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P6 Web Applets Take a Long Time to Load Due to OCSP Certificate Revocation Checking (Doc ID 1585248.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019

Applies to:

Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Portfolio Management - Version 7.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

1. When loading an applet in P6 Web (for example, the EPS or Activity view), the applet takes a long time to load before the "Loading data" bar appears.  Enabling java console allows the follow section displaying repeatedly:

network: Created version ID: 8.3.1.0.029
network: Created version ID: 8.3.1.0.029
security: Validate the certificate chain using CertPath API
security: SHA-256 finger print: <hash string>
security: SHA-256 finger print: <hash string>
security: SHA-256 finger print: <hash string>
security: SHA-256 finger print: <hash string>
security: The certificate has expired, need to check timestamping info
security: Timestamping info is available
security: The certificate has expired, and is timestamped in valid period
security: Start checking TSA certificate path
security: Even though certificate has expired, it is timestamped in valid period and has valid TSA
security: The OCSP support is enabled
security: The CRL support is enabled
network: Connecting http://ocsp.verisign.com/ with proxy=DIRECT
security: OCSP Response: GOOD
network: Connecting http://ocsp.verisign.com/ with proxy=DIRECT
security: OCSP Response: GOOD
network: Connecting http://ocsp.verisign.com/ with proxy=DIRECT
security: OCSP Response: GOOD
security: Certificate validation succeeded using OCSP/CRL
security: blacklist: hasBeenModifiedSince 1377487972267 (we have 1377487961215)
security: blacklist: hasBeenModifiedSince 1377487972985 (we have 1377487961215)
network: Cache entry not found [url: http://p6web.invensys.com:8203/p6/applets/prm-guisupport.jar, version: null]
basic: Plugin2ClassLoader.getPermissions CeilingPolicy allPerms
basic: Applet initialized
basic: Starting applet
basic: completed perf rollup

 

2. When a proxy server is in use and attempting to use P6, a Java dialogue pops up requiring credentials to the proxy server.  This is resolved by turning off the revocation checking (see the Solution section).

Cause

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