Java 9 Support With Primavera P6 EPPM
(Doc ID 2125099.1)
Last updated on JUNE 06, 2019
Applies to:Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Portfolio Management - Version 220.127.116.11 and later
Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Portfolio Management Cloud Service - Version 18.104.22.168 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Java 9 Certification with P6 EPPM
Java 9 has been released September 21, 2017. P6 applets will require code change to load in Java 9.
P6 EPPM certification with Java 9 is as follows:
- P6 EPPM r17 Certification / Patch Availability:
- Certified with P6 EPPM r17.10+
- Patch Availability: Reference What Are The Latest Patch Sets For Primavera P6 Release 17 (Both PPM and EPPM Releases)? (Doc ID 2229381.1)
- P6 EPPM r16 Certification / Patch Availability:
- Certified with P6 EPPM r22.214.171.124+
- Patch Availability: Reference What Are The Latest Patch Sets For Primavera P6 Release 16.2 (Both PPM and EPPM Releases)? (Doc ID 2190969.1)
- P6 EPPM r15 Certification / Patch Availability:
- Certified with P6 EPPM r126.96.36.199
- Patch Availability: Reference What Are The Latest Patch Sets For Primavera P6 Release 15.2 (Both PPM and EPPM Releases)? (Doc ID 2061766.1)
- This document will be updated to communicate Java 9 certification patch availability.
- Java 9 distribution is 64bit only.
- Reference https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/jdk9certconfig-3761018.html#os
- Internet Explorer is the only browser to support a 64bit Java NPAPI plugin and will be the only certified browser with this java release.
- Refer to the following knowledge base document for instruction to ensure Internet Explorer will run with a 64bit JRE: P6 Web Not Utilizing 64-bit JRE In Internet Explorer (IE) 10 or 11 (Doc ID 1912596.1)
- The tested configuration document will be additionally updated on the Oracle Technology Network with the tested JRE version(s) of P6 EPPM releases.
Primavera P6 EPPM and Java Plug-in Support
Oracle is planning to deprecate the Java browser plugin in Java 9 (JDK and JRE).
- Deprecation is a warning for developers to stop using this technology.
- JRE 9 will continue to provide the Java Plugin and support launching applets on browsers that still offer standard plugin support.
- Migrating from Java Applets to Plugin-Free Java Technologies White Paper
- Moving to a Plugin-Free Web from the Java Platform Group, Product Management blog
- JDK 9 and the Java Plugin
Starting with P6 EPPM r15, alternate technology (HTML5) has been implemented for many applets in the P6 user interface (UI) and will continue until the P6 UI is no longer java dependent (where all applets are converted to HTML5); This will occur prior to an upcoming release of Java where the deprecated plugin technology is removed.
Starting with P6 EPPM r17, majority of the areas within P6 which require the Java plugin have been converted to HTML5 and now comes with an administrative option to disable all applets.
If using a release of P6 EPPM which requires Java plugin support to load applets, remain on Java 9 (when released) or lower versions which have been tested with P6 EPPM. Refer to the Primavera EPPM Oracle Technology Network for the tested JRE versions of P6 EPPM releases.
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