CraigB wrote:Aside from Microsoft Recommending you use JRE 1.6, ORACLE recommends that you use JRE 1.6. It's Certified with 10.1.2.3.0 and 11.X and is the future.
Oracle Jinitiator does not work with IE 8 because Jinitiator is based on the Sun JRE 1.3 and IE 8 is not compatible with this Java version. Microsoft actually recommend you use Java 1.6.0_11 or higher. Check out Internet Explorer 8 and Java 6 for more information.
marussig - Posted: Dec 21, 2010 2:40 PMExactly. Well, I'm not hacking it, but editing. >
The DEP is MS good idea, but in this case doesn't work.Actually, DEP is doing exactly what it is suppose to do. It is preventing the execution of unsafe code on the OS. The version of the JRE that Jinitiator is based on is so old that it is not OS safe any longer. This is way MS recommends using newer JRE not to mention that Oracle has desupported Jinitiator and has only certified Sun JRE for use with Forms applications.