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Oracle E Business Suite is certified on Windows 8 32 bit 64 bit running Internet Explorer 10 in Desktop Mode running from the Metro Screen Start Screen. is not supported with the following patch requirements. Oracle E Business Suite Release 12 2,Oracle E Business Suite Release 12 1 3. Oracle E Business Suite Release 12 0 with R12 ATG PF A DELTA 6 Patch 7237006 or higher. Oracle forms 10 1 2 3 or higher,WebADI and Report Manager Users. WebADI and Report Manager have prerequisite patch requirements when running on Windows 8 for further information see Document 1077728 1 titled Using. Microsoft Office 2007 and 2010 with Oracle E Business Suite 11i and R12. Known Issues,For known issues see Windows 8 Specific Issues. Internet Explorer 8 9 10 64 bit, Internet Explorer 8 64 bit Internet Explorer 9 64 bit and Internet Explorer 10 64 bit are certified as client browser s on Windows 7 64 bit with the following. patch requirements,Oracle E Business Suite Release 12 2 or higher.
Oracle E Business Suite Release 12 1 1 or higher, Oracle E Business Suite Release 12 0 with R12 ATG PF A DELTA 6 Patch 7237006 or higher. Oracle forms 10 1 2 3 or higher,Internet Explorer 10 32 bit. Internet Explorer 10 32 bit is certified as a client browser on Windows 7 32 bit 64 bit with the following patch requirements. Oracle E Business Suite Release 12 2 or higher,Oracle E Business Suite Release 12 1 1 or higher. Oracle E Business Suite Release 12 0 with R12 ATG PF A DELTA 6 Patch 7237006 or higher. Oracle forms 10 1 2 3 or higher,Internet Explorer 9 32 bit. Internet Explorer 9 32 bit is certified as a client browser on Windows Vista and Windows 7 32 bit 64 bit with the following patch requirements. Oracle E Business Suite Release 12 2 or higher,Oracle E Business Suite Release 12 1 1 or higher.
Oracle E Business Suite Release 12 0 with R12 ATG PF A DELTA 6 Patch 7237006 or higher. Oracle forms 10 1 2 3 or higher,Internet Explorer 8 32 bit. Internet Explorer 8 32 bit is certified as a client browser on Windows XP 32 bit Windows Vista 32 bit and Windows 7 32 bit 64 bit with the following. patch requirements,Oracle E Business Suite Release 12 2 or higher. Oracle E Business Suite Release 12 1 1 or higher, Oracle E Business Suite Release 12 0 with R12 ATG PF A DELTA 6 Patch 7237006 or higher. Oracle forms 10 1 2 3 or higher,Internet Explorer 7 32 bit with Windows Vista. Internet Explorer 7 32 bit is certified as a client browser on Windows Vista 32 bit with the following patch requirements. Oracle E Business Suite Release 12 2 or higher,Oracle E Business Suite Release 12 1 1 or higher.
