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Java Issue

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Aquamarine

Java Issue

On a few machines Java isn't working properly. I can't get any java applets to fully load. I have plenty other where it is working fine.  Through investigation on a couple of the trouble machines it looks like it loads so far and then just stops. We are using 1.7 U25 with M030 pmlink.  I have tried reinstalling and a few other things and nothing seems to help.  It's like I'm missing the secret handshake......

Any help would be appreciated greatly!

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Re: Java Issue

How to set up Java Exception Site Lists to allow Java Applets to run in Windchill

https://support.ptc.com/appserver/cs/view/solution.jsp?n=CS157211

Re: Java Issue

Sergey Efimov

Thanks for the reply but I'm using update 25 and that doesn't have the exeception list like update 51 and greater.

Re: Java Issue

What error is in the java console?

Re: Java Issue

It seems to hang loading the boot.jar otherwise not any real error.

Re: Java Issue

What happens if load the export/import utility?

Re: Java Issue

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Hangs right there.

Re: Java Issue

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Recent versions of Java 7 and 8 JRE present multiple security warnings and may prevent applets from launching in Windchill

https://support.ptc.com/appserver/cs/view/solution.jsp?n=CS142095

Re: Java Issue

Been through all that and I get the proper warnings and they are all answered correctly.  Just then stops...

Re: Java Issue

Not sure whether you already tried this, delete AppData\LocalLow\.wt\priv.ser and try again.

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