Install JRE and JCEUnlimited Strength Files

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Installing JRE and JCEUnlimited Strength Files
The OneClick Console and OneClick add-on applications require Java Runtime Environment (JRE) and JCEUnlimited Strength Files. The JRE includes the Java Web Start client, which is required to run Java Network Launching Protocol (JNLP) applications like OneClick.
The JCEUnlimited Strength Files are required for the OneClick Cryptography requirements. You can install JRE 1.8.0_31 and JCEUnlimited Strength Files from OneClick home web page. To install these two components, click the 
Install JRE and JCEUnlimited Strength Files 
option on OneClick home page and follow the steps thereafter.
After you install the JRE and JCEUnlimited Strength Files, you can start OneClick.
JCEUnlimited Strength Files available with 
CA Spectrum
10 are compatible with JRE 8 only. If you are already on JRE 8, place the JCEUnlimited Strength Files in the JRE version 8. If you are not on JRE 8, install JRE 8 first and then place JCEUnlimited Strength Files in JRE 8.
If you try to launch OneClick without placing the JCEUnlimited Strength Files in JRE 8, a pop-up message appears reminding you to do so. Click OK, and do the needful.
Note the following points regarding Java updates:
  • By default, the JRE automatically checks for Java updates and notifies you if an update is available for downloading. Before downloading and updating Java using this method, shut down the OneClick web server and any connected OneClick clients. Automatic Java updates can be disabled in the Java Control Panel.
  • If you upgrade the version of Java running on any OneClick client computer, update the Java version entered on the JNLP Configuration page.
    For more information about JNLP configuration, see the
    Administrator Guide
    .
Install JRE, JCEUnlimited Strength Files, and Java Web Start on Windows
To run the OneClick Console on your Windows system, install the JRE, JCEUnlimited Strength Files, and Java Web Start.
Confirm the following prerequisites before proceeding:
  • You have the correct URL for the OneClick web server system.
  • You can access the OneClick web server system using HTTP on a web browser.
  • Your account allows you to log in to the OneClick web server.
Uninstall any 64-bit version of JRE. Perform this procedure, then reinstall the 64-bit version of JRE.
Follow these steps:
  1. Log in to your Windows system.
  2. Open the OneClick home page in a browser using the URL that your administrator provided. The URL has the following format:
    http://<hostname>:<portnumber>/
    <
    hostname
    > is the name of the OneClick web server. Use :<
    portnumbe
    r> only if the OneClick web server does not use the default of port 80. If you cannot access the OneClick web server, notify your administrator.
  3. Enter your OneClick login credentials, if prompted.
    The OneClick home page opens.
  4. Click Install JRE and JCEUnlimited Strength Files.
    The "Installing the Java Runtime Environment And JCEUnlimited Strength Files" page opens.
  5. Click Java Runtime Environment.
    The File Download dialog opens.
  6. Click Run or Open (not Save) in the File Download dialog.
    The download begins. After the file download completes, the Internet Explorer Security Warning dialog opens.
  7. Click Run in the Internet Explorer Security Warning dialog.
    The JRE installation program runs.
  8. Click Select Typical setup, and then click Accept to accept the License Agreement.
    To download and install the JRE, accept the license agreement. You cannot run the OneClick Console without the JRE.
  9. Click Finish when the installation completes.
  10. Go back to OneClick home page to download and install the JCEUnlimited Strength Files by the steps that follow:
    1. Navigate to JRE8_HOME/lib/security location (Example: Default JRE8_HOME path is "/C/Program Files (x86)/Java/jre8" or "/C/Program Files/Java/jre8")
    2. Rename the existing "local_policy.jar" as "local_policy.jar.backup", Incase if its in use then stop the applications using it.
    3. Download the JCEUnlimited Strength Files and save to the location mentioned in "step a".
The JRE, JCEUnlimited Strength Files, and Java Web Start are installed.
Associate .jnlp Files with Java Web Start
The file that launches OneClick is a JNLP file. Verify that the .jnlp file extension is mapped to the javaws.exe application.
Follow these steps:
  1. Open Windows Explorer.
  2. Click Tools, Folder Options.
    The Folder Options dialog opens.
  3. Click the File Types tab.
    A list of registered file types is displayed.
  4. Scroll down and select JNLP.
    The bottom portion of the dialog displays Details for the ‘JNLP’ extension.
  5. Verify that the details for the ‘JNLP’ extension box indicate the following information:
    • For Windows 2000/2003:
       The file opens with javaws.
    • For Windows XP: 
      The file
       
      opens with Java Web Start Launcher.
    If JNLP files are not set as described, you can manually map the .jnlp extension to the javaws.exe application.
  6. Click Change in the Details for ‘JNLP’ extension box.
    The Open With dialog opens.
  7. Scroll down and select ‘javaws’ or ‘JavaTM Web Start Launcher’ and click OK.
  8. Click OK in Folder Options.
  9. Exit Windows Explorer.
    The .jnlp file extension is now mapped to the Java Web Start application and can launch the OneClick Console.