Oracle E Business Suite Release 12 0 with R12 ATG PF A DELTA 3 patch 6077669 or higher. Recommended Internet Explorer Browser Settings,Security Zones. Microsoft Internet Explorer offers four different security zones to run your application through Which zone is used is dependant how you are accessing your site. Internet or Local Intranet and set up within the zones themselves Trusted sites Restricted sites. It is advisable to have the security setting at Medium for run time use. The Security Internet Options on Microsoft Internet Explorer can be accessed by going to. Tools Internet Options Security tab from the Internet Explorer Menu Bar. Each zone carries its own default security level that may need to be adjusted when accessing Oracle E Business Suite through it The defaults are as follows. Zone Usage Default for IE6,Default for IE7, Internet Web sites not placed in other zones Medium high Medium. Local Intranet Web sites on your organization s intranet Medium low Medium low. Trusted Sites Web sites you trust not to damage your computer Medium Low. Restricted Sites Web sites that could potentially damage your computer High High. It is recommended that Oracle E Business Suite is run through the Trusted Sites zone with a Medium Security Setting. Setting up Oracle E Business Suite to run through the Trusted Sites zone with a Medium Security Setting If Required. Step 1 Select Tools Internet Options Security tab Trusted Sites icon Sites button from the Internet Explorer Menu Bar. Step 2 Set the Security Level for this Zone to Medium if it is not set already. Step 3 In the Add this Web site to the zone field enter the hostname and domain of the environment you are running the Oracle E Business Suite e g. https hostname domain name then click the Add button Alternatively you can simply add the domain name preceded by so that all sites under. that domain go through this zone i e domain name, If you are entering an http or domain address you must ensure that the Require server verification https for all sites in this zone is not checked. Internet Explorer Browser Settings for User Download of oaj2se exe. Oracle recommends that customers running Oracle E Business Suite through Internet Explorer IE should use a Medium security setting through the Trusted. Sites zone in the browser at runtime This setting does not automatically download the oaj2se exe file from the middle tier if the user does not already have the. appropriate version installed on their desktop, The JRE plug in will download and install from the webserver on a medium security setting After clicking on a forms link a message similar to the. following will appear at the top of the browser window. The website wants to install the following add on J2SE Runtime Environment 6 Update 3 from Sun Microsystems Inc. If you trust this website and the add on and want to install it click here. To install the plug in, 1 Click on the message above and select Install ActiveX Control.
2 Once the browser has stopped processing click on the forms link again and the oaj2se exe file should start to download. 3 Once the download has completed a security warning pop up window will ask Do you want to install this software. 4 Click on the Install button and follow the on screen instructions. Alternatively to enable the download of this file the user should temporarily alter the security settings within their browser using one of the two methods below. Method A Change Security Setting to Medium low, 1 Select Tools Internet Options Security Tab from the browser menu. 2 Select Trusted Sites Custom Level button, 3 From the Reset custom settings drop down select Medium low. 4 Click the Reset button and accept the changes,5 Press the okay buttons to close the window. 6 Close the browser and start a new browser session for the settings to take effect. 7 After launching Oracle E Business Suite and downloading the oaj2se exe file onto your desktop please reset the security setting back to Medium. Method B Change Individual Parameter Settings, 1 Select Tools Internet Options Security Tab from the browser menu. 2 Select Trusted Sites Custom Level button,3 Under Settings ActiveX controls and Plug ins.
4 Change Automatic prompting for ActiveX controls to Enable. 5 Change Download unsigned ActiveX controls to Prompt. 6 Click the OK button and accept the changes and click the OK buttons to close the window. 7 Close the browser and start a new browser session for the settings to take effect. 8 After launching Oracle E Business Suite and downloading the oaj2se exe file onto your desktop please reset. Automatic prompting for ActiveX controls to Disable and. Download unsigned ActiveX controls to Disable,Microsoft Office with WebADI. For patch requirements and required browser settings required to integrate Microsoft Office with Oracle E Business Suite see Document 1077728 1. Page Refresh, When using Oracle Self Service products it is important to ensure that the most current data is being viewed You may check if the page has been updated since. your last visit by manually refreshing the page however it is desirable for this to be done automatically through IE by setting the following parameter from the. browser menu as follows,IE7 and Higher Users, Select Tools Internet Options General tab Browsing History Settings button. Select Every time I visit the webpage, With this option set Internet Explorer will check if the page has changed since it was last viewed. Select Tools Internet Options General tab Settings button. Select Every visit to the page, With this option set Internet Explorer will check if the page has changed since it was last viewed.
