms, browsers must have Java technology enabled to support the following functionality:
• On tablet computer platforms:
■ Java technology is not required on the browser
but they are on the right track ... thomas (currently downloading ...)