IBM has posted a fix for their eConfig Tool which has fixed another app I
work with. You Do the following
Start / Run ( or in the cmd prompt ) type Config JAVA
Click the Security Tab then Edit Site List
Now Add the URL(s) you are having an issue with.
Click Continue and OK until done and see if that helps.
On Thu, Jan 16, 2014 at 12:13 PM, Chris Bipes
Don't you just love Sun Java. They added this message to update your java
but most web sites are not ready for the new JAVA security.
If you open up Java in Control pannel you can adjust your security to the
lowest possible setting. This will allow you to be prompted and take the
options to allow the site scripts to run.
Lots of hoops to jump through.
Director of Information Services
Subject: Fix central msg - security exception
Hi Folks, while using fix central I got a msg that said to upgrade or
update my java version which I did and now I'm getting a screen that says;
Missing required permissions manifest attribute in main jar:
Does anyone how to resolve this? I'm not sure I can reverse the java
update I made but I'm guessing not.
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