Shared Desktop Security, If multiple users share the same desktop they may be able to view a previous users browser content by pressing the Back button on the browser To avoid this. issue set the Force Page Refresh profile option to Yes at Site level in your Oracle E Business Suite 12 instance. For security reasons if a PC is shared by multiple users it is also advisable not to save encrypted pages onto the drive by navigating to. Tools Internet Options Advanced tab Security settings and ticking Do not save encrypted pages to Disk. Exception SSL users who export Discoverer Workbooks to excel must leave the Do not save encrypted pages to Disk parameter unchecked. AutoComplete in Internet Explorer, IE can automatically show previous values entered in the same form field For privacy and security reasons this feature should be disabled as follows. Go to Tools Internet Options Content AutoComplete Settings button. Uncheck the Forms and User names and passwords on form check boxes. HTTP 1 1 Keep Alive Settings, Users should have the HTTP 1 1 Keep Alive option enabled. To set this option navigate to the following parameters from the browser menu and ensure they are checked. Tools Internet Options Advanced tab HTTP 1 1 Settings. Use HTTP 1 1,Use HTTP 1 1 through proxy connections. Importing an SSL Certificate into Internet Explorer on Windows Vista Windows 7 and Windows 8. Note Windows 8 users may be required to run with elevated privileges to install an SSL certificate into the browser. Connecting to a Secure Socket Layer SSL enabled environment requires the certificate to be Trusted If the certificate is not from a trusted authority or has not. previously been trusted on the client it must be verified at runtime When accessing such an environment it will return the following warning message There is a. problem with this website s security certificate Using the automatic default install button may cause the certificate to be added to the browser s Intermediate. Certification Authorities folder and not the required Trusted Root Certification Authorities folder Therefore the security message will still display. If the certificate has wrongly been installed into the Intermediate Certification Authorities please remove it through the browser and re install into the Trusted. Root Certification Authorities folder, Installing an SSL certificate into the Browsers Trusted Certificates folder requires the browser s security option Enable Protected Mode to be disabled not.
checked which is the default setting in the Trusted Sites zone This feature is only available in Internet Explorer for Vista and Windows 7 and does not exist in. the XP versions of the browser If required Enable Protected Mode may be enabled checked after the certificate has been installed for runtime use. To trust the certificate authority and prevent the error page appearing on future logins install it as follows. 1 Enter the URL in the browser, 2 From the browser menu select Tools Internet Options Security Trusted Sites icon Security setting should be Medium by default. 3 Make sure the Enable Protected Mode option is off not checked. 4 Click the Sites button and add the url if it is not there already or add oracle com to cover all Oracle environments you must uncheck the Require Server. Verification option first to allow you to add it,5 Save the changes and close the browser window. 6 Enter the URL in a new browser window, 7 You will again see a message saying There is a problem with this website s security certificate Click on Continue to this website not recommended. 8 In the task bar click on the Red certificate error. 9 An Untrusted Certificate Window Pops click on View Certificates. 10 Click on Certification Path Tab, 11 Highlight the Root certificate will probably have a white cross in a red background next to it and press View Certificate. 12 Click on Install Certificate button and press next. 13 Select Place all the certificates in the following store. 14 Click Browse and tick the Show physical Stores box. 15 Click the next to Trusted Root Certification Authorities folder. 16 If a folder exists called Local Computer Click on it and select Okay. 17 If that folder does not exist highlight Trusted Root Certification Authorities folder and select Okay. 18 Press Next followed by Finish, 19 When the Security Window pops asking if you wish to install it say Yes then hit the finish button.
20 Close the pop up and the browser when you next login it should be fine. If the install button is not active when trying to install the certificate it may have been installed previously using the automatic facility Into the Intermediate. Certification Authorities zone To remove the certificate. Open the browser and go to Tools Internet Options Content Certificates Intermediate Certificate Authorities. Highlight the appropriate certificate for the instance you are trying to access press the Remove button then close down the browser. Open a new browser session and follow the steps above to install the certificate into the Trusted Certificates folder. Known Issues for Internet Explorer Users,Windows 8 Specific Issues. Internet Explorer 8 9 and 10 Specific Issues,Windows Vista and Windows 7 Specific Issues. Oracle forms 10 1 2 3 or higher Internet Explorer 10 32 bit Internet Explorer 10 32 bit is certified as a client browser on Windows 7 32 bit amp 64 bit with the following patch requirements Oracle E Business Suite Release 12 2 or higher Oracle E Business Suite Release 12 1 1 or higher

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