Install JRE, JCEUnlimited Strength Files, and Java Web Start on Linux
To run the OneClick Console on your Linux system, install JRE, JCEUnlimited Strength Files, and Java Web Start. On Linux and Solaris platforms, Oracle is no longer providing self-extracting installers. Instead they provide a tarball that contains the JRE binaries, but does not set any environment variables. To run the OneClick client on Linux and Solaris, you can download the JRE from the OneClick web page and can associate the .jnlp file type with the Java Web Start application, javaws, using a Mozilla Firefox web browser.
Confirm the following prerequisites before proceeding:
  • You have the correct URL for the OneClick web server system.
  • You can access the OneClick web server system using HTTP on a web browser.
  • Your account allows you to log in to the OneClick web server.
Uninstall any 64-bit version of JRE. Perform this procedure, then reinstall the 64-bit version of JRE.
Follow these steps:
  1. Log in to your Linux system.
  2. Open the OneClick home page in a Web browser, using the URL that your administrator provided. The URL has the following format:
    http://<hostname>:<portnumber>/
    <
    hostname
    > is the name of the OneClick web server. Use :<
    portnumber
    > only if the OneClick web server does not use the default of port 8080. If you cannot access the OneClick web server, notify your administrator.
  3. Enter your OneClick login credentials, if prompted.
    The OneClick home page opens.
  4. Download the JRE (tar.gz) from the OneClick Administration page and save the tar.gz file.
  5. Open a terminal session (bash shell or kshell) and execute the following command to extract the binaries:
    tar -zxvf file_name
  6. After extraction, execute the following commands to set the environment variables:
    export JAVA_HOME=Path_of_Extracted_Folder export PATH=$PATH:$JAVA_HOME/bin
    where “Path_of_Extracted_Folders” corresponds to the location of the binaries after you have extracted them.
  7. Go back to OneClick home page to download and install the JCEUnlimited Strength Files by the steps that follow:
    1. Navigate to JRE8_HOME/lib/security location (Remarks : JRE8_HOME refer to jre8 home directory installed on the system").
    2. Rename the existing "local_Policy.jar" as "local_policy.jar.backup". In case, the file is in use, then stop application using it.
    3. Click the JCEUnlimited Strength Files hyperlink to download it, and save to location mentioned in step a.
  8. Associate the .jnlp file type with the Java Web Start application for the OneClick Console to launch:
    1. Click Start Console in Firefox.
    2. Click Open with and select javaws, in the JRE directory (<
      JRE
      >/bin/javaws).
    3. Click OK.
    The .jnlp file type is now associated with Java Web Start.
Install JRE, JCEUnlimited Strength Files, Java Web Start, and the Java Plug-in on Solaris
To run the OneClick Console on your Solaris system, install JRE, JCEUnlimited Strength Files, Java Web Start, and Java plug-ins. On Linux and Solaris platforms, Oracle is no longer providing self-extracting installers. Instead they provide a tarball that contains the JRE binaries, but does not set any environment variables. To run the OneClick client on Linux and Solaris, you can download the JRE from the OneClick web page and can associate the .jnlp file type with the Java Web Start application, javaws, using a Mozilla Firefox web browser.
The installation program informs you if you require more operating system patches to support the JRE.
Confirm the following prerequisites before proceeding:
  • You have the correct URL for the OneClick web server system.
  • You can access the OneClick web server system using HTTP on a web browser.
  • Your account allows you to log in to the OneClick web server.
Uninstall any 64-bit version of JRE. Perform this procedure, then reinstall the 64-bit version of JRE.
Follow these steps:
  1. Log in to your Solaris system.
  2. Open the OneClick home page in a Web browser using the URL that your administrator provided. The URL has the following format:
    http://<hostname>:<portnumber>/
    <
    hostname
    > is the name of the OneClick web server. Use :<
    portnumber
    > only if the OneClick web server does not use the default of port 8080. If you cannot access the OneClick web server, notify your administrator.
  3. Enter your OneClick login credentials, if prompted.
    The OneClick home page opens.
  4. Download the JRE (tar.gz) from the OneClick Administration page and save the tar.gz file.
  5. Open a terminal session (bash shell or kshell) and execute the following command to extract the binaries:
    tar -zxvf file_name
  6. After extraction, execute the following commands to set the environment variables:
    export JAVA_HOME=Path_of_Extracted_Folder export PATH=$PATH:$JAVA_HOME/bin
    where “Path_of_Extracted_Folders” corresponds to the location of the binaries after you have extracted them..
  7. Install the Java plug-in on your Solaris OneClick Console system. For more information, see the Oracle website.
  8. Go back to OneClick home page to download and install the JCEUnlimited Strength Files by the steps that follow:
    1. Navigate to JRE8_HOME/lib/security location (Remarks : JRE8_HOME refer to jre8 home directory installed on the system").
    2. Rename the existing "local_Policy.jar" as "local_policy.jar.backup". In case, the file is in use, then stop application using it.
    3. Click the JCEUnlimited Strength Files hyperlink to download it, and save to location mentioned in step a.
  9. Associate the .jnlp file type with the Java Web Start application for the OneClick Console to launch:
    1. Click Start Console in Firefox.
    2. Click Open with and select javaws, in the JRE directory (<
      JRE
      >/bin/javaws).
    3. Click OK.
    The .jnlp file type is now associated with Java Web Start.